A very smart Daimler Dart that drives extremely well with that beautiful sound from the V8 engine. This is the B specification car which has the strengthened chassis and more features as standard. The car has been maintained well and has a good history file. This is a very good usable example of this marque.
daimler stretch limosine 1970 h reg in old english white with full beige leather upholstery contrasting new blue carpets used for wedding hire glass partitioning folding dicki seats 4.2 petrol 3 speed automatic comes with champiange bucket power steering good condition for year ex ministry of defence
Type: Used Year: 2015 Make: DAIMLER Model: DOUBLE SIX Trim: 6.0i V12 Auto Body: Sedan Trans: Automatic Mileage: 58000 Engine Size: 6000 Ext Color: RED
Type: Used Year: 2016 Make: DAIMLER Model: DOUBLE SIX Trim: LWB 6.0i V12 Auto Body: Sedan Trans: Automatic Mileage: 23000 Engine Size: 6000 Ext Color: GOLD
Variant name:6.0i V12 ,Variant: 6.0i V12
Variant name:LWB 6.0i V12 ,Variant: LWB 6.0i V12
THE LAST OF THE REAL LIMOUSINE AND A UNIQUE POSSIBILITY TO CARRY 8 PERSONS Brand Daimler Type DS420 Limousine Color Red Interior Beige Year of build 1975 Price € 37.500,- 1975 DAIMLER DS420 LIMOUSINE Always hand-made, just 4141 examples have been produced With its Le Mans-winning Jaguar engine, the last car to use it The late British Queen Mother had five of these cars consecutively A unique possibility to carry 8 persons The Daimler limousine DS420, popularly known as the Daimler Limousine, is the “last of the real limousines” produced by Daimler between 1968 and 1992. Many small changes were incorporated during these 25 years. The vehicles are used extensively as official state cars in several countries, including by the British, Danish and Swedish royal houses. The DS420 began production in 1968, replacing the DR450 which had been based on the Majestic Major. Unlike its predecessor, it had no Daimler engineering, but was entirely a Jaguar product, utilising the 4.2 litre version of the Jaguar XK straight-six engine. The (English) Daimler company was founded in Coventry, England in 1893. It was named after the German inventor Gottlieb Daimler, but never had any business relations
About this Daimler Double Six XJ
About this Daimler Double Six First registered August 1977 to Barber Greene Ltd, for their chairman to be chauffeured in. Barber Greene covered 35,000 miles before selling it in late 1979 to the Bank of Boston for their president to be chauffeured in. The Bank of Boston only covered a further 8,000 miles in the eighteen years that they owned it before selling it on to Spearpoint Bland, a London insurance company who kept it for five years. Since 2002 this fabulous Daimler has only had two private owners bringing it to a total of 5. As the supplied Heritage Certificate confirms, this Daimler Double Six is presented in its original colours of almost flawless Amethyst with Black Everflex Roof and dark Olive Hides and Natural Carpets. It really is in as close to mint condition as we have ever seen. As this was the top of the range it is fitted with everything possible including the Daimler accoutrements of individual reading lamps and armrests. There is a comprehensive history file with this car containing numerous detailed invoices, the original service book and Daimler Unipart Passport and 25 old MOTs indicating that the low mileage is correct The last MOT was issued on 1st October 2
About this Daimler Double Six VANDEN PLAS
Excellent Daimler X300, 4-litre 6-cylinder engine, 70k miles, full documentation including services, original tools, MoT 23 February 2018, everything works but sunshine roof sticks.
to the vehicle overview Daimler 250 V 8 Year 1969 Colour anthracite Leather dunkelgrün PS 140 Hubraum 2548 Kilometerstand 96411 - great documendted last 30 years - much invested - central look - great condition price 29.900,- Get in contact
Daimler Super 4.0 V8 1998 PlateVery rare, Daimler V8 Super, every extra, LWB, lovely condition throughout, lots of service history, drives without fault, everything appears to work. It's priced to sell, cheapest on the internet. Modern classic! Grab a bargain.
