In 1898, the Prince of Wales, later Edward VII, was given a ride in a Coventry-built Daimler. Every British monarch since has used Daimlers, which have been used to carry the Royal Warrant for many years. The last of these royal Daimlers were DS420 limousines, based on the architecture of the Jaguar 420, and have hand-built bodywork by Vanden Plas, of London. This was the Queen Mother’s favored car of state, and one example went down in history by leading the funeral procession of Princess Diana.
The Daimler limousine DS420, popularly known as the Daimler Limousine, is the “last of the real limousines” produced by Daimler between 1968 and 1992. Many small changes were incorporated during these 25 years. The vehicles are used extensively as official state cars in several countries, including by the British, Danish and Swedish royal houses.
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Body: 4 Doors Limousine with power-operated partition
Exterior: Dark Blue
Interior: Red Leather
Driver's Sider: RHD
Indicated Mileage: 3761 Miles
Location: Hong Kong
History: Custom made MK IV produced in1990. Delivered to Hong Kong in 2014, tax paid and registered in 2015.
1 of 4141 custom handmade cars
Le Mans- winning Jaguar Engine and the last car to use it
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