Hooper and Co. was a British coachbuilder of horse-drawn, then motor-powered carriages from 1805 to 1959. The company was founded as Adams and Hooper and supplied King William IV, Queen Victoria and King Edward VII. Hooper was specialized in high-end designs and luxurious bodies, usually amongst the most expensive designs. Sportiness wasn’t a focus, but rather elegance and safety. Hooper and Co. turned to aircraft manufacture during World War I and then returned to coach building. Great success followed and the company even built a second factory during the Great Depression. At the peak of their activity in 1936, 400 bodies were made. Hooper acquired Barker in 1938 and was acquired by Daimler in 1940, becoming part of the BSA group. Daimler’s production fell and Rolls Royce and Bentley were the main suppliers of rolling chassis. In 1970, Hooper became a Rolls-Royce distributor.
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