About this Jaguar XK XKR CONVERTIBLE First registered September 2004 (54 Reg) this 2005 Model Year XKR Convertible has the benefits of: low recorded mileage at 45,000 miles, the late model body styling and a known history as we sold this car to its last keeper in March 2012 with 37,000 miles recorded. Presented in ~~~~ Black with Ivory leather and expensive 20 Inch Sepang Alloys, we feel that you can’t find a much better looking XKR Convertible than this. A well equipped car this example features: CATS Adaptive Damping, Cross drilled Brembo Brakes with Red Calipers, Heated Front Windscreen, Mirror Compass, Drivers and Front Passenger Electrically Adjustable and Heated Seats with Driver Memory, Cruise Control, CD Autochanger and Alpine Sound System. The Service History shows Main Dealer Stamps; HA Fox and Guy Salmon at 13,000 miles; 15,600 miles; 25,800 miles; 30,600 miles and 33,300 miles. We serviced this car in March 2012 at 37,000 miles and again at 38,700 miles. We will service this car prior to delivery to its next proud owner and arrange for a full 12 Months MOT. The values of low mileage X100 cars are now very much on the up especially late models which, in our opinion are v
About this Aston Martin DB9 V12 First registered September 2007 (57 Reg) this Aston Martin DB 9 Coupe is presented in immaculate Obsidian Black with Cream Truffle Leather and Black Carpets piped Cream. This superb example has Grey Brake Calipers set against the optional 19 Inch 15 Spoke Alloys, Front Parking Sensors and Garage Door Opener. Other equipment includes: Satellite Navigation, Electrically Adjustable Heated Seats with Memory, Heated Front Windscreen and Cruise Control. The Service History is to date entirely Aston Martin Main Dealer, with services recorded at: 2,958 miles; 3,724 miles; 7,364 miles; 11,531 miles; 14,519 miles; 17,543 miles; 29,114 miles and 35,353 miles. In a stunning colour combination with the benefiy of low mileage and fabulous hsitory
About this Jaguar XJ SOVEREIGN V6 TDVi First registered January 2007 (56 Reg) and presented in Ebony with Ivory Interior piped Ebony and with Burr Walnut Veneers this XJ Sovereign was previously sold by us four years ago to its last keeper who was based on the Isle of Wight; so less than 4,500 miles a year have been recorded in his ownership. The car remains in excellent overall condition. The factory specification includes: Powerfold Electrochromic Exterior Mirrors, Premium Sound System, Front and Rear Parking Aid, CATS Adaptive Damping, Headlamp Powerwash, Xenon Headlights, Rain Sensitive Wipers, Heated Front Windscreen, CD Autochanger, Satellite Navigation, Cruise Control, Driver and Front Passenger 16 Way Electrically Adjustable Heated Seats with Memory and Heated Rear Seats. Serviced at appropriate intervals four times by Lancaster Jaguar from 2007 to 26,000 miles in 2011; we serviced this car in 2012 at 33,000 miles at sale to its last keeper who has recorded two further services (bills on file) with his local specialist garage, plus other maintenance bills for tyres, brakes etc.. These cars are just superb value for money, comfortable, plenty quick enough and sublimely comfo
About this Jaguar XJ SOVEREIGN V6 TDVi First registered August 2008 (08 Reg) presented in most elegant Vapour Grey with Barley Hide piped Mocha this Sovereign specification car is in lovely overall condition. We sold this car in 2014 to its last owner. Equipped with 20 Inch Callisto Wheels giving a sporting stance and being a Sovereign this car has a massive specification including: Powerfold Electrochromic Mirrors, Front and Rear Parking Aid, CATS Adaptive Damping, Headlamp Powerwash, Rain Sensitive Wipers, Xenon Headlights, Heated Front Windscreen, Heated Front Windscreen, CD Autochanger, Satellite Navigation, Driver and Front Passenger 16 Way Adjustable Heated and Cooled Seats with Memory, Heated Rear Seats and Electric Sunblind. Serviced at Jaguar Main Dealers to 34,000 miles in 2011, and thereafter by specialist garages at: 43,000; 53,000; 56,000 (Ourselves); 66,200 and 76,000. This Aluminium bodied car with the benefit of the 2008 Model Year facelift is huge value for money and very economical to run cruises at 70 mph at just over 2,000 rpm.
