Mayfair 020 7125 1400 | Maldon 01621 879579 1988 Jaguar XJR-9 The XJR-9 is sports prototype racing car built by TWR and Jaguar to compete in the FIA Group C and IMSA Camel GTP race series. It was designed by Tony Southgate, constructed by TWR and utilised a 7.0 Litre V12 Jaguar engine. Its debut was at the 24 hours of Daytona held over 1st and 2nd of February 1988 where it scored an outright victory. Further successes were achieved in the World Sports Prototype Championship where the Silk Cut liveried cars took six victories over the eleven race series, including the 24 Hours of Le Mans, which was enough to secure the team championship. The car offered is the sixth and final new XJR-9 built by TWR in 1988 and was introduced mid-season to replace the Le Mans winner, chassis 488, which was retired after its victory. For the majority of the 1988 season it was piloted by Jan Lammers and Johnny Dumfries, although Martin Brundle also drove the car at Spa. The first race for Chassis 688 was round six of the Championship, held at Brno on July 10th, where Lammers and Dumfries qualified 5th but took a tremendous 3rd just behind Brundle and Neilson in Chassis 588. Round seven was held two wee
HWB 685J was manufactured on the 15th December 1970 and left the factory in Light Blue with Dark Blue leather. This Series I 2.8 was ordered with manual transmission and overdrive and today is totally standard, in original specification with matching numbers. The Jaguar was distributed by Ernest W Hatfield Ltd, Sheffield and the car has been based in Yorkshire from new until we sold the car to its most recent owner in Leicester in 2015. The V5 records just four owners from new and the car has covered an ultra low mileage of 45,000 with documentation to support this. The Jaguar has come to us in beautiful original condition and from inspecting the car on one our ramps we can see the vehicle has had no welding work and is totally original underneath. This is incredibly rare to see, particularly on a car of this era that was prone to rust. From looking at the original underbody and general bodywork we can see this car has been garaged from new and we know from the history that the car has covered ultra low mileage over the years. The panels are particularly straight and the Light Blue paintwork is of a lovely standard. The chrome work is bright, the general presentation of the car is
About this Jaguar XK CONVERTIBLE Lovely example of the XK8 ticking all the boxes with low mileage, one owner since new, full service history, and a great colour combination of Indigo Blue on Ivory. Nicely optioned from the factory to include Wheel Arch Spats, Heated Seats, Performance Braking System, Reverse Parking Sensors, 20 inch Kalimnos Alloys, Heated Steering Wheel, Powerfold Mirrors and Bluetooth preparation. Service stamps at 6825, 12683, 16368 and 20124 miles. What more could you want?
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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 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 coupé. 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!
A beautiful and excellently restored right-hand drive Series 1 Coupe.
2 (X-308) 1998. Maderia Pearl with Cashmere hide interior. '20 Spoke' alloy wheels. 31,000 miles only from new. Air conditioning, electric seat, retractable door mirrors, wood & leather steering wheel and other usual refinements. £9,750
Jaguar XK R 5.0 V8 Supercharged Automatic registered February 2011 (60 reg) finished in Stratus Grey with Full Black leather with Red Stitching. Finance available on request - subject to status and terms. Ask about our Company Directors packages. Fully Valeted; UK Wide Delivery Available; Part Exchange Welcome.
Private plate incuded, Full harness belts, Sill plates, Bluetooth, Climate Control, Colour SatNav, Full Leather, Powered Folding Mirrors, Alarm, Central Locking, Immobiliser, Locking Wheel Nuts, Remote Alarm, Remote Central Locking, Front Centre Armrest, Heated Seats, Height Adjustable Seat, Sports Seats, Adjustable Steering Column, Cruise Control, Multi-function Steering Wheel, Parking Camera, Parking Sensors, Power Steering, Stability Control, Traction Control, Trip Computer, ABS, Air Bag, Multiple Airbags, Auto Lighting, Colour Coded Body, Front Fog Lamps, Rear Spoiler, Electric Mirrors, Electric Windows, Push Button Start, CD Player, Radio, 20'' Alloys
Variant name:D V6 PORTFOLIO L ,Derivative:X351 ,Variant: D V6 PORTFOLIO L Huge Spec Inc Rear Entertainment Package, 20 Inch alloys, 1 Owner Due in stock we have a incredibly rare opportunity to purchase what must be one of the highest specification XJ to leave the production line. The ultimate in luxury inc LED rear reading lights, Rear Entertainment package including 2 seperate screens, Electric rear side window blinds, Blind spot monitor, 20 inch alloys. This is on top of the already highly specified Portfolio. This is the ultimate XJ and I urge you to register early interest as there will not be another. One owner from new with a Jaguar service record and only 23704 miles. Incredible value for a car with a list price new of circa £80000.
