An incredibly low mileage (genuine 17,327) Lanchester LD 10 has recently come into my possession.
In my comparatively short experience of the model, I certainly can confirm everything your contributor Mr. R. W. Ramage says about it. Like the rest of the Lanchester/ Daimler family, it is beautifully built with a finish that, regrettably, disappeared from cars of equivalent new price (just under a thousand pounds) years ago. The air of quality combined with comfort and a feeling of solid safety makes the Lanchester LD 10 a pleasure to drive. I wonder how many more there are in existence with a genuine mileage as low as LEL 590?
Henfield, Sussex D. J. Millichamp
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