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Daimler Dart SP250 & V8 250 Saloon Road Test Portfolio

Daimler Dart SP250 & V8 250 Saloon Road Test Portfolio

BROOKLANDS
The Daimler Dart made its debut in 1959 and was then renamed the SP250 - some 2,645 were produced. Jaguar then acquired Daimler and in 1962 introduced the V-8 250 saloon sporting a Jaguar Mk 2 body and the V-8 engine from the SP250, with production ending in 1969. All models are reported on. Included are road and used car tests plus advice on acquiring a good used example. A total of 200 fully illustrated pages.

$70.00




Daimler Double Sixes 1926-30 - Cars In Profile 40

Daimler Double Sixes 1926-30 - Cars In Profile 40

BODDY WILLIAM

$15.00




Daimler Service Metal Sign

Daimler Service Metal Sign


$35.00




Daimler V8 SP250 2nd ed OUT OF PRINT

Daimler V8 SP250 2nd ed OUT OF PRINT

LONG, BRIAN
Today very much part of the classic car scene around the world, the Daimler SP250 sports car has a fascinating and eventful history. The idea of staid and traditional Daimler building an open sports car is surprising enough in itself; that the car should be fibreglass-bodied, V8-engined and have a daring futuristic appearance stretches credibility to the limit...but that's exactly what the company did produce between 1959 and 1964. A bold new...

$60.00




Jaguar Mark 1 & 2 1955-1969 - The Essential BuyerÆs Guide Incl Daimler 2.5 V8

Jaguar Mark 1 & 2 1955-1969 - The Essential BuyerÆs Guide Incl Daimler 2.5 V8

THORLEY NIGEL
For anyone with an interest in, or who is thinking of buying, one of the classic Jaguar compact saloons from the 1950s and 1960s, this Essential BuyerÆs Guide is a vital requirement. All the models are covered, from the early 2.4- and 3.4-litre saloons from the late 1950s, through to the very last 240 models, AND, just as importantly, the Daimler derivatives with the V8 engines. The models are looked at in detail, and analysed for their...

$30.00




Jaguar XJ40 1986-94 Essential Buyers Guide Incl Daimler

Jaguar XJ40 1986-94 Essential Buyers Guide Incl Daimler

CRESPIN PETER
The XJ40 had a long development history and underwent sophisticated and thorough testing on several continents. Featuring an array of high-tech features such as a digital dashboard, it drove superbly and won the UK's prestigious 'Car of the Year' award. Most early cars have gone to the crusher by now, and those that remain are be of variable quality. Even the last XJ40s are now 14 years old and can suffer terminal decline. For the careful buyer,...

$30.00




Jaguar XJ6 XJ12 And Daimler Sovereign Essential Buyers Guide All XJ and Sovereign Models 1968-1992

Jaguar XJ6 XJ12 And Daimler Sovereign Essential Buyers Guide All XJ and Sovereign Models 1968-1992

CRESPIN PETER
In 1968, the Jaguar XJ6 set new standards for luxury cars and spawned more than a dozen variants over the next 20 years, including the iconic 12 cylinder cars. This book guides you systematically though 3 different series of production, 4 engines and long or short wheelbase saloons or coupes, pointing out faults common to all versions as well as some specific to each model. Working via initial quick-check guidance and then in detail,...

$25.00




Jaguar XJ6 XJ8 & XJR 2003-09 Essential Buyers Guide - All X-350 Models Including Daimler

Jaguar XJ6 XJ8 & XJR 2003-09 Essential Buyers Guide - All X-350 Models Including Daimler

THORLEY, NIGEL
This is the essential guide to all Jaguar XJ models from 2003 to 2009. An important read for any potential owner, but also a constant reference guide to keep with you when viewing a car. It will help you identify the model that suits you, what to look for when inspecting a car, and will provide you with all the necessary procedures to ensure the car is actually what it appears to be. It will identify some of the pitfalls to avoid, help you...

$30.00




Original Jaguar Mk I Mk II The Restorers Guide To Mk I Mk II 240 340 And Daimler V8

Original Jaguar Mk I Mk II The Restorers Guide To Mk I Mk II 240 340 And Daimler V8

THORLEY N
A generation ago the sporting motorist with a family might well have looked no further than a Jaguar Mark I or Mark II. For an enthusiastic driver needing a four-seater they were hard to beat, offering beautifully proportioned styling, excellent performance, engineering quality and fine handling. They were much sought-after at the time, and after a period of neglect have become highly desirable in the classic car market today. Dramatic increases...

$90.00





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