’76 Daimler Coupe – True Definition of Sovereign

What? – A 1976 Daimler Sovereign 4.2 Litre. Not just any Sovereign either, but the limited run two-door coupé variant. Finished in gorgeous primrose yellow with a black Everflex roof, this example is the definition of 70’s luxury British motoring.

Why? – Further to being the true definition of contemporary luxury British motoring, this Daimler is also the true definition of rare. With a lifespan of only three years, the coupé became a sought after collectors’ item.

The true definition of mint condition in fact, following a complete restoration by Myles Classics. The cost was not quoted by the seller, however they assure us that the rebuild grossly outweighs the asking price.

To tempt you even more, this Sovereign comes with perfect condition Kent alloys with brand new tyres, and even a bonus second set of tyres to save for the winter – probably ideal if you plan to purchase this as a usable classic.

The buyer can be reassured too that the ride will be typically smooth and comfortable, as should be expected from Jaguars and Daimlers of the time.

Where?  – Based at Vintage and Prestige Fine Motor Cars, based in Grays, Essex.

Odometer reading? – A remarkable 28,000 miles. The true definition of low mileage.

The Bad Bits? – Thanks to the reassurance of a 100 point inspection, there should be little to quibble about. Unless you don’t like the colour.

How Much? –£39,500

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by Mike Armstrong

 


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