1907 Daimler TL 30: early photographs

1907 TL-30 Daimler

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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