1964 Daimler SP 250. Spec C $23,500.00
if it"s good enough for Jay Leno's garage it's good enough for yours!
I have all of the parts
2.5L Hemi V-8, 150HP 150 CI.
Comes with a very rare hardtop AND a convertible top
Includes FSM, owners manual and parts book
Engine rebuilt by Mr. Jags in Seattle, brake calipers, master cyl, clutch master and slave rebuilt by brakes Inc. in NY, transmission rebuilt professionally.
Frame has been boxed and sandblasted and painted (20 years ago) been stored inside
Many spare parts. Including transmission and a set of knock-off spoke wheels.
Needs Brake lines, tires, interior finish, bodywork and engine buttoned up everything else included
I bought this car 25 years ago and drove it some, then decided to do a nut and bolt restoration.
From the historian
This is a great find and makes the 1665th Unknown known (that is we knew the car was made but have lost track until your reply)
Anyway here are the historical details of Chassis no: 101184; engine no: 97058; body no: 737 – 1924. It was ordered on the 26 April 1962 through Daimler Cars Inc Baltimore for onward sale by British Motor Cars in San Francisco. Its reference no: 10/927/416. It was painted Ivory (an off white colour) with red leather interior with the seats and door car pockets pipes in Ivory. It was fitted up as follows:- heater & de-mister; leather covered steering wheel fitted to an adjustable steering column; chrome plated exhaust pipe finishers (no doubt long gone by now – LCJ) cigarette lighter; hard, soft tops and a tonneau cover; front & rear full width bumpers; painted wire wheels and with seat belt points, the seat belts being fitted in the USA. It was made ready for shipping on the 7 July 1962.
Does the car have a license plate/Back plate ? or from any old paperwork do you know of any?
As an side chassis no: 101183 also sold through British Motors in San F was identical and shipped out at the same time, as to went their arrived in the USA I do not know, perhaps towards end of July early Augsut of 1962
I do thank you for your response , it helps to ascertain as how many SP have survived out of the total of 2654 chassis built, we get closer to our target of 2000.
With kind regards
Laurence (Jones) SP250 Historian & Archivist .
Birkenshaw, Little Baddow, Essex UK