THIS UNIQUE AND MOST CHARMING DAIMLER DS 420 HAS A VERY INTERESTING HISTORY.
First commissioned in 1984 by the British Government as Chris Patton’s (the last Governor-General to Hong Kong ) chauffeur-driven official car. It features many factory options including a cocktail cabinet, privacy electric screen, rear reading lamps, electric windows, passenger to driver intercom, air-conditioning, Royal flagstaff, and the very expensive woolen floor covering. It has also been fitted with reversing camera, dash cam and brand new whitewall tyres. Being the last of the series it features T-bar auto and the more luxurious front leather seats.
It was decommissioned at the end of 1988 and imported by its second owner (it has only had the two owners) who had the colour scheme changed from Raven Black to Sterling Silver over Royal Grey to match his Silver Cloud Rolls-Royce and looks absolutely stunning in this combination.
Showing only 44K (speedo in km) which is believed to be correct. These Daimlers are still is service by the Royal family.