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About this Jaguar E-Type Series 3 2+2 By the mid-1960s, the Jaguar E-Type was appealing to the family man who wanted an elegant sports car with practicality combined. This prompted Jaguar to offer a third option in the form of a 2+2 coupÃ©. By adding nine inches to the wheelbase and two inches in height, it was then possible to fit a rear seat capable of seating two adults in tolerable comfort. The example we have here is a very genuine UK supplied right hand drive E-Type in its original colours of Light Blue with contrasting Dark Blue leather trim with the engine number matching that on the Heritage Certificate. The car was originally registered on 8th October, 1971 and supplied by Harry Thornes (Dewsbury in Yorkshire) to a Mr RH Thornhill. It has been enjoyed by a further 8 keepers in its 45 years and is now being prepared within our workshops for the new owner and will be ready shortly. The Series 3 is becoming increasingly coveted for its smooth refinement and effortless power. A true V12 Grand Touring cara dnt his one will be well worth the wait!
About this Jaguar XJS Celebration The Jaguar XJ-S (later XJS), a luxury grand tourer, was produced by the British manufacturer Jaguar from 1976 to 1996. The XJ-S superseded the E-Type (also known as XK-E) in September 1975, and was based on the XJ saloon. It had been developed as the XK-F, though it was very different in character from its predecessor. Although it never had quite the same sporting image, the XJ-S was a competent grand tourer, and more aerodynamic than the E-Type. In 1995, the final specification changes were made and the car was referred to as the Celebration model to celebrate the 60th year of the Jaguar company. Celebration cars feature diamond turned wheels, Jaguar embossed seats and a wooden steering wheel. By then 115,413 had been produced during a 21-year production life. The model was replaced by the XK8. We at Arun are in the unusual position of being able to offer two very similar examples of the Celebration Convertible, the last of the line and therefore the most valuable and collectible. Both finished in Turquoise with Ivory leather and with 61,000 and 78,000 miles and in superb condition. Please ring our Sales Staff on 01798 874477 to discuss.
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About this Jaguar E-Type Series III 5.3 2+2 The E-Type Series 3 was introduced in 1971, with a new 5.3 L twelve cylinder Jaguar V12 engine, uprated brakes and standard power steering. Optionally an automatic transmission, wire wheels and air conditioning were available. The brand new V12 engine was originally developed for the 24 Hours of Le Mans. It was equipped with four Zenith carburettors. The final engine was claimed to produce 203 kW (272 hp), more torque, and a 0-60 mph acceleration of less than 7 seconds, but this bhp figure was reduced in later production. The short wheelbase FHC body style was discontinued, with the Series 3 available only as a convertible and 2+2 coupÃƒÂ©. This early 1971 example of the Series III is presented in it's original British Racing Green on Cinnamon Hide with automatic transmission. Delivered to Dealer 'Leykor' on 7th December 1971, a Jaguar Heritage Certificate is on file to confirm the car is in its original specification. MOTs back to 1998 are present on file along with numerous invoices for servicing work over the years. The V12s are now being recognised as some of the best of the breed. Huge, effortless power and genuine touring capability
About this Porsche 911 Turbo 930 Flatnose Porsche offered a "Flatnose" or "Slantnose" 930 (Flachbau) under the Special Order Program (Sonderwunschprogramm) beginning in 1981. An otherwise normal 930 with a 935-style Slantnose instead of the normal 911 front end, each unit was handcrafted by re-modelling the front wings, bumpers and bonnet. So few were built that the Slantnose units often commanded a premium price; an initial premium of up to 60 per cent (highly individualised cars even more) over the standard price was not uncommon. We understand that 948 units were built. For the 1985 Model Year, Porsche re-introduced the 930 to the Japanese and U.S. markets and in 1986 with an emission-controlled engine producing 282 Horsepower. At the same time Porsche introduced Targa and Cabriolet variants, both of which proved popular. Our example Cabriolet in gleaming Black (A1V9) was initially imported by University Porsche, Audi Washington DC and supplied to the market by Champion Porsche Pompano Beach, Florida on 24th February 1989. By September that year this 930 had been imported to the UK. Acquired by its last keeper from Rivervale Porsche of Hove in November 1995 with less than 20,000
About this Maserati Granturismo V8 The Maserati GranTurismo is a two-door, four-seat coupé produced by the Italian car manufacturer Maserati. It shares the platform of the Maserati Quattroporte and parts of the Ferrari 599 GTB and Scaglietti. The standard version has a 4.2 litre V8 engine designed in conjunction with Ferrari with 405 PS (298 kW; 399 hp) and an automatic ZF gearbox six-speed transmission. This particular example comes complete with original bookpack with detailed service history (invoices and stamped book) and old MOT certificates. Fitted with all usual extras and stunning in this colour combination.
