Category:Daimler Consort

1952 Daimler DB18 Consort..jpg
1952 Daimler DB18 Consort rear.jpg

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announced September 1949 and produced alongside Daimler Eighteen 2½-litre which was dropped mid-1950

New all-steel body by Mulliners Birmingham initially for export only. Bowed radiator as on Special Sports, faired headlamps,
re-shaped: rear end (car 1½ inches longer); bumpers; hub caps; rear number plate holder,
separate front seats alignable for three abreast, no sunshine roof, curved glass in side windows and wider interior, new quarter lights and many other minor variations
minor improvements to engine, wider wheel rims, hydro-mechanical brakes in place of mechanical brakes
bevel final drive replaced the traditional Daimler worm drive to provide normal ground clearance for export
  • 1950 season 18.02 hp 6-cylinder 2522 cc; 69.6 x 110.49mm; 114 in wheelbase
  • 1951 season 18.02 hp 6-cylinder 2522 cc; 69.6 x 110.49mm; 114 in wheelbase
  • 1952 season 18.02 hp 6-cylinder 2522 cc; 69.6 x 110.49mm; 114 in wheelbase
  • 1953 season 18.02 hp 6-cylinder 2522 cc; 69.6 x 110.49mm; 114 in wheelbase
Replaced by Conquest announced May 1953