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  • Jaguar F-pace

    £33,750 £33,750

    Variant name:R-SPORT AWD ,Derivative:MK1 (X761) ,Variant: 2.0 i4 Diesel (180PS) R-Sport AWD

    • Year: 2016
    • Mileage: 26215 mi
    • Engine size: 2
    For sale
    £33,750 £33,750
    Sturgess Motor Group -Sturgess Jaguar
    0116 416 1081 View contact number
  • Jaguar E-Type

    £84,995 £84,995

    Here at Trade Classics we are excited to be handling the sale of this fresh-to-market E-Type on behalf of an ex-Jaguar Heritage Engineering Manager and E-Type specialist, together with his personal guarantee on this car. There is no other E-Type on the market today that has this level of assurance – opportunities like this don’t come along every day. Paul, the owner and our client, is motivated to sell this beautiful car and as such it’s priced accordingly, as we are authorised to negotiate at £85k + premium. Bearing in mind series one convertibles for restoration are selling in today’s market for £60+, then this really is a special opportunity to own a beautiful E-Type. Visit the link below to see over 300 images and videos of this special car and also watch a video with the owner. https://www.tradeclassics.com/auctions/jaguar/1967-jaguar-e-type-series-1-convertible/ OUR CLIENT Paul, the owner and seller, is a friend of ours here at Trade Classics and we sold an E-Type for him a few months ago. Paul worked for Jaguar Cars / Jaguar Landrover Ltd as an Engineering Manager for over thirty years. His career took him through core Engineering Design to Special Vehicles and latterly Jaguar Heritage / Jaguar Classic where one of his achievements was the technical strategy and planning for the recent ‘E Type Reborn’ Programme. Paul also worked on various projects that included the re-manufacture of body panels for the E-Type and replacement tyre development for XJ220. Paul really is an E-Type specialist and fastidious in his nature on any mechanical or engineering job he works on. Paul retired from Jaguar earlier this year in order to peruse his own passion within the classic car business; of course, specialising in E-Types. So Heritage Classics Ltd was born and Paul now sources and works on E-Types and other exotics every day. What a job to have! If you’re seriously considering buying an E-Type then Paul is the person to buy it from. All the work he undertakes is completed to the highest quality using the best parts available. Paul is so confident in his cars that he’s volunteered to include his own specialist guarantee with the car – you can read more about that below. So if this is your first classic then this will give you peace of mind in the purchase of this car. This particular car is quite special to Paul as he bought this left-hand drive (as original) car for a single trip in mind, Le Mans Classic. He spent hundreds of hours on replacing and overhauling many parts of this car that you’ll read in this listing. All that work was to ensure the car performed faultlessly, which of course it did. Even in the 30 degree plus hot weather. The car didn’t miss a beat and even went on a parade lap of the track. A total of 900 or so miles were covered on that trip alone. I personally consigned the car on a beautiful summer’s day and really enjoyed spending time with it, getting to know it so I could write up a thorough and comprehensive listing. I was also lucky enough to drive the car for about five miles on country roads in the sunshine – what an experience. Please take a look at the ‘meet the owner’ video on our website. THE EXTERIOR There’s no doubt about it, this car looks stunning. On the drive out and about it got lots of admiring glances and comments. Part and parcel of owing an E-Type – but there’s something extra special about a series one convertible in red. Wheels & Tyres The car has original wire wheels that are in excellent condition and Paul has fitted new classic tyres (Vredestein) all around. Bodywork The car looks to be good in terms of both rust and rot. Importantly, common areas of rust are the wheel arches, sills and doors; all these areas show no visible signs of any rot. Paul confirms, with his experience, that the car has previously been fitted with new sills, floors, front undertray and door skins – this work has been done using accurate replacement panels, patch panels have not been used as is so often the case with imported cars. The bonnet has had previous repairs to a solid structural standard. Please see the media pack and videos to review the condition and underside. Paint The red paint is very striking and there are no visible signs of any colour differences across the panels, even in direct sunlight. There are a few small marks that you can see in the media pack and videos, however, these are very small and are in line with an older restoration. The only key area to note is a slight paint crazing on a small section of the skuttle. There is a slight paint imperfection around the NSF headlight and Paul has organised for a paint specialist to remedy that issue before a sale is completed. Glass and Trim Both are in good condition across the car. There is a windscreen wiper scratch on the passenger side that may be possible to buff out by a specialist. The chrome is in good condition and so too are the rubbers and plastic trim. There is a slight dent on the NSF bumper that can be seen in the media – it’s not very noticeable but the new owner may choose to repair. The black vinyl roof (as original for this car) is brand new, the frame and header having been refinished to suit, and the seals were replaced. Importantly the fit of the roof is one of the best I’ve seen on a convertible. The factory vinyl hood cover is included in beautiful original condition. An aftermarket full cabin tonneau cover is included. The original jack, hammer and bag are in the trunk with the spare wearing a new tyre. THE INTERIOR The interior is really beautiful – the seats wear a lovely patina that’s so important to maintain. Seats and Carpets The seats are in really lovely original condition with no rips or significant wear – just patina. The carpets have been replaced and are in excellent condition. There are pictures in the media pack of the front foot well carpets being lifted. Dashboard The gauges, dashboard top and interior are in excellent condition. Steering Wheel / Gear Stick Both are in excellent condition in line with the age of the car with no issues. MECHANICS Please take a look at the ‘on the road’ video of Paul driving the car. I also personally took the car out on a short drive and was very impressed with the performance and how tight the car was to drive. It’s without doubt the best E-Type driving experience I’ve ever had. If you’re looking for a beautiful E-Type that you can drive every day, then this has to be the one for you. Engine and Gearbox The car started second go from cold – there was no smoke and the oil pressure quickly climbed to 60psi. Paul has replaced all the ignition service components, e.g. plugs and leads and also converted it to electronic ignition. I didn’t notice any blue smoke on either during cold or hot start, or when driving, even during hard acceleration. Suspension and Brakes No issues noticed on the drive up to a speed of 70 mph. The car drives, handles and stops superbly, part of the recent preparation included replacing or reconditioning the whole braking system (excluding discs which are in excellent condition). Also ball joints and bushes have been replaced where necessary and the steering fully reconditioned. The whole suspension system has been fully serviced. The Drive Again, no issues noticed on the short drive to a maximum of 70 mph. Electrics and Other Electronics are light on this car, e.g. no electric windows. No issues were found. HISTORY Paul imported the car in September last year and subsequently MOT’d and registered it in April of this year. Paul is just the third owner of the car (documented since 1973) and of course the first person in the UK. Paul purchased the car directly from the previous owner who bought the car 32 years beforehand and had thoroughly cherished it since – the cars condition is a credit to him. Paul has just ordered a Jaguar Heritage Certificate that will take about a week to come through. However, Paul confirms the VIN plate is original to the car and the numbers match the engine, frame and body. The certificate will show a build and registration date of 1967 – the V5 records 1968 and this is not correct or unusual for this to happen and can be corrected when armed with the certificate that will show a January 1967 date. Current indicated mileage is just 43,260 on the 19th August 2018. HPi Check Results – Paul is the first owner of this car in the UK – please action your own check if you feel it necessary. Over 300 images and videos of this E-Type are on: www.TradeClassics.com

