The photographs on this page show
the Daimler as it was when acquired by the present custodian in 1971.
Since then, little has changed. The
car has been stored in a dry shed, and a small amount of
disassembly has occurred, primarily of the transmission and under the
bonnet. All parts removed have been carefully stored together in a cabinet. A
new set of gears have been made for the transmission and a number of the
missing parts (for example a set of Daimler rear springs) have been gathered.
The car retains remnants of its
original finish, with sufficient detail to allow accurate reproduction
of the paint, pin-striping and plating. Like the George Daniels car, all
bright parts are copper plated.
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