About this Jaguar XK XKR Convertible First registered June 2011 (11 Reg) with just under 26,000 miles recorded in Botanical Green with Ivory Leather with Green Hood, this beautiful car has the benefit of the Performance Aero Pack, 20 Inch Nevis Alloys and Red Calipers, it is truly stunning to behold. A superb specification includes: Heated Powerfold Mirrors, Bowers and Wilkins Sound System with DAB Radio, Super Performance Brakes, Front parking Aid and Reverse Park Control, Headlamp Powerwash, Heated Front Windscreen, Heated Steering Wheel, CD Autochanger, Satellite Navigation, Cruise Control, Drivers and Front Passenger Electrically Adjustable Heated and Cooled Seats with Memory, Bluetooth and Adaptive Front Lighting. Nudging Â£100,000 when new this car is superb in every respect and we think wonderful value for money.
About this Jaguar XK CONVERTIBLE First registered May 2013 (13 Reg) with a very modest sub 26,000 miles recorded this XK 5.0 Litre Convertible is presented in superb Stratus Grey with Ivory Leather and 20 Inch Kalimnos Wheels. With some desirable factory options specified this car includes: Wheel Arch Spats, Heated Powerfold Mirrors, Rear View Camera, CD Autochanger, Heated Front Windscreen, Electrically Adjustable Drivers and Front Passenger Heated Seats with Memory, Jaguar Premium Surround Sound with DAB Radio, Front Parking Aid, Bluetooth, Satellite Navigation and Cruise Control. The Service History shows a Jaguar Main Dealer service at 12,700 miles. This car will be serviced by us prior to delivery to its next proud keeper.
About this Jaguar XJ D V6 PORTFOLIO SWB First registered September 2012 (62 Reg) this XJ V6 D Portfolio has the Sports Pack Interior. Presented in Lunar Grey with Jet Leather the Dark Revolver Alloys and Red Calipers this car off just beautifully. The specification just goes on and on, comprising: Bowers and Wilkins 1200 W Sound System with DAB Radio and Wireless Headphone, Electric Glass Sunroof, Rear View Camera, Adaptive Headlights with LED Signature, Heated Windscreen, Digital/Analogue TV Tuner, Cruise Control, Driver and Front Passenger Electrically Adjustable Heated and Cooled Performance Seats with Memory, Heated Leather Steering Whee, Heated / Cooled Rear Seats. Jaguar Main Dealer Service History. Costing over £70,000 when new with these options, outstanding value for money. Good enough for Cabinet Ministers!
About this Jaguar XK XKR COUPE First registered October 2007 (57 Reg) this two owner XKR Coupe is in lovely condition and is presented in immaculate Lunar Grey with Ivory Leather. The specification includes optional 20 Inch Senta Alloys, Front Park Aid, Keyless Entry and R Leather Steering Wheel. Factory specifiction comprises: MP3 Reader and Premium Surround Sound, R Performance Seats, Super Performance Brakes, Reverse Park Control, CATS Suspension, Headlamp Powerwash, Rain Sensitive Wipers, Heated Front Windscreen, CD Autochanger, Satellite Navigation, Cruise Control, Bluwtooth Connectivity, Powerfold Mirrors, Driver and Front Passenger Electrically Adjustable Heated Seats with Memory. The Service History shows four Jaguar Main Dealer Stamps followed by three stamps from a single specialist garage, last serviced at 53,000 miles and due a service by us before supply to its next proud owner.
