AMAZING EIGHT YEAR RESTORATION RIGHT HAND DRIVE – VERY RARE MODEL 1964 DAIMLER 2.5 V-8 SALOON 46K ORIGINAL MILES Just arrived, an very rare example of a Daimler Saloon. An eight year restoration was just completed and scored 99.2 out of 100 and a sanctioned Jaguar event within the last month. Right hand drive and all the proper sources were used to restore this car to original specs. Only about 100 miles since completed. Now it is ready for it next owner. In 1960, BSA sold Daimler to Jaguar Cars, which continued Daimler’s line and added a Daimler variant of its Mark II sports saloon. Jaguar was then merged into the British Motor Corporation in 1966 and British Leyland in 1968. Under these companies, Daimler became an upscale trim level for Jaguar cars. It was widely considered to be the luxurious version of the Mark II. It features the same body metal and different fluted chrome trim on the front and rear. It is much rarer that the more typical Mark II.
See listing: 1964 Jaguar Daimler 2.5 V 8 Saloon (from May 2, 2016)