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Not on Display - In Museum Workshop
This is a typical big Daimler of the early years of this century. It has a tubular radiator, but vestiges of the 1904 Daimler flutes can already be seen on its surround. It has chain drive. Like many cars of the period, even the relatively expensive Daimler had no weather protection; the passengers had to provide their own. This car takes part regularly in the annual London to Brighton Run in November.
|Manufacturer||Daimler Motor Syndicate Ltd|
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