About this Jaguar E-Type Series 1½ Roadster The Jaguar E-Type was manufactured by Jaguar Cars Ltd between 1961 and 1975. Its combination of beauty, high performance and competitive pricing established the model as an icon of the motoring world. At a time when most cars had drum brakes, live rear axles, and mediocre performance, the E-Type sprang on the scene with 150 mph and a sub-7 second 0-60 time, Monocoque Construction, disc brakes, rack and pinion steering, independent front and rear suspension, and unrivalled looks. The E-Type was based on Jaguar's D-Type racing car which had won the 24 Hours of Le Mans three consecutive years and, as such, it employed the racing design of a body tub attached to a tubular framework, with the engine bolted directly to the framework. On its release in March 1961 Enzo Ferrari called it "the most beautiful car ever made". Although Jaguar itself never recognised a "Series 1½" or "Series 1.5," over time, this sub-category has been recognised by the Jaguar Owners Club of Great Britain and other leading authorities. The original 4.2-litre Series 1 was made in model years 1965-1967. Series 1½ cars were made in model year 1968. Our Series 1½ example wh
About this Jaguar E-Type Series III V12 Automatic Whilst the concept of the Jaguar E Type was without doubt one of the finest pieces of automotive design ever to be put into general production, one of the problems with its continued development was the inevitable weight gain. Throughout the 1960s ever more stringent safety legislation emanated from the USA and, as this market was a major breadwinner for Jaguar, it was perhaps unavoidable that the purity of the original design would be compromised to compete within it. Emissions legislation had forced the adoption of twin Stromberg carburettors on trans-Atlantic bound cars resulting in a reduction in power to 177bhp instead of the quoted 265bhp for European examples breathing through triple SU's However, the balance was to be redressed with the introduction of the Series 3 model powered by Jaguar's new 5.3-litre, overhead camshaft V12 developing 272bhp. This resulted in a top speed in excess of 140mph with 0-100mph taking just 16 seconds, the fastest ever acceleration figures for the model. Revisions to the running gear included anti-dive geometry on the front suspension and ventilated disc brakes. Power steering was standard and fl
About this Jaguar XK COUPE First registered December 2006 (56 Reg) this XK 4.2 Litre Coupe is presented in Radiance Red with Caramel Leather and Burr Walnut Veneers. With three recorded keepers the last two being family members this car has been kept in lovely condition. This example features: Front Park Aid, Reverse Park Control, Headlamp Powerwash, Xenon Headlights, Rain Sensitive Wipers, Heated Front Windscreen, CD Autochanger, Cruise Control, Bluetooth plus Driver and Front Passenger Heated Electrically Adjustable Seats with Memory. Nine stamps are shown in the Service Book entirely with on Jaguar Main Dealer, the last at 42,000 miles in April 2016.
About this Jaguar E-Type Series III V12 Manual Back In 1971, Jaguar's jaw-dropping E-Type had been in production for a decade. Despite continual improvements, new emissions legislation in the all-important American market threatened to strangle the big cat's performance. Jaguar responded by giving its revered sports car fresh claws in the shape of a 5343cc V12 engine developed from the stillborn XJ13 Le Mans project car. The new engine was both effortlessly powerful and eerily refined. "The turbine-like smoothness with which the engine provides a sustained shove in the back is almost uncanny, the more so when one accelerates hard in top gear without even a gear change to interrupt one's headlong dash into the distance". (Autocar 5th July 1973) With some 272bhp and 304lbft of torque on tap, the Series III E-Type once again had 150mph in its sights. A revised wheelbase yielded better cabin space and together with wider tracks front and rear, new anti-dive front suspension geometry and fatter tyres gave improved road holding. Imbued with a more muscular stance thanks to its flared wheel arches, re-profiled wings and larger grille, it also benefited from vented disc brakes and a restyl
About this Jaguar XK XKR COUPE First registered May 2007 (07 Reg) with just two owners recorded from new and only 58,000 miles recorded this superb XKR Coupe is presented in unmarked Midnight Black with Ivory Leather and Burr Walnut Veneers. The specification includes: CATS Adaptive Damping, 20 Inch Senta Alloys, Headlamp Powerwash, Rain Sensitive Wipers, Adaptive Front Lighting, CD Autochanger, Satellite Navigation, Cruise Control, Powerfold Mirrors, Driver and Front Passenger Heated and Electrically Adjustable Seats with Memory and Reverse Park Control. The Service History shows five stamps at the following mileages: 14,550; 21488; 38,160; 46,280 and 51,659 miles.
