The Daimler SP 250 is the typical car that can be loved or hated: it’s difficult to find someone for whom the look of this car is indifferent. Clearly the seller loves it so much that he owns three of them. The first one is a 1961 BRG car which has been converted into a race car but the seller says that it an be easily converted back to a street car. It has a heavy duty roll bar, fuel cell, TR-6 steering rack and pinion bolt in tube shocks, electric fan, Panasport Wheels, and accusump. The engine is currently in a shop and he asks $15,000 for this car.
The second one is a 1962 B Spec SP250 with an older restoration. Ivory exterior and a brown interior. It has 86,000 miles on the clock and comes with the soft top and the hard top that has the original heated glass in it. Dayton wire wheels with Michelin Red Line tires installed. Car is complete and runs smooth. He asks $25,000 for it.
The third one is a Gunmetal Blue one. It was imported September 1963 and said to be a very oiginal car. It had only had 2 owners, comes with all the original paperwork, extremly rare factory wooden spares box and a complete service history from 1963. Has the original spare Dunlop tire from 1963. It has both tops, it is a heavily optioned car and he’s askin asking $35,000 for it.
Find them for sale together for $65,000 here in Bartonville, TX.