Desperately Seeking Driver: 1965 Daimler Majestic Major

Ladies and gents, hold onto your hats for the majestic unveiling of a rare Daimler Majestic Major! This right-hand drive beauty, hailing from Switzerland, now graces the shores of the US with its presence. With a Turner-designed 4.5L V8 ‘Hemi’ engine and an elegant beige and black exterior paired with red leather upholstery, this gem is a head-turner. Restored mechanically to perfection, passing the rigorous Swiss DMV inspection, this Daimler offers a flawless driving experience. Despite a few imperfections, it exudes British sophistication with woodgrain trim, a banjo-style steering wheel, and Smiths instrumentation. Don’t miss your chance to own this powerhouse of luxury and history—a true British classic! Find this 1965 Daimler Majestic Major bidding for $2,100 reserve-not-met with 4 days to go located in Naples, FL via ebay. Tip from ME.

From the seller:

1965 Daimler Majestic Major (Right Hand Drive) 4 Door Sedan for
Sale in Naples, FL 34104

Restored Dec 2021, All Original Numbers Matching

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Owners Description

This 1965 Daimler Majestic Major is a right-hand drive saloon that
spent time in Switzerland before being imported to the US. The power is from a
Turner designed 4.5L V8 ‘Hemi’ paired with a two-speed automatic gearbox, and
the car is finished in beige and black over red leather upholstery. Features
include woodgrain trim, Lucas front driving lamps, fender-mounted side mirrors,
a push-button AM radio, rear seat tray tables, and painted steel wheels. This
Daimler is being offered with a clean Florida title, listing it as a 1966 model

The car has been restored mechanically and has passed DMV
inspection in Switzerland just before being imported to the USA in 2022. Most
mechanical parts have been replaced or restored to pass the Swiss DMV
inspection (most severe in the world). The sun visors are missing, and other
imperfections include cracked wood trim, worn carpets and upholstery, and
stains on the headliner.

A banjo-style steering wheel sits ahead of Smiths instrumentation
that includes a 6k-rpm tachometer, an analog clock, auxiliary displays, and a
speedometer with a 240-km/h overlay. The odometer is inoperable and shows
approximately 18k kilometers (~11k miles). Total mileage is unknown.

These cars are extremely rare. It took me 6 months to register the
car in the US, because it was not in the DMV system. Most likely the only one
in the country.

Car runs and shifts perfectly, lots of power, starting and driving
videos on request. No Oil leaks, no vibrations – great car for the money!

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