Daimler’s flagship DE series debuted in 1946 as their largest and most expensive car on offer. The chassis was a fairly conventional design with x-bracing and independent front suspension; Hotchkiss drive rear axle, and Girling hydro-mechanical brakes. Two versions were available, the 138-inch wheelbase DE27 which was powered by the Daimler Twenty Seven inline-six cylinder engine (named such for its taxable horsepower rating), or the range-topping DE36 which featured a grand 147-inch wheelbase and was powered by a 5.4 liter inline-eight cylinder engine. The Thirty Six was essentially Britain’s last straight eight (Rolls Royce did use one in the "heads of state only" Phantom IV, but only eighteen were ever produced). It is a marvelously smooth, overhead valve unit with nine main bearings and a 150 horsepower output. Every bit of that power was needed to pull along the large and opulent bodies that were fitted to the DE36 chassis. Just 205 examples of the Thirty Six were built between 1946 and 1953, with a great many finding favor with the Royal Families of Afghanistan, the Netherlands, Saudi Arabia, Thailand as well as at home in England. At the time the DE36 was built, Daimler counted Hooper & Co. Coachbuilders among its subsidiaries. Hooper had a long tradition of supplying coaches and motor bodies for the British Royal Family and was considered to be a purveyor of the finest quality bodies available. Hooper would stop at nothing to meet their clients’ wishes. Their long association with Daimler produced some fabulous and memorable motorcars. Hooper’s signature post-war style was fabulously elegant; with long, graceful sweeping lines and exquisite detailing. To promote Daimler and Hooper, BSA Chairman Sir Bernard Docker and his wife Lady Docker (who incidentally was made director of Hooper) commissioned a series of show cars for the annual Earl’s Court Motor Show. A run of six different style “Docker Daimlers” were produced; three on the DE36 chassis, consisting of The Green Goddess of 1947, The Golden Daimler of 1951 and the Blue Clover coupe in 1952. The 1953 Silver Flash was built on a 2 ½ liter Conquest Century chassis, and the final two, Stardust and Golden Zebra, sat atop DK400 chassis. Of all the Docker Daimlers, it is the stunning Green Goddess that attracted the most attention, enough so that it spawned a very short production run – with approximately 7 made. Of those seven originals, four are known to survive, each slightly different from the next, with our featured example built in 1948. This fine example was restored some years ago in Europe, and remains in good order throughout. It is painted in a very attractive burgundy and red combination much like its sister car, and the body is pleasingly well detailed and respectably presented. The original show car earned its name thanks to the metallic jade green paintwork applied to the magnificently sweeping and curvaceous drophead body. Today, all cars are known by this nickname regardless of color. Beyond the fabulous Hooper-designed bodywork, it is the sheer scale of the Green Goddess that really captured the attention of show goers. The wheelbase is a massive 147 inches long, and the body is a full 20 feet in length and 78 inches wide at the front. As a point of reference, the original Land Rover rode on an 80 inch wheelbase. The body was loaded with interesting details and features such as a hydro-electrically operated soft top which disappeared beneath a body-color metal cover. Side windows were electrically operated and headlights were faired-in to the front wings behind Perspex covers with fluted chrome trims that mimicked that of the signature Daimler radiator shell. Rear wheel spats are affixed to sprung hinges and built-in jacks at each corner make for civilized servicing should one encounter a puncture. In spite of the aluminum construction of the body, all of those details add up and the Green Goddess weighs in at over 6,000 pounds. The tan leather interior is equally as magnificent, flamboyant and beautifully styled as the exterior. As the DE36 Green Goddess is wider at the front than the rear, seating is a unique 3+2 arrangement, with large leather chairs up front for three, and two individual seats in the rear. The rear seats are cleverly positioned so passengers have a clear view of the road ahead, and if that isn’t enough, they can be raised, theater-style, to allow rear passengers to see over those in front. The driver is treated to a fabulous view down the impossibly long bonnet and faces a gracefully curved wood dash, peppered with bespoke instruments and ivory-colored switchgear. Speed can be registered in either KM or Miles, a feature that hinted at the cross-continental ability of the big Daimler. A column mounted gear selector controls a Daimler pre-select Fluid-Flywheel transmission for seamless, smooth shifting. Ineffable elegance and breathtaking presence define the Daimler DE36 Green Goddess. Sir Bernard Docker was certainly no wallflower; he very much enjoyed using his very special motorcar, and it must have made quite an impact on the narrow British B-roads! With just four known survivors, the Hooper Green Goddess is undeniably an extremely collectible and very important automobile. For many, it marks the high point for both Daimler and the Hooper & Co. Coachbuilders, an impossibly grand statement in the waning days of the custom coachbuilding era.
