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About this Jaguar XK COUPE First registered September 2006 (56 Reg) and presented in Slate Grey this XK Coupe is in very good condition and has low recorded mileage at 43,000 miles supported by the excellent Service History detailed below. The factory fitted options on this particular car include: 19 Inch Carelia Alloys, Powerfold Electrochromic Exterior Mirrors, Front Parking Aid, Tyre Pressure Monitoring System, Air Quality Sensing and Leather Steering Wheel. Standard Equipment Includes: Reverse Park Control, CATS Suspension, Headlamp Powerwash, Xenon Headlights, CD Autochanger, Satellite Navigation, Drivers and Front Passengers Heated and Electrically Adjustable Seats with Memory. The Service History with this car is extensive and shows Main Dealer Services at: 8,000 miles (09/07); 15,700 miles (10/08); 21,000 miles (03/10) and 27,000 miles (10/12) plus two further services by a single Jaguar Specialist Garage at: 36,000 miles (01/15) and 39,000 miles (01/16). An Advisory free MOT is in place until December 2017. Exceptional value for money.
About this MG MGB ROADSTER First registered April 1967 (E Reg) this home market Right Hand Drive MGB Roadster was fully restored in 1988 by Cox and Perry of Coltishall Norfolk. We have on file the full written resume of the work carried out by them along with some photographs. Suffice to say this was a full mechanical and body restoration at significant cost. In its present ownership from 2007, there are some parts and service invoices on file in respect of this most recent ownership including an invoice for £970 raised in July this year for a full service, new batteries and MOT. An independent inspection report into the car's condition carried out in November this year acknowledged that the earlier restoration had been very well executed and described the car as having bodywork that is in wonderful order throughout, with excellent shut lines. In our opinion the pre-1970 MGB's with Overdrive and the five bearing engine are the cars to own, they are easy to drive and turn heads by virtue of their easy charm and distinctive exhaust note. This is a great example of car that has now mellowed a little from its restoration and looks just as it should.
About this Jaguar XJ D V6 PORTFOLIO SWB First registered November 2011 (61 Reg) with two owners from new this XJ D V6 Portfolio SWB has the Enhanced Interior option and is consequently the epitome of luxury motoring. Presented in Azurite Blue with New Ivory piped Navy with Navy Seat Belts and Carpets. The enormous specification includes: "0 Inch Kasuga Alloys, Heated Powerfold Mirrors, Bowers and Wilkins 1200W Sound System with DAB Radio, Rear Seat Entertainment 8 Inch Screens plus Digital/Analogue TV Tuner, Front Park Aid, Rear View Camera, Air Quality Sensing, Cruise Control, Driver and Front Passenger 20 Way Electrically Adjustable Heated and Cooled Seats with three position Memory, Heated and Cooled Rear Bench Seat, Heated Leather Steering Wheel and more.... The Service History shows three Jaguar Main Dealer Stamps to 42,000 miles in November 2015 plus a further service in September 2016 at 54,700 miles by a Specialist Garage. This car in our opinion represents the pinnacle of refined luxury motoring with low running costs; absolutely superb!!
About this Daimler V8 250 Launched late in 1962 the 2.5 V8 was the first Jaguar designed car to have the Daimler badge; it was essentially a rebadged Jaguar Mark 2 fitted with Daimler's Edward Turner designed lightweight 2.5-litre V8 engine and drive-train, that had been proven in the Daimler SP250 (Dart) sports car. Exterior details were a Daimler fluted grille and rear number plate surround, distinctive wheel trims and badges. Interior details included a split-bench front seat from the Jaguar Mark 1 and a black enamel steering wheel. Most cars were fitted with power-assisted steering but it was optional. Automatic transmission was standard; manual, with or without overdrive, became an option in 1967. A casual observer, though not its driver, might mistake it for a Jaguar Mark 2. The Daimler's stance on the road was noticeably different from a Mark 2. Three years after its launch, a Daimler 2½-litre V8 saloon with automatic transmission tested by the Britain's Autocar magazine in May 1966 had a top speed of 112 mph and could accelerate from 0-60 mph in 13.6 seconds and has a distinct V8 burble. Our example first registered August 1968 (G Reg) is in very good overall condition and
About this Jaguar XK XKR COUPE First registered May 2007 (07 Reg) this very good XKR Coupe is presented in Lunar Grey with Warm Charcoal. Equipment on the Supercharged cars is excellent and this particular car features: Supersport CATS Suspension, Reverse Park Control, Superperformance Brakes, MP3 Reader, Exterior Powerfold Mirrors, Headlamp Powerwash, Rain Sensitive Wipers, Xenon Headlights, R Leather Steering Wheel, CD Autochanger, Satellite Navigation and Driver and Front Passenger Electrically Adjustable Heated Seats with Memory. The Service Record shows seven Jaguar Main Dealer Services at from 2008 to 2014 inclusive and two services with a single specialist garage in 2015 and 2016. This is a well maintained example with modest recorded mileage and now below £20,000.
