|DB 18 2½-Litre||– discontinued (1945-50 - 3365 ex.)|
|DB 18 Sports Special|
|DE 36 Straight Eight|
Daimler DB 18 Consort saloon differs from the earlier version (2½ -litre DB 18) by having a curved radiator grille, faired-in headlamps and sidelamps, and curved V-section bumpers. Mechanical improvements includeds a hypoid bevel final drive and hydro-mechanical brakes.
|DB 18||6 cyl.||2522 cc||70 bhp||wb: 9ft.6in.||– discontinued|
|DB 18 Sports Special||6 cyl.||2522 cc||85 bhp||wb: 9ft.6in.|
Hooper Empress built on the Sports Special chassis.
DB 18 Saloon by Barker
|6 cyl.||2522 cc||70 bhp||wb: 9ft.6in.|
|DE 27||6 cyl.||4095 cc||110 bhp||wb: 11ft. 6½in.|
|DE 36||8 cyl.||5460 cc||150 bhp||wb: 12ft. 3in.|
Straight Eight DE36 chassis with Sports Saloon bodywork by Freestone and Webb.
DE 36 Straight 8 limousine for the King of Thailand