Produced from 1953 to 1958 by the Daimler Company Limited, the Daimler Conquest is based on the Lanchester Fourteen and replaced the Daimler Consort. The standard 1953 car used a straight-six engine developed from the inline-four engine. In 1954, the Conquest Century model engine had an alloy head with larger valves, higher compression, high lift cams, twin SU carburettors and therefore power was increased by 100bhp at 4400rpm.
The fantastic condition that this vehicle has been kept in proves this to be a fine example to be picked up by any potential new owner. The private registration is also kindly being offered with the vehicle.
Offered at No Reserve on 18th May 2019 at Chiswick House.