About this Jaguar E-Type Series I HOLDING DEPOSIT TAKEN 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 in
About this Jaguar E-Type Series 1½ FHC The Jaguar E-Type was manufactured between 1961 and 1975 and its combination of good looks, high performance and competitive pricing established the marque as an icon of 1960's motoring. The Series I was introduced, initially for export only in March 1961, the cars at this time used the triple SU carburetted, 3.8 litre six cylinder XK engine from the XK150S. The 3.8 litre engine was increased to 4.2 litres in October 1964, although there was never a fixed specification for this unofficial model, the Series I½, can be recognised by open headlights, small 'mouth' opening at the front of the bonnet, signal and tail-lights above the bumpers and exhaust tips under the number plate in the rear. It is thought to be one of the more collectable of all E-Types as just 1,942 were made in righthand drive compared to the 72,215 total production. The 4.2 litre engine offered increased power and usability whilst retaining the same outward appearance as the earlier cars. Having had only 4 owners since new, this original righthand drive E-Type Series 1½ Coupé was subject to a cosmetic restoration between 2006 and 2009 keeping it in the original colours of Opal
About this Jaguar 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 left han
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 E-Type Series 1 FHC Introduced in 3.8 litre form in 1961, the Jaguar E-Type caused a sensation when it appeared with instantly classic lines and 150mph top speed. While, inevitably, the car's stupendous straight-line performance and gorgeous looks grabbed the headlines, there was a lot more to the E-Type beneath the skin. The newcomer's design owed much to that of the racing D-Type and, indeed, the E-Type would be one of the last great sports cars developed directly from a successful competition ancestor. Just as in the D-Type, a monocoque tub formed the main body/chassis structure while a tubular space frame extended forwards to support the engine. The latter was the same 3.8-litre, triple-carburettor, 'S' unit first offered as an option on the preceding XK150. With a claimed 265 horsepower on tap, the E-Type's performance did not disappoint. Firstly, because it weighed around 500lb 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. This stunning and early example from the second year of production is finished in its rare an
About this Aston Martin DB7 VOLANTE The Aston Martin DB7 is a grand tourer which was produced by Aston Martin from September 1994 to December 2004. The grand tourer was available either as a coupé or a convertible. The prototype was complete by November 1992 and debuted at the Geneva Motor Show in March, 1993; the car was styled by Ian Callum and Keith Helfet. In 1997 amongst other things, Airbags were introduced and the rather annoying self arming alarm was replaced making in our view the 1997-1999 variants the most desireable. The DB7 offered today is the right side of these modifications and is finished in the Limited edition colour combination of Montrose Blue with Parchment Hide interior. The service history is documentation is comprehensive with with no fewer than 17 Main Dealer stamps and a further 5 Specialist. Supporting invoices detail completed works and there are 11 old MOT certificates. Fitted with all usual extras with the added benefit of a Tracker System for security. These prices are going up in front of our very eyes and therefore present a surefire investment for the discerning motorist.
About this Porsche 911 CARRERA 4S Widebody The Porsche 996 is the internal designation for the Porsche 911 model manufactured with first model year 1998 and last 2004. It was replaced by the Type 997 in model year 2005. The 996 had little in common with its predecessor, with the first new chassis platform since the original 911 and a new water-cooled engine. Technically, it was a major change, a complete breakaway from the original car other than overall layout. At its debut, the 996 featured the most significant change from the classic 911 series: a water-cooled engine replacing the previously air-cooled engine (a change that Porsche's parent, Volkswagen, would also make when it introduced the New Beetle a year later, in 1998). Progressively stringent emissions and noise regulations, environmental concerns, a higher expectation for refinement and a high-performance 4 valve per cylinder engine made the switch necessary. Other major changes include a completely new platform having a sleeker body with a more raked windshield, and re-designed interior. In response to criticism that the Carrera had become too refined, in 2002 the C4S came with many options including lowered suspension
About this Maserati Quattroporte V8 First registered June 2008 (08 Reg) this one owner Quattroporte Saloon is presented in immaculate Grigio Granito with Beige Leather, Nero Carpets and Walnut Brairwood Veneers. Options on this car include: 19 Inch 9 Spoke Alloys, CD Autochanger, Heated Front Seats, Navtrak System, Active Shift Paddles, Front and Rear Parking Sensors. This car has been looked after exclusively by HR Owen and Services have been recorded at 13,000 miles February 2010; 26,000 miles October 2011; 38,000 miles August 2013 and 50,000 miles August 2015. Additionally, this car has just had a full Cam Variator overhaul by HR Owen.
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.
