1968 Daimler Sovereign 420
28,000 miles only!
Conceived in 1966 to meet the demand for a car less cumbersome than the Mk X and with more luxurious features, the 4.2 litre engined Daimler was warmly received.
The Daimler brand and the Sovereign derivative were perceived as luxurious by the public and actively marketed as such by the manufacturers. Usually with an automatic gearbox and with power steering as standard equipment, the wood and leather interior marked it out as fitting personal transport for the company director.
Written as 420, but pronounced four-twenty the abbreviated name is recognized, by those in the know, to mean Daimler and therefore “quality”.
A bi-product of quality is longevity and many survive. Few however are better preserved than the astonishingly low mileage example which we have the privelidge of offering for sale.
Complete with factory issued book-pack, as well as tool kit and finished its original livery of pacific Blue with grey hide the car presents, in every way, as one might expect withonly 28,000 miles from new. Close inspection at first hand, will confirm to the prospective buyer that this is by far the finest available.
Available for viewing in Kew.
DD Classics, 97-101 North Road
Kew, TW9 4HJ, Surrey
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