Daimler Service Repair And Maintenance Independent Specialist

Sam Smyth Imported Car Service Inc, Classic Car Service/Repair Restoration 513-793-0434
The Daimler Company Limited, until 1910 The Daimler Motor Company Limited, was an independent British motor vehicle manufacturer founded in London by H J Lawson in 1896, which set up its manufacturing base in Coventry. The right to the use of the name Daimler had been purchased simultaneously from Gottlieb Daimler and Daimler Motoren Gesellschaft of Cannstatt, Germany. As of 2013, the brand appears to be dormant.
Historic, Antique, Vintage, Classic, Contemporary Motorcars Cincinnati +1 -513-793-0434
1896 First Daimler Vehicle
1908 switch to sleeve-valve engines
Daimler Twenty
Daimler Twenty-Two
Daimler Twenty-Four
1926–1937 Daimler Double-Six 30 (3.75-litres), 30/40 (5.25-litres), 50 later named 40/50 (6.5-litres)
1930–1934 Daimler Twenty-Five 20-30/25 3.6-litre six-cylinder sleeve-valve
1931–1933 Daimler Twenty LQ20 Q16-20 2.6-litre six-cylinder sleeve-valve
1932 switch to poppet valves for new engines
1932–1937 Daimler Fifteen 1.8, 2.0 and 2.2-litres, first return to poppet-valve engines. popularly priced
1933–1936 Daimler Twenty L20 2.7-litre six-cylinder ohv
1934–1940 Daimler Straight-Eight V26 26 hp 32 hp
1936–1939 Daimler Light Twenty 2.6-litre six-cylinder ohv
1936–1940 Daimler Light Straight-Eight E 3½ and E 4 all-alloy 3421cc and 3960cc
1937–1939 Daimler Twenty-Four E24 six-cylinder ES24 saloon and EL24 limousine
1937–1940 Daimler New Fifteen DB17 2¼ and 2½-litre
1938–1945 Daimler Scout (4wd 2½-litre) known to the Army as Dingo, made at J C Bamford Uttoxeter.
1940– ? Daimler Armoured Car all-wheel-drive
1946–1952 Daimler Twenty-Seven DE27 (6 cyl.)[54] (prod: 255)[55]
1946–1953 Daimler Straight-Eight DE 36[54] (prod: 205)[55]
1946–1949 Daimler Eighteen DB18 2½-litre. (prod: 3355)[55] New Fifteen with a Scout engine
1948–1953 Daimler Eighteen DB18 2½-litre, Sports Special Barker drophead coupé, Hooper Empress – owner-driver and limousine (prod: 608)[55]
1949–1953 Daimler Consort DB18 2½-litre, (prod: 4250)[55]
1952–1957 Daimler Regency DF300 3-litre, 3½-litre, or 4½-litre saloon, Sportsman saloon, Barker Special Sports Coupé, Hooper Empress – owner-driver and limousine. One-O-Four DF310 (prod: 560)[55]
1952–1971 Ferret Scout Car
1953–1956 Daimler Conquest DJ250 and Daimler Conquest Century DJ256 2½-litre, Barker Conquest Century coupé (prod: 9620)[55]
1955–1957 Daimler Conquest Century Roadster DJ254 and DJ255 (prod: 119)[55]
1954–1960 Daimler Regina DF400 and DK400 4½-litre, (prod: 132)[55] last Daimler car with preselector transmission, owner-driver and limousine
1958–1962 Daimler Majestic DF316 3.8-litre, (prod: 1490)[55] a One-O-Four DF310 with different shape, BW automatic transmission, 4-wheel disc brakes. Owner-driver and limousine
1959 Daimler SP250 V8 (Dart, A-spec.) open 2-seater put into production as a drophead or convertible
1959–1964 Daimler SP250 V8 (B and C spec.) (prod: 2645, A B & C)[55]
1959–1968 Daimler Majestic Major DQ450 V8 (prod: 1180)[55]
1961–1967 Daimler limousine DR450 V8 (prod: 864)[55] a nimble high-speed top-executive transport and the last true Daimler
1962–1969 Daimler 2.5 V8 and V8-250 used a Jaguar Mark 2 hull (prod: 17620)[55]
1966–1969 Daimler Sovereign XJ16 with better finishes and Daimler grille and badges on a Jaguar 420
1968–1992 Daimler DS420 Limousine, successor to the DR450, a lengthened Jaguar Mark X hull with a completely new body
1969–1983 Daimler Sovereign with better finishes and Daimler grille and badges on a Jaguar XJ6
1972–1992 Daimler Double-Six with better finishes and Daimler grille and badges on a Jaguar XJ12 series I II and III
1986–1992 Daimler XJ40 new car and new engine as prescribed by British Leyland, the 1986 XJ40 Jaguar body could not accept Jaguar’s V12 engine
1992–1994 Daimler Majestic XJ340 wheelbase extended 5 inches (130 mm); 3.2- and 4-litre engines
1992–1994 Daimler Majestic Double-Six XJ381 6-litre engine. Intended to take 75% of group V12 sales
1994–2002 Daimler X300 and X330 body returns to a more recognisable shape. V8 from 1997
1996 Daimler Century limited edition: 50 V12, 50 straight 6; marking 100 years of Daimler Coventry
2002–2005 Daimler Super V8 X350 V8 engine, alloy structure
2005 Daimler Super Eight
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