Daimler’s Final Fling: 1962 Daimler SP250 Roadster

This 1962 Daimler SP250 Roadster is in Brook Park, Ohio; a southwest suburb of Cleveland. It’s listed on eBay with a bid price of just over $1,000! But, there are over six days left and this car is worth more… more»

Hemi And Fiberglass: 1962 Daimler SP250

It’s been awhile since we’ve featured one of these fiberglass bodied oddities. This Dart needs a full restoration, but does appear to be a good starting point for an ambitious Daimler fan. Jaguar actually owned the company by the… more»

1951 Daimler Consort With 52k Miles

For most folks, Daimler is not on their list of classic luxury cars, but before WW2 this is what British royalty drove and they were loaded with unique features. This model has features like a fluid clutch, self lubricating… more»

Motoring Monday: Daimler DS420 Limousine

The Daimler DS420 is actually a Jaguar design, introduced by the Browns Lane folks in 1968 and produced all the way until 1992, albeit in very small numbers. Approximately 5,000 were produced, with about 1/5 of those being in chassis… more»

Your Conquest? 1953 Daimler DJ250

What a classy car! Robert R. sent in this 1953 Daimler Conquest that’s located in Jeffersonton, Virginia and is up for auction here on eBay. The buy-it-now is set at $5,524 and lower bids are being entertained. Honestly, that… more»

Fish Face: 1962 Daimler SP250

It may be an acquired taste, but I actually the looks of the Daimler SP250. Its awkward curves and fish-mouth grill make it stand out amongst a crowd of more aesthetically pleasing machines. I would love to have one,… more»

Cobra Alternative: 1963 Daimler SP250

If we were to describe a sports car that was built on a European designed chassis and powered by a small block V8, most would instantly think of the Shelby Cobra. While it might be the most iconic of these European… more»

Rare Cars in Iowa: Noel Mast Estate Sale

If you live anywhere near Clarence, Iowa, then you need to be at this auction tomorrow morning! Clarence may be a small town with a population of just under 1,000 people, but someone there had a fine taste in… more»

Holland Windmill Find

Derelict classics are being pulled out of barns and garages every day around the world. Although we mainly focus on North America based finds, we have followers from all over the globe and occasionally we like to feature something… more»

One Angry Catfish: 1961 Daimler SP250

This 1961 Daimler SP250 supposedly sat on a repair shop rack for 10 years waiting to be restored. The owner ended up falling ill and passing away before the car could be finished. The brakes and engine are claimed… more»

Barn Dart: 1959 Daimler SP250

This 1959 Daimler SP250 was found shoved in the corner of this barn, where it had been parked for many years. The current owner pulled it free with the intent of restoring it, but life has gotten in the… more»

British Hemi: 1962 Daimler SP250

This 1962 Daimler SP250 has been parked in the seller’s garage since 1985. The seller has owned it since 1967, but parked it after ethanol ate up some of the seals. There were only 2,645 of these built, with… more»

Two Down: 1955 Daimler Conquest Roadster

The Daimler Conquest line began life in 1953 as a Saloon car. It was developed to provide affordable luxury at a time when England was moving beyond the post-WW2 period to become a major power in the automotive industry…. more»

1 of 56: 1955 Daimler Conquest Roadster

The 1950’s was a time of exploration in automotive design, with some of the most  beautiful cars designed during the era. One of the more interesting ones has to be the Daimler Conquest Roadster. The Conquest was Daimler’s attempt… more»

No Reserve Dart: 1962 Diamler SP250

About a week ago we featured a Daimler SP250 that sold for over $44k. Well we found another SP250, but this one isn’t quite as pristine or as original. However, this one hasn’t seen as many miles and its… more»

British Dart: 1963 Daimler SP 250

Update 7/6/11 – Sold at $44,450! In the 1960’s Daimler Motor Company’s sales were less than satisfactory. When Edward Turner, who had previously been a motor designer at Triumph, was put in charge of the company he set out… more»