Lowered price from €19.950 -> €17.500 The Daimler 2.5-V8 (or 2½ litre V8 ) was launched late in 1962, and was essentially a rebadged Jaguar Mk2, but fitted with Daimler's 2.5 litres V8 engine; aside from the engine, fluted (furrowed brow) grille and rear number plate surround, badges, drive-train and some interior details (such as a split-bench front seat and a black enamel steering wheel) the Daimler 2.5- was otherwise indistinguishable from the Jaguar Mark 2. The 2.5-V8 was the first Jaguar designed car to have the Daimler badge. The Daimler V8 engine was more compact and therefore lighter than the six cylinder engine used in the Jaguar Mark 2, and weighed approximately 50 kg ("1 cwt") less. Spring and damper settings were revised accordingly to suit the altered weight distribution. At the end of 1965, the final drive ratio had been changed from 4.55:1 to 4.27:1, addressing complaints that the car as launched in 1963 had needed to exceed its recommended rev limit in order to reach its top speed, with a corresponding penalty in fuel consumption and engine noise and wear. The testers found the car refined and well equipped with efficient, if rather heavy, brakes. The engine and tra
Daimler SP 250 cabriolet 1960 LHD rare collectorsitem Very rare Daimler LHD SP 250, delivered in 1960 in a beautiful red paint and chrome wire wheels. The beautiful bucket seats and the dashboard have black leather and aluminium console with several clocks and switches. The Daimler has a great sound thanks to the 2499CC, V8 engine. Great to drive. This unique LHD Daimler drives perfect and is a real collectorsitem. Car has Holland title and Holland mot/tuv. Easy to register in every EU country. You do not need to pay any importtaxes. We can help with transport.
This car was delivered new in 1984 in the name of Ordnance Services Berlin, the British military equipment services based in Berlin. Assigned to the Royal Corps of Transport , this car was used by various notables including: Duke of Edimburgh, his Serene Highness Prince of Wales, Margaret Thatcher... The car was then sold to someone in Berlin and some years later to a gentleman living in Lituania. The car is accident free, and its odometer shows 28,250 Kms from new. It is in excellent original condition. Lituanian papers.
Air Conditioning, Climate Control, Full Leather, Central Locking, Adjustable Steering Column, Power Steering, Trip Computer, ABS, Twin Air Bags, Electric Mirrors, Electric Windows, Sunroof, CD Player, Stereo, 16'' Alloys Fresh Import From JapanImmaculate, No RustOnly 58,000 Miles
Variant name:5.3 ,Variant: Series III V12 5.3 Auto Very Good Condition 100% Original Full Leather Climate Control Only 47,000 Miles Just 290 a Year R/Tax J-Reg Metallic Dorchester Grey, contrasting Full Doeskin Leather Interior, Air Conditioning, Climate Control, Cruise Control, Electric Windows/Mirrors, Power Steering, Central Locking, Pioneer Stereo CD and AUX/USB Input, Centre Armrest, Lumbar Support, Headlamp Washers, 15in Jaguar Alloys, Only 47,000 Miles, Just £290 a Year Road Tax. Modern Day Appreciating Classic that can be used every day, recent reports show that Classic Cars are one of the leading investment classes, For total peace of mind and confidence, the vehicle is supplied with a RAC 82 Point Inspection, Fully Serviced, 1 Year’s MOT, 1 Year RAC Parts and Labour Warranty,1 Years RAC Roadside Assistance. Do not miss this chance to buy a rare car at a very reasonable price. McCarthy Cars Are RAC Approved and Highly Recommended By Them, Have Complete Peace Of Mind With The McCarthy Cars and RAC Buysure Programme. All Our Vehicles Are HPI Checked and Every Vehicle is Subject To a Rigorous RAC Approved 82 Point Inspection. Our Vehicles Come With 1 Years MOT, Full Service, RAC Warranty and RAC Roadside Assistance. McCarthy Cars Is a Multi Award Winning Car Dealership and Most Loved Business in Croydon, Find Us On Facebook, You Tube and Twitter @mccarthycarsuk. McCarthy Cars, A Family Run Business Established Over 40 Years Ago, Open 7 Days a Week. CR0 3RG, 02086888086 / 07966248547 www.mccarthycars.co.uk email@example.com
Air Conditioning, Climate Control, Full Leather, Powered Folding Mirrors, Central Locking, Remote Central Locking, Electric Seats, Rear Armrest, Adjustable Steering Column, Power Steering, Trip Computer, ABS, Twin Air Bags, Electric Mirrors, Electric Windows, CD Player, Stereo, 16'' Alloys Immaculate Fresh Import From JapanOnly 23,000 Miles From NewOriginal, No RustLong Wheel Base Model