Lot 178 - 1958 Daimler Conquest
|Odometer reading||74,549 miles|
|Result||Sold - £2,464|
The Conquest saloon was released to the public in 1953 as a replacement for the Daimler Consort but was shorter and lighter with better performance. The Daimler Conquest was meant to be an affordable Daimler, priced at £1066. It was a pedigree with pace, at a reasonable price and still had luxurious, well-appointed traditional woodgrain and leather interiors. Actual construction was by another BSA subsidiary, 'Carbodies'. The open two-seater Conquest Roadster first appeared at the Motor Show in 1953 with the tuned engine later known as the Century engine.
This Daimler Conquest shows only three owners during its 73-year life. Its chassis and running gear were developments of those underpinning the Lanchester 14 and power comes from a 2433cc straight six engine. Drive is through a Wilson pre-selector gearbox. Presenting in blue coachwork with a blue leather interior, this pleasant example is offered to auction without reserve.
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