About this Jaguar S-Type SE D First registered 20th September 2007 with just two previous owners and 10 service stamps. Frost Blue on Barley Hide. Factory options include: Front and Rear Parking Aid, 18" Triton Wheels, Rain Sensitive Wipers, Extended Chrome Trim, Leather Steering Wheel, SatNav, Cruise Control, Powerfold Mirrors and Bluetooth connectivity.
About this Jaguar XK XK8 4 Litre First registered on 11th April 2001, this 4 Litre XK8 Coupe is in good condition and presents well in Sapphire Blue with Oatmeal Leather. Equipment includes: 18 Inch Milan Wheels, Wood/Leather Steering Wheel, CD Autochanger, Heated Performance Seats and Heated Screen. With 13 stamps in the Service Book, the car has been well looked after and has many invoices for maintenance on file.
About this Aston Martin DB7 VANTAGE VOLANTE In March 1999 a totally revised DB7 Vantage and Vantage Volante made their debut at the annual Geneva Motorshow. Building on the success of the in-line 6 cylinder DB7 the new Vantage models featured an all new 420bhp, 6.0 litre V12 engine, with a choice of 6 speed manual or 5 speed automatic gearbox. In addition to the new powertrain the Vantage model had more aggressive styling, with a bigger front grille, new fog/side/indicator lights and imposing 18â€ wheels with Bridgestone S02 tyres. The interior leather trim was cut and sewn at a special trim shop at Newport Pagnell along with Wilton Carpet for the flooring and choice of wood veneer or carbon fibre facia panels. This 54000 mile example comes in the favoured Mendip Blue on Cream colour combination. 13 main dealer service stamps give it a lovely history. The latest generation of 'Classic' Aston Martin still available at a reasonable price level.
About this Aston Martin DB7 3.2 Due in shortly..... Looking superb in the rare combination of Brecon Black with magnolia hide which is complimented by graphite five spoke alloys. Serviced no less than 24 times with 16 Main Agent and supplied with a folder of service history and old MOT Certificates. Complete with spare keys, the original book pack and even old tax discs surely this is an opportunity not to be missed - DB7s will not remain at this price level for long!
About this Jaguar S-Type V6 XS The S-Type was produced at Jaguar's Castle Bromwich facility in Birmingham, England. The car was styled by Geoff Lawson in 1995 and is based on the Jaguar DEW platform. A minor facelift on the 2005 model year featured redesigned front and rear aprons, a slightly modified grille, remodeled rear light clusters, an aluminium bonnet, and a new 2.7-litre 207 hp V6 diesel engine as seen here. This Jaguar Racing Green on Barley example features Heated Seats, Reverse Park Control, 17" Juno Wheels, Cruise Control and 8 way adjustable seats. It has covered only 57000 miles and has a full set of stamps in the service book from new to March of this year.
About this Aston Martin DB7 i6 Coupe Mr David Brown described the Aston martin as “a car for the discerning owner with fast touring and maybe competition in mind” because when you add performance to elegance, Aston Martin is the only answer. The DB7, known internally as the NPX project, was made mostly with resources from Jaguar and had the financial backing of the Ford Motor Company, owner of Aston Martin from 1988 to 2007. The DB7's platform is an evolution of the Jaguar XJS’s, though with many changes. The DB7 was engineered in Kidlington, Oxfordshire. Aston Martin is one of the most famous sports car names favored by wealthy sports minded motoring enthusiasts, Aston Martin epitomised exclusive style and power. This example in arguably the best colour combination of British Racing Green on Parchment leather has covered 86500 miles and has an exceptional service history with no less than 14 main dealer service stamps. Although the DB7 now has true classic status with rising values to match, it still represents an affordable way into classic Aston Martin motoring.