About this Jaguar XK XK8 Convertible First registered November 1998 (S Reg) this XK8 Convertible was previously sold by us in March 2016 and has now been exchanged for a later but very similar model. Presented in Meteorite Silver with Warm Charcoal this car is in super condition and has the benefit of 20 Inch Selina Alloys. A very highly specified car when new this example is equipped with Premium Sound System, Heated Seats and CD Autochanger. Serviced by us at 45,000 miles and 54,000 miles in Febraury 2017. The early Service History to 2014 is with Jaguar Main Dealers.
About this Daimler Double Six First registered in May 1995 this beautiful low mileage (51,000 miles recorded and believed correct, based on MOT and Service History) was, it would seem, originally a factory owned car. It was then supplied to its first owner by HA Fox of Guildford. We have on file the factory build sheet which confirms this to be a matching numbers car in its original colours an important consideration when establishing the provenance of a car that will, in our opinion, become a significant classic of the future. These are stately effortless automobiles, with in 1995 the 6.0 litre V12 engine and costing new over £60,000 (nearly £100k in today's money). We understand just 1,200 of these cars were sold worldwide; we feel this is an opportunity that will rarely present itself again to the luxury saloon connoisseur.
About this Jaguar XK XK8 COUPE First registered June 2005 (05 Reg) this rare "S" White Badge model XK8 Coupe is finished in Satin Silver with Warm Charcoal interior and in very good overall condition. As a late model this car enjoys a very comprehensive factory specification which includes: 19 Inch Atlas Alloys, Boot Spoiler, Electrochromic Powerfold Mirrors, Reverse Park Control, Headlamp Powerwash, Xenon Headlights, Heated Front Windscreen, S Branded Steering Wheel, Aluminium J Gate, CD Autochanger, Cruise Control, Satellite Navigation, Heated Electrically Adjustable Front Seats with Driver Memory and Bluetooth Connectivity. The stamped Service History is entirely Jaguar Main Dealer.
About this Porsche Boxster 24V S First registered July 2005 (05 reg) this Tiptronic Boxster S has just 41,000 miles recorded. Equipped with Heated Seats and Cruise Control. The Service History shows five stamps at: 8,600 miles; 20,800 miles; 26,700 miles; 31,600 miles and 35,800 miles
About this Jaguar XK XK PORTFOLIO SORRY DEPOSIT TAKEN - First registered March 2011 (11 Reg) this XKR was a Stratstone Demonstrator and has just two private keepers recorded subsequently. Presented in the rare and beautiful colour scheme of Caviar, (very dark metallic red) and Ivory with Burr Walnut Veneers. Portfolio models enjoyed a massive specification, this particular car enjoys: 20 Inch Kalimnos Alloys, Front Parking Aid, Bowers and Wilkins Premium Sound System, Reverse Park Control, Front Park Aid, Headlamp Powerwash, Rain Sensitive Wipers, Xenon Headlights, Heated Front Windscreen, Keyless Entry, CD Autochanger, Cruise Control, Bluetooth Connectivity, Powerfold Mirrors, Drivers and Front Passenger Heated Cooled Electrically Adjustable Seats with Memory and Heated Steering Wheel. This machine really is in the Super Car league and represents, we think, astonishing value.
