1960 Daimler SP250

1960 Daimler SP250

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Country of Origin
Great Britain
Chassis Number
# 100185

The Daimler SP250 is a sports car produced from 1959 through 1964, by the Daimler Company, a British car manufacturer. Jaguar Cars bought its parent company, the Birmingham Small Arms Company in 1960. They produced only 2,648 SP250s during its six-year production run.


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The 1959-1964 Daimler SP250 sports car could be likened to a dog walking on its hind legs — it was not done well, but most people were very surprised to have seen it done at all.


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