About this Jaguar XK XK8 COUPE First registered 8th March 2004 this 4.2 Litre XK8 Coupe is in good condition and presents beautifully in Quartz on Cashmere hide. Showing 80000 miles and just 3 previous owners, factory equipment includes: Reverse Park Control, 17" Gemini Wheels, Cruise Control, CD Autochanger and 12 way adjustable seats.
About this Jaguar XK XKR Dynamic Edition Superb one owner example of the rare 500bhp Dynamic Edition XKR in Ultimate Black with Charcoal hide and Ivory stitching. Complete with 20'' 'Vortex' alloy wheels, Speed Pack body kit, 16-way adjustable seats, 6-speed automatic transmission, Suede headlining, 'Performance' seats in soft grain leather, 7 inch colour touch-screen, Adaptive Dynamics, Automatic climate control, Automatic headlights, Bi-function HID Xenon headlamps, Black Pack, Cruise control, Electric heated door mirrors, Electric seats, Foldback electric mirrors, Front park aid, Headlamp power wash, Heated front seats, Heated front windscreen, Jaguar SmartKey system, Navigation system & DRG, Parking aid with rear sensor, Speed Pack, 'High Performance' braking system, Performance active exhaust, Active Differential, Bluetooth telephone connectivity, Bowers & Wilkins Premium Sound package, Interior mood lighting, Keyless entry, Keyless start and Rear View Camera.
About this Jaguar E-Type E Type Series 3 V12 Roadster The Jaguar E-Type was ten years old and needed a new lease of life. History repeated itself and it was a huge success when Jaguar debuted its robust V12 engine in a sports car instead of the saloon for which it was designed. Despite its sports-car heritage, Jaguar depended on saloon vehicles for its survival and had developed the twelve-cylinder engine to power them with sufficient torque and refinement. Larger and softer in nature with weight redistributed 53/47, the Series III had lost the wilds of its youth but gained the long legged touring profile to which it was arguably better suited. This manual E-Type Roadster was built on 6th February 1973 and shipped to New York on 2 March 1973. It spent its life on the East Coast where it was partly restored and had a bare metal respray. The car was then shipped to Eire when its then owner relocated with his collection of Jaguars. The car was then shipped to the UK where its restoration was finished by Showco Jaguar Club near High Wycombe between April 2016 and March 2017. The interior was retrimmed in new leather and finished by TTS near Newbury along with a replacement hood. This l
About this Land Rover Defender 90 TD HARD TOP The legendary Land Rover Defender here in 2.2 TD Hard Top form in Blue on Grey trim. Specified with factory option Sawtooth wheels, clear lenses and contrasting Silver roof makes for a superb looking car without being over the top. Fitted with Parrot Handsfree kit.
About this Jaguar XJS C V12 TWR Edition Tom Walkinshaw Racing (TWR) were closely associated with Jaguar, a relationship which started in 1982 with the successful entry of the Jaguar XJ-S into the European Touring Car Championship, chalking up a number of wins that year. The relationship continued and by 1988, TWR-Jaguar had taken its first Le Mans victory in a V12-powered XJR-9. Further success followed with a Le Mans win in 1990. This very good Jaguar XJS-C V12 was first registered in April 1987 and presented in Arctic Blue with Saville Grey Leather. It would appear that the first owner recorded around 60,000 miles during the first eight years of the car's life. Thereafter, three subsequent private owners are recorded. The most recent keper acquired the car in 2001 with approximately 70,000 miles recorded. There are sixteen Jaguar Main Dealer stamps in the service book the majority of these with Appleyard Rippon. This car is one of 710 home market automatic cars, less than half of these cars are believed to remain either on the road or SORN; as a TWR Edition this will be one of a very small number of cars that remain on the road today. With TWR options of Speedline Sports Wheels (
About this Jaguar XJ V8 SOVEREIGN LWB All Aluminium X350 series XJ in Radiance Red on Barley Trim. This car is set apart from most having the very expensive Glass Sunroof option and also headrest mounted screens for the rear passengers. 7 Jaguar main dealer stamps present in the service book. 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.