About this Jaguar E-Type V12 Roadster We are pleased to offer this original right-hand drive UK-supplied 1974 E-type Series III roadster. Dispatched on 14th February 1974 through Evans Cutler of Plymouth, as the Heritage Certificate confirms, the car was finished in Signal Red with a Black leather interior and featured a manual gearbox as it is today. Issued with Plymouth registration plate 'XCO 777M', the first owner was a Mr B. E. Harris of the Alpine Hotel, Torquay. He kept the car until June 1975 when it was sold to a Mr H. Woofenden of Salcombe. In 1977 a Mr Edward Walker took ownership and was to keep it for a further 4 years before 'XCO' was bought by a Mr Martin Kettle of Crewe as a present to his son. Unfortunately, the car was laid up until 1991 before it was acquired in the summer of 1992 by a Mr A. Brooker of Warwickshire. There is correspondence within the file between owners and Jaguar In fact the history file is a delight, with old original registration documents, letters, invoices and MOTs dating back to 1977 at which point the car was maintained by the Jaguar distributor, Byatts of Fenton Ltd, Stoke-On-Trent, along with a host of other bills from a specialist. Ther
About this Jaguar E-Type Series 3 2+2 Deposit taken.......... The Series 3 V12 E Type was introduced in March 1971 where 2115 were manufactured in RHD format. This early example (no.170) is an original right-hand drive coupe with 2+2 accommodation that first left Jaguar's Coventry works in 1971 and was registered in June through Dealer 'Henleys of London'. There are many subsequent service history invoices on file, backed up with a charming old photo record which confirm a bare metal respray which took place around 10,000 miles and 20 plus years ago. Since then we are informed that the fixed head has been restricted to dry weather running only. There are also no less than 23 old MOT certificates from 1988 onwards detailing the very low mileage that this car has now covered. The current mileage of just over 45000 is believed to be the genuine total for the car from new although due to the age we are unable to confirm ourselves. The current cosmetic and mechanical condition are both very good with gleaming BRG painted bodywork with black leather interior, an original fit 5.3-litre V12 and the desirable four-speed manual transmission which are all in good order. In all a charming exam
About this Jaguar E-Type Series 3 V12 2+2 This Home Market Right Hand Drive is a manual example and was first registered on 10 December 1971; there are a total of six recorded keepers to date. This example was bought back from Germany in February 2017 where it had been used since 2009. There are MOT certificates stretching back from 2009 to 1993 detailing the mileage. Finished in Old English White with superbly patinated Black Hide and Black Webasto Sliding Roof, Chrome Wire Wheels and White Wall Tyres. We are in the process of completing the formalities of having this car registered in the UK. A new 12 Months MOT will be issued. We regard this car as a very good example which starts on the button and drives extremely well. A Jaguar Heritage Certificate has been applied for and is to follow. The Series III E-Type is now gathering a much stronger following as an icon of 1970s motoring as they are great driving cars and more comfortable than the Series I and II E-Types, especially if you are over 6ft tall. We expect the value of these cars to continue to grow alongside all E-Type Jaguars.
About this Jaguar E-Type Series 2 4.2 2+2 The E Type was manufactured by Jaguar Cars Limited 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 miles per hour (240 km/h) top speed, sub-7-second 0 to 60 mph (0â€“100 km/h) acceleration, monocoque construction, disc brakes, rack and pinion steering, independent front and rear suspension and unrivalled looks. The E-Type was based on Jaguar D Type racing car, which had won the 24 Hours of Le Mans for three consecutive years (1955â€“1957) and therefore employed the racing design of a body tub attached to a tubular framework, with the engine bolted directly to the framework. This particular vehicle is a UK supplied Series 2 4.2 Manual, finished in its original colour of British Racing Green with light leather interior and according to a letter from Jaguar still fitted with the engine that it left the factory with. Supplied now with a comprehensive and detailed service record with the added benefit of no less than 25 MOT t
About this Jaguar XJS V12 AUTO The XJ-S was launched in September 1975; with an initial shape set by Malcolm Sayer, but completed by the in-house Jaguar design team, headed by Doug Thorpe. The last XJS was produced on 4 April 1996; by then 115,413 had been produced during a 21-year production life. In May 1991 the rear side windows appeared enlarged and a year later in May the V12's capacity was enlarged to 6.0 litres delivering over 300 bhp; at the same time the car benefited from outboard rear disc brakes, instead of the more complicated inboard items on previous models. With the introduction of the 6.0-litre V12, the transmission was also updated to a GM 4L80E with a fourth-gear overdrive. At the same time the car received more aerodynamic front and rear bumpers. First registered September 1993 this very rare XJS 6.0 Litre Convertible was acquired when just five years old by the last keeper's family in 1998 with just 40,000 miles recorded. Presented in Solent Blue with Doeskin Leather and Blue Hood this lovely car is in very good condition in all respects. With 82,000 miles now recorded which based on the Service and MOT History would appear correct, this example is in superb ov
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 CONVERTIBLE First registered September 2007 (57 Reg) and presented in the rare and very attractive colour combination of Emerald Fire with Caramel Leather, this XK Convertible has clearly been very well looked after. The specification includes: 20 Inch Senta Alloys, Supersports CATS Suspension, Jaguar Premium Surround System Heated Front Windscreen, Powerfold Memory Mirrors, Headlamp Powerwash, Rain Sensitive Wipers, Xenon Headlights, Satellite Navigation, Bluetooth Connectivity, Cruise Control, CD Autochanger, Driver and Front Passenger Electrically Adjustable Heated Seats with Memory. A Full Jaguar Main Dealer Service History accompanies this car, 5 Stamps from a single Main Dealer. Unlikely to be available for very long in this great colour combination.
