1952 Daimler DB 18 Empress

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Silverstone Auctions - The Restoration Show Sale 2014

AUCTION

12th Apr 2014

AUCTION DATE

1952 Daimler DB 18 Empress

LOT DESCRIPTION

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PRICE GBP
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PRICE USD
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56738

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ODOMETER
1952 Daimler DB 18 Empress

The Daimler DB 18 was launched in 1939 with a 2.5 litre overhead-valve six-cylinder engine and was essentially a development of the earlier Daimler New Fifteen. Built on a cruciform-braced chassis with an underslung worm-drive axle and independent front suspension, it was known for beautifully light worm and roller steering and Girling mechanical brakes. Transmission was by Daimler's traditional pre-selector gearbox allied to a fluid flywheel. The standard saloon had coachwork by Mulliners of Birmingham.
First registered in 1952 there is limited early history available in the file for this particular car. However, the log book indicates just 4 owners during it's life, the current owner for the last 10 years. Described as being in 'very good order throughout' the car has had very little use during the last 5 years, although the owner has carried out a basic service and fitted a new stainless steel exhaust in time for the sale. The car is doubtless in very original condition throughout. The bodywork has been re-painted within the last decade and the car has a lovely highly original burgundy interior. An ideal basis for further light restorative work and more exploration in to the early history. Great value and an exciting project car!

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