About this Jaguar XJ SOVEREIGN V8 SWB First registered February 2000 (V Reg) this two owner XJ Sovereign V8 presented in immaculate Platinum Silver with Ivory has just 56,600 miles recorded. The specification includes: Automatic Transmission, Traction Control, Rain Sensing Wipers, Heated Front Windscreen, CD Autochanger, Cruise Control, Driver and Front Passenger Electrically Adjustable Seats with Driver Memory. The impressive Service History shows 13 Jaguar Main Dealer stamps principally Guy Salmon Maidstone.
About this Jaguar XJS V12 HE Arun are very proud to offer what we believe is an almost unique Jaguar XJS V12 Coupe. It amazingly enough is a one owner vehicle finished in Silversand Metallic with full Doeskin hide. It has been owned by one of the most fastidious persons ever, as an ex-pilot he left absolutely nothing to chance! Supplied by Guy Salmon on the 1st August 1985 it has been serviced by them no less than 21 times, filling the original service book at 81,000 miles in 1999. Around this time the owners topped flying and his usage of the Jaguar decreased dramatically; from 1999 to 2106 he only covered 5,000 miles but despite this minimal usage he had the car serviced a further eight times! We have a very comprehensive file of bills, MOT's along with instruction books for the upgraded stereo and even the original quotation, noting the extras chosen from Guy Salmon Thames Ditton. Fitted with a steel sunroof and vinyl roof which looks well on the car. Sitting on good tyres with refurbished alloy wheels, the interior is fresh and clean and all chrome work is good as is the whole car. There is additionally an automatic charger to use when the car is garaged for long periods.
About this Jaguar E-Type E-Type Series II Roadster The E-Type Jaguar is, without doubt, one of the most significant classic motorcars ever penned. Launched in 1961 with the Series I, the second generation came along in 1968. Modifications included open headlights without glass covers, a wrap-around rear bumper, tail lights below the bumpers and uprated brakes. The engine is easily identified visually by the change from smooth polished cam covers to a more 'ribbed' appearance. The interior and dashboard were also redesigned, with rocker switches being substituted for toggle switches. This striking E-Type in extremely rare black paint is believed to have been delivered new to California, where it dwelled in the garage of the first owner for the better part of two decades. The second Californian owner would use the Jaguar sparingly before putting it up in long-term storage. The car remained in his ownership for many years until 2012, when a noted San Diego area Jaguar specialist acquired the car and soon embarked on a comprehensive restoration. It received new paint and upholstery to the highest standards in black over red. The car's mechanical systems were comprehensively restored as
About this Jaguar XK CONVERTIBLE We have just purchased this XK direct from the previous owner who has maintained it meticulously with anything completed as required. He purchased the car with a very low mileage direct from the first owner and has continued to service the car with no less than ten service stamps to date, the first seven by Main Dealers and the last three by Independent (although Jaguar Trained). The specification includes bluetooth, CD autochanger, console cup holder, electrochromatic interior and exterior rear view mirrors, powerfold mirrors, 20" Senta wheels, auto headlamp levelling and powerwash, H.I.D./Xenon Headlight Pack, heated windscreen, burr walnut facias, memory pack, Navigation and traffic master, rain sensing system,rear parking aid, Luxury trim, 16 way memory driver and 16 way passenger electric seats, speed control, adaptive control damping and to finish it off heated front seats!
About this Jaguar XK XKR CONVERTIBLE Superb Black and Ivory 4.2 litre XKR with impeccable history. 9 Jaguar Main Dealer stamps from new up to current mileage. Great colours and perfect provenance. Extensively optioned with Heated Luxury Seats, Premium Surround System, Front and Rear parking sensors, CATS suspension, Heated Screen and Steering Wheel, Bluetooth and SatNav.
