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Daimler was the preferred car of the British monarchy from the time King Edward Vii first rode in one in 1896 through the mid-1950s. This marvelouse 1910 Daimler with custom coachwork by Hooper, became part of the Royal fleet in 1910 and was appreciated for its comfortably large size, high quality and dignified appearance. The 17-feet long and 7.5-feet high car is powered by a smooth and quiet 9.4-liter, 6-cylinder Knight sleeve valve, 57-horsepower engine. The car was used by His Majesty King George V.