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1960 Daimler Majestic WFU 641

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marchesmark
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1960 Daimler Majestic WFU 641

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https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Daimler-Maje ... 0290.m3507


Lovely looking car. Quite well known in the Club I think. I would definitely have thought about buying this if I hadn't just bought something else. More pics aval at the following link from an auction sale in 2016:

https://www.bidspotter.co.uk/en-gb/auct ... 2101065489
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Re: 1960 Daimler Majestic WFU 641

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Somebody’s got a bargain there.
I know of a 4.5 litre V8 that’s for sale and might just fit under that bonnet!
But it would be a shame to spoil the purity.
Graham Emmett
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Re: 1960 Daimler Majestic WFU 641

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Bid to £7100 on ebay but reserve not met, so it might still be for sale. Desperately old fashioned even in 1960, but undeniably elegant. I think the paint scheme suits it as well.

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Re: 1960 Daimler Majestic WFU 641

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Ah so it didn’t sell. Bit of a relief really. Our cars are so under valued in general.
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Re: 1960 Daimler Majestic WFU 641

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No, it didn’t sell but not too fussed ! I fancied trying to find a M.Major if it had sold but I’m quite happy to keep it pro tem. She was already entered to appear in the Goodwood Revival so I shan’t have to attend in a ‘modern’ after all !
Greville.

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