Conquest Century & Roadster 1953 to 1957

Conquest Century & Roadster 1953 to 1957

<p><span style="font-size: large;"><strong>Daimler&nbsp;Conquest Century &amp; Roadster 1953 to 1957</strong></span></p> <p>The Conquest was a Daimler version of a Lanchester, with more power, performance and luxury, which made it a perfectly acceptable prestige saloon. Not exciting though. The Century drophead had a bit more power, and the Roadster put that extra power into a more rakish body. Neither were quite pretty enough to compete with Jaguar's XKs though; however, they look better, and more charming, in life rather than in photos - and the sideways rear-seat is interesting!</p> <p>Conquest Saloons and Century DHC were fitted with 650-15 or 670-15 crossply tyres. A 185R15 could be fitted if a radial upgrade is required.</p> <p>Conquest Roadsters had 600-15 or 640-15 crossply tyres.&nbsp;A 185R15 could be fitted if a radial upgrade is required.</p>
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