About this Jaguar S-Type XS V6 First registered October 2007 (57 Reg) with just two recorded owners presented in Indigo Blue with Barley Hide. Equipment includes: Exterior Electrochromic Powerfold Mirrors, Front and Rear Parking Aid, Rain Sensitive Wipers, Cruise Control and Electrically Adjustable Drivers and Front Passenger Seats. Services have been carried out at 9,700; 19,500; 30,600; 43,000, 48,000 and 62,000 miles. We will service this car prior to supplying it to its next owner.
About this Jaguar XJ TDVI SOVEREIGN 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 comforta
About this Jaguar XJ V6 First registered April 2004 (04 Reg) and presented in Quartz Grey Metallic with Sand Leather interior, this XJ6 V6 3.0 Litre saloon has just one registered keeper from new. Equipped with Electrochromic Exterior Mirrors, CATS Adaptive Damping, Rain Sensitive Wipers, CD Autochanger, Cruise Control, Driver and Front Passenger 12 Way Electrically Adjustable Seats. The Service History shows four Main Dealers services at 8,000; 13,500; 18,100 and 38,000 miles. With just 42,000 miles recorded we will service this good car prior to delivery to its next owner. It is increasingly hard to find these Aluminium Body cars with low mileage; this is a good opportunity to acquire such an example of a prestige car.
About this Jaguar XK XK8 CONVERTIBLE First registered January 2000 (V Reg) and presented in very good Sapphire Blue with Oatmeal leather and Blue Hood. We sold this car to its last two owners firstly in 2010 and more recently in 2012. Featuring a good level of options for an earlier car equipment includes: Premium Sound, Heated Front Windscreen, CD Autochanger, Cruise Control and Powerfold Mirrors. Six Jaguar Main Dealer Services were recorded during the first nine years of use and from 2010 we have serviced this car five times at: 84,500; 87,500; 89,900; 94,000 and 96,700 miles. In 2012 at 87,500 miles all timing chains, tensioners, water pump and thermostat were upgraded to 4.2 litre specification. An increasingly rare opportunity to acquire a well maintained example in a good colour scheme for less than £10,000.
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 Jaguar XK XK8 -S COUPE First registered July 2005 (05 Reg) this S Model (White Badge) Coupe is very well presented in Copper Black with Ivory. We sold this good looking car to its last owner in March 2014 with 54,000 miles recorded, we are pleased to offer this rare car once again. The specification includes: 19 Inch Atlas Alloys, Powerfold Mirrors with Electrochromic Function, Driver and Front Passenger 12 Way Electrically Adjustable Heated Seats with Driver Memory, Reverse Park Control, Headlamp Powerwash, Xenon Headlights, Heated Front Windscreen, Aluminium J Gate, Satellite Navigation and Bluetooth. The Service History shows a very well maintained car with 10 Main Dealer Stamps to 51,300 miles followed by three services with ourselves at 54,400 miles; 63,100 miles and 73,327 miles. This is a good opportunity to acquire the rare White Badge model in a superb colour combination with a solid history.
