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 with plenty of performance, and it is even better teamed with the smooth-shifting auto ‘box.
It may not be very sporting in the bends but the Daimler is all about relaxed cruising and it does have a truly superb ride.
The Series III is more than capable of playing the role of long distance tourer and if it’s comfort you’re after, it fully deserves a place on any buyer’s list.
ABOUT THIS CAR
Beautiful condition – rust free body / good paintwork / elegant leather interior / lovely veneer
Maintenance records available
This car is an owner import, who purchased new in the UK. It was first registered in New Zealand by original owner back in 1986. Had six owners since.
Drives beautifully – comfortable – luxurious and elegance. Very classy car.
Twin petrol tanks
The Series III combines beauty of design, advanced technology and a level of craftsmanship to which most other car manufacturers can only wistfully aspire. A most elegant classic car with a level of luxury and fine craftsmanship that is rare to find in any car, at any price.
TRANSPORT / SHIPPING CAN BE ORGANISED ON THIS VEHICLE ON BUYER'S BEHALF AT BUYERS COST.
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