An extremely rare Series 1 Daimler Sovereign 4.2 in superb original condition.
Price: €27,895 Year: 1971 Kilometer: 64,531
HISTORY FILE - Series 1 Jaguar XJ are rare enough these days, so to find a series 1 Daimler Sovereign in this condition, is an even rarer find. Our LHD Sable Brown example was built in February 1971 before being shipped to the German sector of Switzerland. The interesting history file shows several Swiss Franc invoices from the late 1990's before the car is imported to Holland in August 1999. In 2008 the car is documented with a comprehensive Dutch valuation Inspection Report showing a mere 59,000 km’s. Our original condition example is finally imported to Germany in late 2009 where it is purchased by an astute private collector of some repute. His exacting standards have given us no reason to doubt that the now actual 64,500 km’s are correct and commensurate with the remarkable condition of the car. A true find and one for the Daimler (1U-50251 BW) aficionados.
EXTERIOR - Finished in Sable Brown, the mostly original paint is astonishing. Hailing from Switzerland, it's quite possibly why the car is free of rust and displays a beautiful patina. A small blemish on the boot is hard to spot but does not detract from the overall impression. Not perfect by any stretch of the imagination but, the car is in remarkable overall original condition and we welcome any inspection. Gleaming chrome elements throughout combined with all original ‘SICURSIV’ glass all point to a wonderful original example.
INTERIOR - The Beige leather interior, synonymous with early series 1 cars, is perfectly in keeping with cars original condition. The rear seats in particular are almost like new, with the fronts displaying a typical patina that is sheer joy. Daimler inner door sills confirm the cars heritage with the original wood also in superb condition. The problematic roof lining does NOT sag. Interestingly, the car has never been fitted with a radio and displays a leather-bound blank. Switch gear are in clean condition and all add to confirm that the low kilometer reading is correct. Both fuel tanks switch over nicely. Daimler seat belt emblems to match the Daimler Bakelite steering wheel remind us of a time gone by!
ENGINE & TRANSMISSION - Under the bonnet, our matching numbers Sovereign (number 7L 28155-H) is housed in a clean and tidy engine bay. The renowned 4235cc robust unit pulls beautifully and is responsive both in terms of gear change and performance in the manner it should be.
WHEELS, TYRES & BRAKES – Stunning original chrome pressed wheels are covered in Good-Year Eagle P205/70 R15 tyres with plenty of tread. The spare tyre is new. On testing the brakes pulled up well and straight.
British luxury at its very best, and you only need to spend a few minutes in the wood and leather-lined haven to feel completely relaxed.
Few cars of this age can deliver such style and comfort, and things get even better on the move, where you’ll be treated to a smooth and wonderfully quiet power-plant .....
This classic Daimler is presented in stunning Light Biscuit, with a Red leather interior, and complimenting Walnut dash.
MOT & Tax exempt. (Current MOT is until Aug 2018)
3 Former owners
Comprehensive stamped history, which supports the cars low mileage.
This car drives well and the gear .....
1966 Daimler Sovereign/420 Automatic Left Hand Drive .
We have inspected many Jaguar saloon bodies over the years and this is without doubt the most rust free car we have ever come across. It is a straight and solid car that has been used but well looked after in a dry environment. Our understanding .....
I have had this car for 3yrs spent £2500 on brakes and new master cylinder etc solid all round car mot till august blue trim radio conversion starts first time runs great I need space for a new project
SOLD, SIMILAR REQUIRED ! Claret Red with Cream leather, Original UK RHD example, Nut & bolt photographic restoration by world renowned Jaguar restorers Vicarage costing in excess of £90,000, Ordered by Jaguar enthusiast to his bespoke specification and completed in 2016, Complete with detailed history .....
Just 2 keepers and 61k miles from new
4.2 litre LWB with automatic transmission
Finished in regency red coachwork with contrasting cinnamon leather trim
Remote control drivers mirror
Manual choke conversion
Original drivers wallet with Service History book and drivers handbook .....
With an ultra rare factory steel sunroof in good working condition, just 53,700 miles, in excellent order inside and out, and drives very well, finished in silver with a black vynil roof and a superb navy blue leather interior, navy blue carpets, all in all a very genuine looking pretty car.
I have .....
Daimler sovereign 420 1967 automatic 22k on the clock best colour scheme signal red paint cream leather red piping full webesto sliding roof drives lovely very presentable as his but could do with a little TLC last owner 27yrs moted taxed on the button over 25k bills for work done over the years done .....
Thank you for looking at this 1968 Daimler Sovereign automatic which is 50 years old today!
It was the model prior to the XJ6 / Sovereign and is very similar to the Jaguar 420 but rarer and apparently more luxerious.
This example was registered in 1968 and was originally registered as EE99 and later .....
A rare opportunity to purchase a low owner Daimler Sovereign 4.2 SWB not a lot of these cars were built and I would imagine very few survive today this car is also fitted with factory air conditioning. Having owned this car for 8 years and it has given great pleasure every time iv'e driven it and as .....