About this Jaguar XK XKR 4.2 Coupe First registered July 2003 (03 Reg) presented in Platinum Silver with Ivory leather this 4.2 Litre Supercharged car is in extremely good condition. Equipped with the usual XKR specification of Cruise Control, Heated and Electrically Adjustable Seats with Driver Memory, CD Autochanger and CATS Adaptive Damping. The Service History shows three Main Dealer stamps to 37,000 miles in 2005 and thereafter five service with well regarded Jaguar Specialists at: 43,000; 52,000; 67,000; 76,000 and 84,000 miles. In summary a good example with a substantial history and lots of bills on file supporting serious maintenance. We are confident that cars of this quality are not going to be this inexpensive much longer.
About this Jaguar XK XK8 4.2 Convertible First registered March 2003 (03 Reg) we have sold this Platinum Silver XK8 Convertible to its two previous keepers; initially in January 2010 and then more recently in February 2013. When new this car was specified with a number of expensive options over and above the standard specification these additions include: 19 Inch Apollo Alloy Wheels, Mirrors with Interior and Exterior Electrochromic Function, Heated Front Seats, Premium Sound, Reverse Park Control, Headlamp Powerwash, Rain Sensitive Wipers, Heated Front Windscreen, Satellite Navigation, and Powerfold Mirrors. Standard Features include Driver and Front Passenger 12 Way Electrically Adjustable Seats, Cruise Control and CD Autochanger.
About this Jaguar XJ SOVEREIGN V6 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 XJ V8 R Supercharged First registered March 2004 (04 Reg) this XJ Supercharged Saloon is in superb overall condition presented in Slate Grey with Ivory. This car was highly specified when new with a number of expensive options, these include: 20 Inch Sepang Alloys, Front and Rear Parking Aid, Interior Compass, Electric Glass Sunroof with Tilt and Slide, Heated Steering Wheel, 6.5 inch Screens to Front Headrests and Rear Multimedia Controls. The factory specification comprises: CATS Adaptive Damping, Headlamp Powerwash, Xenon Headlights, Rain Sensitive Wipers, Heated Front Windscreen, CD Autochanger, Cruise Control, Exterior Powerfold Mirrors, Driver and Front Passenger 16 Way Electrically Adjustable and Heated Seats with Memory and Electric Rear Sunblind. The Service History shows four stamps from a single Jaguar Main Dealer to 45,000 miles in 2012 and further service by a specialist garage at 68,000 miles. Having recorded less than 6,500 miles per year these are now increasingly rare cars; with this specification and in such good condition it is not going to be easy to repeat.
About this Jaguar XK XKR Convertible First registered January 2002 (51 Reg) this XKR Convertible was sold by us to its current owner last summer with 53,500 miles recorded;as demonstrated by the minimal mileage in the past year our customer has decided with some regret to ask us to find a new owner for his car. Presented in Platinum Silver with Ivory leather and in very good overall condition this car has the following specification: 19 Inch Apollo Wheels, CATS Adaptive Damping, Headlamp Powerwash, Powerfold Exterior Mirrors, Rain Sensitive Wipers, CD Autochanger, Cruise Control, Reverse Park Control, Driver and Front Passenger 12 Way Electrically Adjustable and Heated Seats with Driver Memory. Prior to our supplying this car last year six Jaguar Main Dealer Services stamps had been applied to the record book, predominantly Guy Salmon and we serviced this car in September 2016 with 55,000 miles recorded.