    • Year: 1967
    • Mileage: 43260 mi
    • Engine size: 4.2
    For sale
    £84,995 £84,995
  • Jaguar XK120

    £124,995 £124,995

    Awaiting final preparation…..photos to follow We are very pleased to offer to the market this rare genuine early RHD XK120 OTS with the important all matching numbers. Finished in its original colours, Silver grey with Red leather interior Sold new by French importer Delecroix in early 1951 to a British wealthy man living in Nice, Côte d’Azur. It has been through a few collectors hands since. This well advised and esthete man ordered the car with the famous Robergel wire wheels, this allows you to keep the original and so beautiful rear spats even with wire wheels, not possible with central Rudge hubs. A very rare option which make this XK120 look absolutely stunning and unique. A completely correct car and matching in everyway as confirmed by the Jaguar heritage certificate Original early studless engine still with its original head. Original gearbox, rear axle, frame and body. Alloy bonnet / boot / doors only found on the early production cars. A great opportunity to get a rare early RHD XK 120 with genuine matching numbers that has never been re-bodied or damaged. Since our purchase we have carried out a significant amount of work to bring this XK up to our usual standards, this includes…. Complete bare metal respray Complete re-wire Mechanical overhaul to include engine tune and engine bay detail New radiator Complete set of fuel lines Complete set of water hoses High torque starter motor Alternator conversion New Kenlowe fan New tyres Complete health check and service New MOT & clean bill of health Now on the button and ready to go, this very early offers a fantastic investment opportunity whilst the early Alloy cars continue to climb in price rapidly. Export and finance enquiries welcome

    • Year: 1951
    • Engine size: 3.4
    For sale
    £124,995 £124,995