About this Jaguar XK XK8 COUPE We are pleased to offer a very nice example of this Classic GT car. 1st sold in March 2005 this represents one of the last of this model and benefits from the minor facelift that came with the 2005 Model Year cars. The car has low mileage for the year and is in excellent overall condition. It would be supplied with a fresh MOT and Service and come, once fully inspected, with a minimum 6 month Warranty.
About this Jaguar XK XKR -S 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-De
About this Jaguar XK XK8 -S CONVERTIBLE First registered September 2005 (55 Reg) this superb XK8 Convertible was originally a Stratstone Demonstrator and has had just one subsequent private owner. Presented in Satin Silver with Ivory Leather and Burr Elm Veneers this lovely car has the benefit of very low recorded 40,000 miles. As a 2006 Model Year and bearing the White Badge this establishes this car as the highly collectible S Model. The last editions of the X100 were highly specified from the factory and this car features: 20 Inch Sepang Alloys, Cross Drilled Brembo Brakes with Silver Calipers, Headlamp Powerwash, Heated Front Windscreen, Xenon Headlights, Cruise Control, CD Autochanger, Rain Sensitive Wipers, Driver and Front Passenger Heated Electrically Adjustable Seats with Driver Memory, Reverse Park Control, Premium Sound System with Bluetooth. A comprehensive Service History accompanies this car showing services with Jaguar Main Dealers at: 7,339 miles; 14,240 miles; 24,751 miles; 35,683 miles.
About this Jaguar XK XK8 -S CONVERTIBLE First registered September 2005 (55 Reg) this superb XK8 Convertible was supplied by us to its last owner in October 2016; he has now upgraded to a 5.0 Litre XK so we are pleased to have this excellent example back with us once more for sale. Presented in Satin Silver with Ivory Leather and Burr Elm Veneers this lovely car has the benefit of low recorded miles 47,300. As a 2006 Model Year and bears the White Badge marking out as the collectible S Model. The last editions of the X100 were highly specified from the factory and this car features: 20 Inch Sepang Alloys, Cross Drilled Brembo Brakes with Silver Calipers, Headlamp Powerwash, Heated Front Windscreen, Xenon Headlights, Cruise Control, CD Autochanger, Rain Sensitive Wipers, Driver and Front Passenger Heated Electrically Adjustable Seats with Driver Memory, Reverse Park Control, Premium Sound System with Bluetooth. A comprehensive Service History accompanies this car showing services with Jaguar Main Dealers at: 9,133 miles; 16,287 miles; 22,415 miles; 26,920 miles and 41,474 miles. Last serviced by ourselves at 43,247 miles in October 2016
About this Jaguar XJS CONVERTIBLE 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. The last XJS was produced on 4 April 1996; by then 115,413 had been produced during a 21-year production life. The model was replaced by the XK8. As with all models, there were important milestones with the development of the XJS and in our opinion, the most important was in late 1991 where the car received a facelift. This included improved rust protection, an engine upgrade and various cosmetic improvements. In late 1993 the old style rubber bumpers were upgraded to larger more aesthetically pleasing examples as were the wheels. Previously sold by ourselves some 14 years ago to a Mr Elsmere, he duly returned the car and expressed that it had been 'delightful'. There are no less than 18 service stamps and we will include a further full service within the price. Stunning in white....
About this Ferrari F430 SPIDER The Ferrari F430 is a sports car that was produced by the Italian car manufacturer Ferrari from 2004 to 2009. A successor to the Ferrari 360, it debuted at the 2004 Paris Motor Show. Its successor, the Ferrari 458, was unveiled on 28 July 2009. This particular example (formally my own car) was first registered in 2006 has been maintained to the highest degree by Ferrari with most recent service (clutch/brake pipes etc) carried out by reknowned specialist SMDG to the tune of over £5000. Stunning in Nero Daytona Black with matching black leather, hood and carpets.
