1952 DAIMLER DB18 DHC
Sale price: £34,950.00 make an offer
Last update: 18.07.2013
Price trends for this listing: £34,950.00
Technical specifications, photos and description:
The Daimler DB18 started out in 1939 as a six cylinder chassis on which Daimler. and various other British coach builders. offered a range of bodies including drophead coupés. The car used a 2. 22cc in-line six cylinder engine fed by a single SU carburettor. Throughout its life. 70bhp was claimed; although later. a change in the gearing to coincide with the introduction of the Consort in 1950. marked an increase in maximum speed from 76mph to 82mph which. by the standards of the time. was brisker than it looked. The car was supplied with the Daimler Fluid Flywheel coupled to a four-speed Wilson pre-selector gearbox. The independent front suspension used coil springs while the back axle was suspended using a traditional semi-elliptical set-up.
This Barker-bodied Daimler DB18 was first registered on 26th March 1952 and was the subject of a restoration approximately 12 years ago. although the car has been used very little since. The two-tone paintwork with tan leather trim is in good order; clearly the restoration was carried out to a high standard and a number of invoices and photographic evidence of the comprehensive engine rebuild are available. This Daimler would grace any collection;
BIDDING IS TO BUY. ALL ZERO RATERS PLEASE CONTACT BEFORE BIDDING OTHERWISE YOUR BID WILL BE CANCELLED!. should you require any more information about the car please contact us on 0208 871 1357 or e-mail. A 10% Deposit will be required within 3 days of auction ending NO FRAUDSTERS!!!!!
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