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Bentley Turbo R Empress II



 

Contents of this page
1. General information about this car
2. Photos to introduce the car; if available
3. Copies of documentation, such as specifications and details of the Hooper conversion; if available
4. Photos from the internet, Facebook and other sources; if available



VIN

SCBZR03D2LCX32776

 

Colour exterior

Dark blue, no fine lines

Model year

1990

 

Colour interior

Blue Conolly leather with blue leather inserts; Burr walnut veneer

First owner

A Japanese doctor, via European Carriage House, Tokyo

 

Registrations

-

Factory features

-

Hooper conversion

Opera rear window
Red 'B' logo
Glass solar protected fixed panel over front seats
Stainless steel wheel arch surrounds thin style, body sills, infills to front and rear bumpers and rear light, rear number plate surround, sill plate "European Carriage House & Hooper"
Bumper and whipers painted in black
Chrome alloy wheels
Front spoiler. colour keyed to body colour
Badge bar
Hooper style console fitted between front seats with rolls top to rear of console, finished in black leather
Cocktail cabinet fitted between rear seats housing, two cut glass decanters, one ice bucket and four cut glass drinking tumblers, with mirrors illuminated when lid opened
Hallmarked sterling silver ladies vanity unit, accessories by the Queens Jewellers Asprey of London
Alpine all-in-one CD & raio cassette, multi change CD in boot compartment with remote control, 2 x 3554 amplifier, cassette storage to both door panels

Further remarks

Completed in January 1991.
Received a new title in Irvine, California, in December 2008.
In September 2011 for sale in San Diego, with 12000 original miles.
In October 2011 offered on Ebay, from Escondido, California.
In July 2012 offered on Anamera.















3. Copies of documentation


Documents of the donor car














Hooper documents of the specifications






















The car being built




4. Photos from the internet, Facebook and other sources














Photographes from 2012:


























































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