About this Aston Martin DB7 i 6 VOLANTE The DB7 i6 is based on a semi-monocoque shell with composite materials used for some outer panels; it is powered by a 24 valve light alloy six cylinder in-line 3,228 cc engine derived from the Jaguar AJ6 coupled with a Eaton Roots type Supercharger and Zytec electronic fuel injection. The power developed was a claimed 335 bhp at 5,600 rpm with a peak torque figure of 368lb.ft at 3,000 rpm. Typically 18 inch alloy wheels shod with 245/40 ZR18 Bridgestone Tyres provide contact with the road at each corner mounted on an independent wishbone suspension system that is coupled with coils springs and monotube dampers. Braking is provided by outboard Telvis anti-lock disc brakes. First registered May 1998 (R Reg) this two owner rare Manual transmission DB7 i6 Volante was built towards the last of quartile in the production of the six cylinder cars. Presented in immaculate Solent Silver with Grey Leather and Blue Hood this very low mileage example, just 19,800 miles has had just two owners from new. Originally supplied in Paris to its first keeper the Service History shows three stamps with Lancaster Sevenoaks and a further three stamps with an Aston
About this Ferrari 458 ITALIA DCT The 458 Italia is a mid-engined sports car produced by the Italian sports car manufacturer Ferrari. The 458 replaced the Ferrari F430, and was first officially unveiled at the 2009 Frankfurt Motor Show. The 458 is powered by a 4,499 cc 570BHP engine mated to a 7 speed Getrag Gearbox as shared with the Mercedes-Benz SLS AMG which combined give a 0-60 time of 2.9 - 3.0 seconds! This particular highly specified example is well known to us and is finished in Nero Daytona Black with Crema electric Daytona seats and Nero Black carpets. The upper dash and headlining is finished in matching leather and is complimented by the very expensive option of carbon fibre driving zone with LEDs, Carbon fibre centre bridge and dash inserts. On the exterior this car is fitted with 20" Sport Diamond rims which are slowed down by huge yellow calipers on Carbo-ceramic brakes. Finished and complimented by yellow Scuderia wing shields and an invisible front antichipping film. This car was over £212,000 new and now with only 9000 miles and 5 Maranello Services under its belt, continued Manufacturers Warranty until January 2018 and a Service Pack until January 2019, surely t
About this Jaguar XK XKR 4.2 COUPE The XK8 was launched in 1996 to replace the XJS. Two body styles were produced - a coupÃ© and a convertible. The car was the first in the Jaguar line-up to use Jaguar's newly developed V8 engine - the AJ-V8. In 2000 the supercharged XKR was added to the range which featured 370 supercharged horsepower, a subtle rear spoiler, wire mesh front grille, and red exterior emblems. This particular example is a 2005 M/Y finished in the stunning Ultraviolet with Ivory interior. Extras include (but are not limited to) 20 inch Detroit split rim alloy wheels, Cross drilled Brembo Brakes, Heated front screen and seats, Memory pack, Compass, Tracker, Reverse park control, CATS suspension, Headlamp powerwash, Xenon headlamps, Rain sensitive wipers, Cruise control and Aluminium instruments. The service record is impeccable with 11 Main Dealer stamps with supporting invoices, Spare keys/bookpack and also a MOT history trail to detail the low usage.
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About this Jaguar E-Type 4.2 Series 2 4.2 Roadster The new Series II Jaguar E-Type can be identified by its open headlights without glass covers, a wrap-around rear bumper, re-positioned larger front indicators, tail lights below the bumpers, better cooling aided by an enlarged 'mouth' with twin electric fans, and up-rated brakes. The engine is easily identified visually by the change from smooth polished cam covers to a more industrial 'ribbed' appearance. The interior and dashboard were also re-designed, with rocker switches being substituted for toggle switches. Head restraints, a collapsible steering column and an all synchromesh gearbox improved safety and comfort for the occupants. This very early, manufactured 1968, righthand drive, suggested matching number Jaguar E-Type Series II Roadster has only covered 3,000 miles in the last fourteen years. The Heritage Certificate which accompanies the car details numbers and confirms that this E Type was supplied originally by Henlys in London with the date of dispatch 14 December 1968. More latterly in 1985, the car was the subject to a chassis up rebuild and since has been well looked after and has a very good history file to sugge