About this Jaguar XK XKR 5.0 Convertible First registered September 2012 (62 Reg) this XKR 5.0 Litre Convertible presented in Polaris White with Warm Charcoal Leather and Black Hood has the benefit of the Speed Pack Body Kit, with Gloss Black Ingot Side Power Vents and Boot Plinth, Wheel Arch Spats and 20 Inch Gloss Black Kalimnoss Alloys with Red Cailpers; making a fabulous looking high performance sports car; limited to a somewhat academic top speed of 174 mph. The specification is superb and leaves nothing behind, it includes: Heated Powerfold Exterior Mirrors, Bowers and Wilkins Premium Sound System with DAB Radio, Superperformance Brakes, Reverse Park Control and Front Park Aid, Headlamp Powerwash, Rain Sensitive Wipers, Heated Front Windscreen, Drivers and Front Passenger Heated and Cooled Electrically Adjustable Seats with 3 Position Memory, Heated Steering Wheel, Cruise Control and Satellite Navigation. Initially a Jaguar Company Vehicle it was serviced by them at 10,000 miles in 2013 when it was acquired by its first private owner and then at 26,000 miles in September 2015 when it was sold by Guy Salmon of Ascot when it was sold by them to its second private owner. We will
About this Maserati Quattroporte 4.7 S First registered September 2010 (60 Reg) this superb Maserati Quattroporte 4.7 S is presented in Grigio Alferi with Nero Hide, Carpets, Dashboard, Grigio Headlining, and Piano Black Veneers. Equipped with 20 Inch 7 Spoke Design Alloys and contrasting Red Calipers this car also features: Heated Front Seats, Front and Rear Parking Sensors and Satellite Navigation. The Service History shows three Maserati Main Dealer services at: 9,500 miles; 22,100 miles and 41,500 miles; last serviced in February 2015 with minimal mileage recorded since the last service. The 4.7 Litre Quatrroportes are phenomenal motors cars and represent great value for money
About this Jaguar XK XKR 5.0 Coupe First registered January 2010 (59 Reg) to Jaguar Cars with on subsequent private keeper this superb XKR 5.0 Litre Coupe is presented in sparkling Botanical Green with Ivory Leather and Burr Walnut Veneers. The specification of this stunning car is superb and includes: Heated Powerfold Exterior Mirrors, Bowers and Wilkins Premium Sound System with MP3 Reader, Reverse Park Control with Front Park Aid, 20 Inch Nevis Alloys, Headlamp Powerwash, Rain Sensitive Wipers, Xenon Headlights, Keyless Entry, CD Autochanger, Cruise Control, 16 Way Electrically Adjustable Drivers and Front Passenger Heated and Cooled Seats with three Position Memory, Heated Steering Wheel and Satellite Navigation. The Service History shows services at 4,300 miles; 12,100 miles; 17,600 miles; 25,000 miles and 30,000 miles. NEW ARRIVAL - FULL DETAILS AND PICTURES TO FOLLOW
About this MG MGB SEBRING GT V8 First registered as a 1.8 Litre MGB GT in June 1975 this example has recently been converted to a 3.5 V8 Rover engine with 5 Speed Manual Box and Sebring body conversion; all executed to a very high standard. Equipped with 15 x 9 Inch Minilite Wheels, High Back Corbeau Style Seats, Full Harness Belts, Full Roll Cage, Fire Extingisher. This car could in our opinion be either used as is as a fast road car, or stripped back and further modified as an exciting track day and/or hill climb car. Either way this conversion as is appears to have been very well executed; the MGB drives well, it is fast and a brings a big grin to the face of the driver. The Sebring conversion panels are available from multiple sources, this example has been fitted with Sebring Front and Rear Wings, MGC Style Bonnet, Rear Tailgate and Front Valance all in Fibreglass and all very nicely faired-in as the photographs show. Conversions executed to this standard absorb a huge amount of time and we feel this is a good example that would be difficult to recreate for less than our asking price.
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About this Jaguar XK CONVERTIBLE First registered January 2006 (55 Reg) presented in Ultimate Black with Warm Charcoal. a well looked after example with less than 6,000 miles per year recorded. This particular example was specified when new with a number of expensive factory options these include: 20 Inch Senta Alloys, Premium Surround Sound, Supersports CATS Suspension, Tyre Pressure Monitoring, Adaptive Front Lighting, Heated Front Windscreen and Powerfold Mirrors. As standard this car is equipped with: Driver and Front Passenger Heated and Electrically Adjustable Seats with Memory, CD Autochanger, Satellite Navigation, Headlamp Powerwash, Xenon Headlights and Cruise Control. The Service History shows six Jaguar Main Dealer service stamps at 14,000 miles; 16,000 miles; 25,000 miles; 34,000 miles; 44,500 miles and 46,500 miles plus three specialist services at 54,000 miles; 57,000 miles and 58,200 miles in April 2016.