About this Jaguar XK XKR 5.0 COUPE First registered March 2011 (11 Reg) this low mileage 5.0 Litre XKR Coupe is presented in stunning Salsa Red with Warm Charcoal Softgrain Leather. This fantastic looking car was factory fitted with the Speed Pack Body Kit plus Red "R" Calipers and 20 Inch Gloss Black Kalimnos Wheels. The specification of this car is absolutely immense and includes: Heated Powerfold Exterior Mirrors with Memory, Bowers and Wilkins Premium Sound System with DAB Radio, Superperformance Brakes, Reverse Park Control and Front Parking Aid, Headlamp Powerwash, Adaptive Front Lighting, Keyless Entry, Heated Steering Wheel, Satellite Navigation, CD Autochanger, Satellite Navigation, Cruise Control, Driver and Front Passenger 16 Way Electrically Adjustable Heated and Cooled Seats with Memory. The Service history shows three Jaguar Main Dealer Services at: 3,900 miles; 19,200 miles and 27,500 miles.
About this Ferrari F430 F1 Supplied in undoubtedly the best colour combination of Grigio Silverstone with Crema Connolly Racing seats, yellow brake calipers and carboceramic braking system, four point safety harnesses with discreet rollover bar, carbon fibre driving zone with matching steering wheel, navtrak antitheft system with Pogo speed detector, full touchscreen navigation with bluetooth, ipod connector and reverse camera, front and rear parking control, and complimented with Scuderia Ferrari wing badges. A superb documented service history detailing works which include recent clutch, manifolds, ball joints, tyres, brake caliper service and much more all courtesy of Maranello in Egham.
About this Jaguar XK XKR CONVERTIBLE First registered September 2009 (58 Reg) this XK R 4.2 Litre Supercharged Convertible is in lovely condition as befits the very low recorded 31,000 miles. Presented in Ultimate Black with Ivory Leather and 20 Callisto Alloys. Previously sold by us in 2016 we are delighted to be able to offer this good looking car once again. The specification includes: , 20 Inch Nevis Alloys, CATS Adaptive damping, Headlamp Powerwash, Rain Sensitive Wipers, Xenon Headlights, Heated Front Windscreen, Keyless Entry, CD Autochanger, Satellite Navigation, Cruise Control, Reverse Park Control, Front Parking Aid, Wind Deflector, Driver and Front Passenger Electrically Adjustable Heated Seats with Memory. The Service History shows five Guy Salmon (Jaguar Main Dealer) stamps: 5,985 miles; 10,786 miles; 14,085 miles; 19,420 miles and 23,800 miles. Plus two services by ourselves; 26,300 miles and 30,200 miles. Low mileage cars of this type are becoming very hard to find if this car fits the bill for you please be quick
About this Jaguar XK XKR CONVERTIBLE First registered March 2007 (07 Reg) this XKR was sold by us to the last owner in April 2016 with 37,000 miles recorded. presented in Midnight Black with Warm Charcoal and the benefit of 20 Inch Senta Alloys. Due to a change in his circumstances the last owner had little opportunity to use the car and with less than 1,000 miles recorded we have acquired the car for re-sale. This car features: Supersports CATS Suspension, Electrically Adjustable Heated R Performance Seats with Memory, Headlamp Powerwash, Rain Sensitive Wipers, Zenon Headlights, CD Autochanger, Cruise Control, Satellite Navigation, Powerfold Mirrors and Bluetooth Connectivity. The early Service History is entirely Stratstone Jaguar Solihull to 34,700 miles in March 2015; we serviced this superb example at 37,000 miles in April 2016. It is rare to find such a low mileage example and it is bound to give much pleasure to its next owner
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 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. We will freshly service this car and provide a new 12 months MOT upon sale.
About this Jaguar XK 5.0 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 XK XKR CONVERTIBLE First registered in Germany in August 2001 as a personal export this Anthracite Micatallic XKR Convertible quickly returned to the UK in 2002 and was registered on home soil in April 2002 (02 Reg). We sold this example to its last owner who was based in Cornwall in October 2010 with 47,000 miles recorded and we are very pleased to have been offered the car back for sale. This car was specified from the factory with a significant number of options, the specification includes: Premium Sound, Cross Drilled Brembo Brakes, Reverse Park Control, Alloy Space Saver Wheel, CATS Adaptive Damping, Headlamp Powerwash, CD Autochanger, Satellite Navigation, Powerfold Mirrors, Cruise Control, Driver and Front Passenger Heated Electrically Adjustable Seats with Driver Memory. The Service History shows Jaguar Main Dealer servicing from 2002 to 2007 seven stamps to 36,800 miles. We serviced the car at 41,200 miles. In the last keepers ownership a further regime of Jaguar Main Dealer Servicing has been resumed by Grange of Exeter who serviced the car at: 50,700 miles; 55,700 miles; 60,900 miles; 74,900 miles and 66,800 miles. A very well maintained example of an i