About this Jaguar XK CONVERTIBLE DEPOSIT TAKEN First registered May 2006 (06 Reg) presented in the super combination of Zircon Blue with Blue Hood and Ivory Interior this XK Convertible is in very good condition. The specification includes: 19 Inch Carelia Alloys, CATS Suspension, Front Park Aid, Keyless Entry, Heated Steering Wheel, CD Autochanger, Satellite Navigation, Headlpamp Powerwash, Xenon Headlights, Cruise Control plus Driver and Front Passenger Heated Electrically Adjustable Seats with Memory. The Service History has the benefit of being entirely Jaguar Main Dealer to 48,000 miles
About this Jaguar XK XKR CONVERTIBLE First registered July 2005 (05 Reg) this Final Edition and rare White Badge XKR Convertible is presented in superb Copper Black and Ivory Leather with Elm Veneers. The White Badge cars, as they are now tagged, enjoyed many features as standard that were previously chargeable options on this model, this superb example is equipped as follows: 20 Inch Perseus Alloys, Cross Drilled Brembo Brakes with Red Calipers, Powerfold Electrochromic Mirrors, Reverse Park Control, CATS Adaptive Damping, Headlamp Powerwash, Xenon Headlights, Heated Front Windscreen, Aluminium Pedals, CD Autochanger, Bluetooth, Cruise Control, Electrically Adjustable Drivers and Front Passenger Seats with Heating and Driver Memory. We have established that this car was first supplied as a Jaguar Management Vehicle and then sold by Stratstone Manchester who attended to its maintenance in 2006, 2007 and 2008. Subsequently it was sold by Guy Salmon in 2009, (who it appears registered the car for a cherished transfer) to the last owner who had the car serviced by them in 2010 and then by Lookers Jaguar London at 62,500 miles in 2011. We will give this car a 120 Point Jaguar Pre-Deliv
About this BMW M3 First registered September 2005 (55 Reg) this very smart BMW M3 is one of the last six cylinder E46 cars. Presented in Silver Grey with Red Imola Letaher, in our opinion a stunning combination. With a superb factory specification this rare and exciting car features: Heated Electric Seats with Memory, Satellite Navigation with TV module, Electric Sunroof, Multi-function Steering Wheel, Bluetooth, CD Player, Rear Parking Sensors, Cruise Control and On Board Computer. MOT certificates are present back to 2009 at 56,700 miles and a body of invoices back to 2008 showing £7,500 spent to date in maintaining this special car in top condition.
About this Jaguar XK XK8 COUPE Sold by us to last two owners, this 4.2 Litre XK8 Coupe was first registered March 2003 (03 Reg) and is presented in White Onyx with Cashmere Leather. In very good overall condition this car is equipped with the following factory optional upgrades: Reverse Park Control, Headlamp Powerwash, Rain Sensitive Wipers, Xenon Headlights, Heated Front Windscreen and Automatic Headlamp Levelling. The factory specification also includes; Electrochromic Mirrors, CD Autochanger, Cruise Control, Electric windows and Electrically Adjustable Seats. The Service History shows stamps from a combination of Jaguar Main Dealers and Specialist Garages, including ourselves at 10,000 miles; 19,400 miles; 37,000 miles; 47,000 miles; 59,000 miles; 73,000 miles; 91,000 miles; 94,000 miles and 96,500 miles. Approximately 4,000 miles have been recorded per year in the past six years. Values of the 4.2 Litre XK8's are now firm and in our opinion set to move forward for well maintained cars.
About this Bentley Arnage V8 This 1999 Arnage Green Label is in excellent condition and benefits from a comprehensive service history. In the same ownership for the last 10 years, it has been regularly maintained during that period by Harwoods Bentley locally in Pulborough. Every invoice is present for those 10 years showing a high level of care by the fastidious owner.
About this Jaguar XJ V8 R Acquired in May 2013 by a longstanding Arun customer who owns several of our cars this superb XJR first registered in September 2004 (54 Reg) is presented in the highly sought after combination of Metallic Jaguar Racing Green with Ivory Leather plus the very expensive option of 20 Inch Sepang Alloys. From the factory this car featured: Powerfold Electrochromic Mirrors, Premium Sould System, Front and Rear Parking Aid, CATS Adaptive Damping, Headlamp Powerwash, Xenon Headlights, Heated Front Windscreen, CD Autochanger, Rear Sunblind, Bluetooth Connectivity, Satellite Navigation, plus Driver and Front Passenger Electrically Adjustable Seats with Variable Heating and Driver Memory. We have maintained this car regardless of cost for our customer and the previous owner who had the car for eight years used the services of Hartwells Jaguar in Bristol for the majority of the service work. Albeit a high mileage car, these cars are mechanically very strong with the benefit of Aluminium construction they have durability and represent huge value for money.