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About this Jaguar E-Type Series I 4.2 FHC AVAILABLE EARLY 2017, EARLY STATEMENTS OF INTEREST ADVISED. Over 40 years have passed since the last E-Type rolled off the Browns Lane production line, yet the ongoing demand for up-rated and improved versions is sizeable. The 1966 Fixed Head Coupe shown here and to be offered shortly has been upgraded for fast road use rather than out-and-out competition. RS Panels has been responsible for refurbishing the body, which has received with new floors, inner and outer sills (with additional stiffening), back panel, and bonnet. The doors have been re-skinned, the wheel-arches flared to accommodate wider wheels, and additional axle cage mounts added to the tub. Increased in swept volume from 4,235 to 4,490cc and believed to produce 320bhp, the engine incorporates a Tuftrided crankshaft, balanced con-rods, a big-valve cylinder head, and genuine D-Type camshafts. Other noteworthy upgrades included a four-core alloy radiator; alloy header and expansion tanks; Kenlowe electric cooling fan; 13-row oil cooler; competition ignition distributor; modified sump baffles and engine mounts, and a large-bore competition full exhaust system. The fuel and oil li
About this Jaguar E-Type Series II 4.2 Manual DEPOSIT TAKEN WITHIN 48 HOURS OF BEING OFFERED FOR SALE First registered April 1970 (H Reg) this superb UK supplied matching number Right Hand Drive car was distributed by Henlys London as confirmed by the Jaguar Heritage Certificate which is on file. Owned by a single family since 2006 we also have on file MOT certificates back to 1983 which would appear to support the recorded mileage and a huge volume of spare parts invoices from David Manners, SNG Barrat etc. and other service/maintenance invoices adding up to many £000's spent in this last ownership. In superb overall condition this car drives beautifully and represents, in our opinion, excellent value for money. The 2 + 2 form car is much easier for a taller person (6ft +) to drive as it is 9 inches longer at the doors; access is easier and with the larger windscreen raked back from the front edge of the scuttle it is possible to drive without a developing crick in the neck! We believe these cars are for driving and not just capital growth, which if past performance is a guide will continue apace. One of only 1040 RHD cars made!
About this Jaguar E-Type Series I 3.8 FHC Conceived and developed as an open sports car, the Jaguar E-Type debuted at the Geneva Salon in March 1961 in Coupe form. The car caused a sensation - spontaneous applause breaking out at the unveiling - with its instantly classic lines and 150 mph top speed. The newcomer's design owed much to that of the Le Mans-winning D-Type sports-racer, a monocoque tub forming the main structure while a tubular spaceframe extended forwards to support the engine. The latter was the 3.8-litre, triple-carburettor, 'S' unit first offered as an option on the preceding XK150. Its engine aside, only in terms of its transmission did the E-Type represent no significant advance over the XK150, whose durable four-speed Moss gearbox it retained. With a claimed 265bhp available, E-Type's performance did not disappoint; firstly, because it weighed around 500lbs less than the XK150 and secondly because aerodynamicist Malcolm Sayer used experience gained with the D-Type to create one of the most elegant and efficient shapes ever to grace a motor car. Taller drivers though, could find the interior somewhat lacking in space, a criticism addressed by the introduction of
About this Austin Healey 3000 Mk II 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 popu
About this Jaguar XK XKR COUPE First registered March 2004, (04 reg) this very highly specified XKR Coupe was sold by us to its last keeper who has decided to acquire an Aston Martin from us. Presented in the desirable colour combination of Midnight Black with Ivory Leather and Piano Back Veneers with Aluminium Instruments, J Gate and Pedals. The original specifier of the superb car really went to town on the specification which includes: 20 Inch Paris Alloys, Interior Compass, Premium Sound, Cross Drilled Brembo Brakes with Red Calipers, Adaptive Cruise Control, Fixed Cell Phone, Satellite Navigation, Heated Front Windscreen and Reverse Park Control in addition to the Standard XKR standard specification which includes: CATS Adaptive Damping, Heated 10 Way Electrically Adjustable Recaro Sports Seats with Driver Memory and more.... Service History is with Jaguar Main Dealers to 37,000 miles in 2009 and then with specialists including ourseleves at 46,000, 50,000 and 55,000 miles. We are very pleased to have this superb car back for resale.