Classic Daimler

  • SWVA APRIL SALE REVIEW

    SWVA APRIL SALE REVIEW

    Matt Bell on 9th May 2019

    If there was any concern about the current state of the market, then it doesn’t seem to have spread to the South Coast. SWVA’s latest sale was once again a resounding success, as the Poole-based auctioneer put a full catalogue of 80 cars under the hammer.

  • H&H APRIL SALE REVIEW

    H&H APRIL SALE REVIEW

    Matt Bell on 24th April 2019

    A fine spring day in the Peak District saw a big catalogue of nearly 100 lots swiftly despatched by H&H in front of a busy audience with plenty of the lots unsold under the hammer quickly and efficiently converted to sales while the action was still in full swing.

  • MARKET TRENDS – LESSER-SPOTTED V8S

    MARKET TRENDS – LESSER-SPOTTED V8S

    Matt Bell on 17th December 2018

    In this week’s Market Trends we look at three lesser-spotted V8s; the Rover P5B, Daimler 250-V8 and Jensen CV8...

  • BRIGHTWELLS NOVEMBER REVIEW

    BRIGHTWELLS NOVEMBER REVIEW

    Matt Bell on 13th December 2018

    Brightwells’ latest classic and vintage sale took place at its Leominster base on November 28, with everything from affordable sub-£2500 bargains to a £50,000-plus Ferrari 355 amongst the 140 lots. And with an age spectrum ranging from a c1900 horseless carriage to a 2008 BMW, there was something to suit all preferences.

  • FORGOTTEN HERO: DAIMLER SP250

    FORGOTTEN HERO: DAIMLER SP250

    Matt Bell on 23rd November 2018

    The last car to be developed by an independent Daimler company, the adventurous Dart ended its life with the name SP250 under Jaguar ownership.

  • DAIMLER DUG UP IN GARDEN

    DAIMLER DUG UP IN GARDEN

    Glenn Rowswell on 17th April 2018

    The remains of what’s thought to be a Daimler DB18 have come to light under a rockery in Guernsey...