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Extravagant Daimler Limousine From 1954 Auctioned

Posted on September 15, 2014

She was a former showgirl turned exuberant socialite who acquired a taste for the high life through a succession of marriages to wealthy businessmen.

Little wonder that a car designed by Lady Docker was a monument to extravagance, from its royal blue crocodile skin trim, hand-woven silk upholstery and a silver mascot modelled on her naked body.

Her Daimler DK400 ‘Stardust’ limousine was expected to fetch up to £160,000 when it was auctioned on Saturday.

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