About this Rolls-Royce Silver Shadow Series 1 The Silver Shadow was produced from 1965 to 1976, and the Silver Shadow II from 1977 to 1980. It was the first Rolls-Royce to use a monocoque chassis, a response to concerns that the company was falling behind in automotive innovation. To date, the Silver Shadow has the largest production volume of any Rolls-Royce and had a book price of £6,557 in the first year of production. The design was a major departure from its predecessor, the Silver Cloud; although several styling cues from the Silver Cloud were modified and preserved, as the automobile had sold well. The original Shadow was 89mm narrower and 18mm shorter than the car it replaced, but nevertheless managed to offer increased passenger and luggage space thanks to more efficient packaging made possible by monocoque construction. Aside from a more modern appearance and construction, the Silver Shadow introduced many new features such as disc brakes and independent rear suspension, The pre 1970 Shadow 1 featured a 172 bhp 6.2 Litre V8 coupled to the same 4-speed automatic gearbox as the Silver Cloud sourced from General Motors. The car's most innovative feature was a high-pressure h
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About this Austin Healey 100/6 Launched in 1956 the 100/6 Austin Healey was two inches longer than the 100/4 that it had succeeded, the bodywork was face-lifted to include a smaller, wider radiator grille placed lower, an air scoop was added to the bonnet, and the windscreen was fixed. More importantly the four-cylinder Austin A90 Atlantic engine was replaced by BMC's six-cylinder C Series engine from the Austin Westminster. The 100/6 was initially available in 2+2 guise (BN4), with the two-seater (BN6) version like the sale car following in 1957. Our 1957 Overdrive example is very smartly presented with Red bodywork; believed to be an original RHD car sold new as a CKD version in South Africa, and enjoyed by just one owner there in a warm climate until their passing. Apparently then bequeathed to his niece in Australia, the car was taken to that country and then traded for an MG. Acquired in Australia by the last keeper, he imported it back to England in 2014, but sadly illness now dictates its sale. Echoing the BMC rally cars of its era the interior though is rather smarter than that of the spartan period correct competition machines it features Red-piped Black vinyl bucket seats
About this Jaguar XJ EXECUTIVE V6 First registered March 2008 (08 Reg) with just two owners, Jaguar Demonstrator and one private owner from April 2008, this XJ Executive V6 Diesel is finished in most attractive Azure Blue with Barley Hide. With a good level of specification from the factory this car enjoys: 19 Inch Carelia Alloys, Driver and Front Passenger 12 Way Electrically Adjustable and Heated Seats with Memory, Cruise Control, Satellite Navigation, CATS Adaptive Damping, Heated Front Windscreen and Front and Rear Parking Aid. With the benefit of a full Service History with a single Jaguar Main Dealer services have been recorded at 10,700; 21,400; 30,300; 37,700; 44,400; 51,500; 59,500 and 65,900 miles (last serviced July 2016). A stunning car in great colours that delivers luxury motoring with economy.
About this Austin Healey 3000 Mk III Launched at the New York Motor Show in March 1959, the Austin-Healey 3000 retained the muscular good looks of its 100/6 predecessor while providing a useful increase in performance thanks to a larger-capacity version of the long-established C-Series engine. Over-bored to 2,912cc, the latter produced 124bhp, good enough for a top speed of 114mph with the optional hardtop in place. Otherwise, the car was much as before, though Girling front disc brakes were a welcome improvement. Introduced in 1961, the MkII in Convertible form brought improved practicality courtesy of a fixed foldaway top and winding windows. From now until the end of production the only model available would be the 2+2, the less popular two-seat version having been dropped. The 3000 MkIII with 148bhp engine appeared early in 1964, to be followed later in the year by the Phase II version with increased ground clearance – addressing a long-term criticism – and revised rear suspension incorporating twin radius arms instead of a Panhard rod. Top speed was now 121mph and the 0-60mph time dipped below 10 seconds. Despite the antiquity of the basic design the big Healey remained as pop
About this Jaguar S-Type Diesel SE First registered March 2007 (07 Reg) this S Type V6 2.7 Diesel Luxury Edition is presented in very good Lunar Grey with Barley Hide, sitting on 18 Inch Triton Alloy Wheels. The factory specification includes: Electrochromic Exterior Mirrors with Powerfold, Front and Rear Parking Aid, Rain Sensitive Wipers, Heated Front Windscreen, Satellite Navigation System, Cruise Control, Driver and Front Passenger Electrically Adjustable Seats with Memory. The Service History is entirely recorded with Kent based Jaguar Main Dealers and shows 9 annual stamps in total; last serviced at 79,300 miles in March 2016.