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Daimler V8
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  • DAIMLER V8 4 LTR. LONG WHEEL BASE 2001.

    £12,995 £12,995

    (X-308) LONG WHEEL BASE 2001. Anthracite with Ivory hide interior piped in Oatmeal. 'Crown' alloy wheels. One Company ownership and one employee from new. 40,000 miles only from new. Full service history. Air conditioning, electric sunshine roof and other usual refinements of this 'Top-of-the Range' Daimler. Reserved

    • Year: 2001
    • Mileage: 40000 mi
    For sale
    £12,995 £12,995
    Hurst Park
    01372 468487 View contact number
  • Daimler 250 V8 Saloon 1967

    €19,950(£0) €19,950(£0)

    Daimler 250 V8 1967 Midnight Blue wire wheels This is a 1967 Daimler 250 V8. The car is optically in good condition with some traces of use. Technically the car is in very well maintained condition. The car has the chic colour Midnight Blue in combination with a blue leather interior and chrome wire wheels. The car has the original Daimler V8 engine and together with the automatic gearbox the car drives great. Car has German title and mot/tuv. Easy to register in every EU country. You do not need to pay any import taxes. We can help with transport.

    • Year: 1967
    For sale
    €19,950(£0) €19,950(£0)
  • Daimler 2500 V8 Saloon '66

    €17,500(£0) €17,500(£0)

    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

    • Year: 1966
    • Mileage: 79497 mi
    For sale
    €17,500(£0) €17,500(£0)