DAIMLER, LANCHESTER and BSA VEHICLES
BSA (Birmingham Small Arms Company produced a bewildering range of vehicles under the three names of BSA, Daimler and Lanchester up to 1939, when WW Two commenced. In the years following the peace in 1945, many motor vehicle manufacturers, includig BSA/Daimler rationalised their production.

The following pages show production vehicles that are grouped into pre 1939 era (where a multitude of different engine sizes and body designs were the norm, and the post 1945 era where disctinct model runs prevailed in most cases.
Daimler DB-18 and Consort
Daimler Fifteen
Daimler DE-27 and DE-36
Daimler Special Sports
Daimler vehicles 1896 to 1939
Daimler Conquest and Conquest Century
Sleeve-Valve Daimlers
Daimler Regency and One-O-Four
Daimler Empress
Lanchester vehicles 1895 to 1939
Lanchester LD-10
Daimler Majestic and Majestic Major
Lanchester LJ-200 ('Leda')
Daimler SP-250 ('Dart')
BSA vehicles
Daimler V8 Saloon
Daimler XJ and onwards Daimler Military vehicles