Variant name:Diesel Saloon Portfolio ,Derivative:Portfolio ,Variant: 3.0d V6 Portfolio 4dr Auto  Jaguar XJ 3.0d V6 Portfolio 4dr Auto 
Variant name:R-SPORT AWD ,Derivative:MK1 (X761) ,Variant: 2.0 i4 Diesel (180PS) R-Sport AWD
Variant name:I V6 S AWD ,Derivative:I V6 S AWD ,Variant: 3.0 Supercharged V6 S 5dr Auto AWD
Variant name:XKR ,Derivative:XKR ,Variant: 5.0 Supercharged V8 R 2dr Auto
ONE owner Jaguar XKR presented in Ultimate Black comes with a full Jaguar history and the following specification; Ivory leather, electric heated and cooled seats with memory, heated multi-function leather steering wheel, dual zone climate control, navigation, Bluetooth phone connectivity, DAB radio, Bowers and Wilkins sound, cruise control, park assist with reverse camera, automatic dimming rear view mirror, power fold exterior mirrors, heated front and rear screens, automatic Xenon headlights and 20" alloy wheels with red calipers. Part exchange welcome, competitive finance available. Viewings welcome by appointment only. Body: Coupe Transmission: Automatic Mileage: 22,000 Fuel Type: Petrol Registered: 2014 (63) Doors: 2 Engine Size: 5.0 Finished in: Ultimate Black
Ever since the celebration of their 50th anniversary back in 2011, E-Types have represented ever stronger currency, as befits the motorcar described at birth by none other than Enzo Ferrari as 'the most beautiful car in the world'. In common with most appreciating automotive assets, it is the early versions that are the most sought after, and in the E-Type's case this means the 3.8-engined Series 1 cars which, from the time of the 1961 launch at the Geneva Salon, were available in either Roadster or Fixed Head Coupe guise. Most examples of Jaguar's comely cat have been restored by now, and 'ONW 239B' is no exception. The work was undertaken last year by Mark Waud of Yorkshire Classic Cars, who the vendor describes as having 'a formidable reputation for superb workmanship'. When it left the factory, this particular Coupe was finished in Opalescent Golden Sand teamed with Red interior trim. Following a bare metal strip, and refurbishment that included a new front subframe and door skins, the car was repainted in a suitably distinguished shade of Dark Blue and completely retrimmed in contrasting Grey leather. The engine was totally refurbished, the dynamo replaced by an alternator and
- Sold new in America and believed to have had one doctor owner in Dallas, Texas, until acquired by the vendor. - Imported by the former engineer vendor in late 2015 and restored by him with a photographic record. - Featuring automatic transmission and showing only 78,300 recorded miles, plus matching engine and frame plate numbers. This smart looking E-Type V12 Roadster is fitted with automatic transmission and was sold new to America as a left hand drive example. The vendor acquired the car in Dallas, Texas, in 2015 and was told by the dealer he bought it from that it had been owned from new by a local Doctor, and they believed the recorded mileage of 78,000 was all the Doctor and his wife had driven in the car. It was brought to England and the former engineer vendor immediately commenced a restoration. The work was completed in early 2017 and is documented in a photograph album that shows the car as purchased in Dallas, and then in various stages of rejuvenation in England. The restoration included various light body repairs, some new floor sections, a repaint, new leather and carpets to the interior, and a new folding roof. Mechanical rejuvenation apparently included an overha
With an odometer reading of less than 29000 miles which we believe to be genuine,this Series 1 2+2 was first registered in June 1967. Last on the road in 2012 when it failed the MOT due to rust in the floorpans and sills .The decision was then taken to have the car stripped and the bodyshell,doors and tailgate were sodablasted-restored and primered and stored in a carcoon .The restoration then stalled and we have been asked to market the project for the current keeper. 4.2 litre engine rebuilt at 19735 miles in 1987 Leather magnolia interior in very good condition having been retrimmed in 1990 by Aldridge trimming Original green V5 RF60 logbook History file with invoices and Mots along with original owners handbook and jaguar dealer list in original plastic wallet The history file shows a comprehensive restoration completed in 1985 This would be an ideal candidate for conversion to a 2 seater roadster or coupe utilising a Martin Robey body tub. The UK registration document V5C is KKO100E We are looking for offers on £20,000
Manufactured 19th April 1968. Dealer fitted Webasto sunroof 1969. Sundym windscreen fitted 1972. Original interior. Documented mileage of 48,000 from new. This car was off the road for 22 years, a 9 year restoration project brought the car up to an extremely high standard, an Eagle supplied 5 speed gearbox fitted.
Variant name:Diesel Estate R-Sport ,Derivative:R-Sport ,Variant: 2.0d R-Sport 5dr Auto AWD Jaguar F-pace 2.0d R-Sport 5dr Auto AWD
Variant name:5.0 Portfolio ,Derivative:X150 ,Variant: XK PORTFOLIO
Variant name:Xj Saloon R-Sport ,Derivative:R-Sport ,Variant: 3.0 V6 Supercharged R-Sport 4dr Auto Jaguar XJ 3.0 V6 Supercharged R-Sport 4dr Auto
Variant name:V6 S AWD ,Derivative:V6 S AWD ,Variant: 3.0d V6 S 5dr Auto AWD
Variant name:V6 S AWD ,Derivative:V6 S AWD ,Variant: 3.0d V6 S 5dr Auto AWD
Rare Discovery: 1958 Jaguar XK150S Roadster with Matching Numbers This highly coveted 1958 Jaguar XK150S Roadster is a matching numbers example that's been under the same elderly gentleman's ownership since 1963. He drove the car into his garage several decades ago where it's been sitting ever since. Red with red interior. It's not everyday that you find a 150S that needs restoration and this is an excellent original car. It comes complete other then the seat cushion bottoms which are missing. It's almost impossible to find a 150S to restore to your own standards and here's your chance to own this very special and exciting discovery. $89,500 FIRM
1967 finished in Golden Sand with red leather interior, original numbers matching UK-RHD example, manual with chrome wire wheels, excellent history file, old style log book, original service book, Heritage certificate, lots of bills, photographic restoration, outstanding example, the one to own.
1970 finished in Primrose yellow with black leather interior, original numbers matching UK-RHD model, manual with chrome wire wheels and Webasto sunroof, photographic restoration, massive history file, superb example throughout
1972, finished in white with red leather interior, black mohair hood, original numbers matching, UK - RHD model, manual with chrome wire wheels, excellent example, good history, viewing strongly recommended
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