The car is still on Jersey registration plates and will need registering. The car has a great history with over GBP 6000 spent on regular servicing. The car does have some damage so please check pictures, the main area of damage is to the rear quarter. Hence sold as spares or repairs, but the mileage is warranted and the car drives good.
1971 Jaguar V12 E Type series 3. Original UK car, right hand drive, with a manual gearbox. This superb example was professionally restored in 2007, including a bare metal body restoration, engine and gearbox rebuild, and a completely new leather interior. All other parts that needed replacing including wheels, hubs, tyres, exhaust, rack, brakes, diff etc etc were rebuilt or replaced. The car has a full documented history with all bills and photos. The car was wax oiled after completion, and has only covered a few thousand dry miles since. It is therefore rust free. For the last three years the car has been stored and covered in a super dry garage in south west France and has not been used. The car is currently being transported and on arrival will be recommissioned fully.
A low mileage high specification car. Just 63300miles. These cars were very poorly specified, so its it unusual to have all the options and some very expensive ;Options.;AirCon;Airbag;Full Leather;2 Electric Seats;E/Sunroof;4 Ewindows;Self levelling Hydraulic Suspension.;Traction Control;Cruise Control;ABS Brakes.;Alloy Wheels;Becker Stereo;Leather Covered Steering Wheel;Extended Wooden Dash with lower centerFront Armrest;Laserline Cat1 Full closure/locking alarm.;;The service book contains 20 stamps plus receipts and all previous MOTs;;The car comes with all 3 keys and manuals.;THE HIGHEST SPECIFICATION 190 AND PROBABLY THE BEST.!
Porsche's intended replacement for the 911 may not have achieved that goal, but it wasn't for a lack of performance or technological wizardry. An alloy V8 was attached to a rear-mounted gearbox, and the galvanised body had aluminium doors and bonnet, plus body-coloured plastic bumpers - pretty radical for its time. The 928 was launched to a fanfare and surprised many by being named European Car of the Year, an award that traditionally went to worthy but dull family hatchbacks.;Critics immediately recognised the advances that the 928 had made over the 911, and the car was universally praised as one of the greatest GT cars of all time. It handled, it was quick, it looked fantastic and it was comfortable. With the 928, Porsche created a serious long-distance grand touring car that could also tackle twisting B-roads with ease, thanks to super-direct steering, 50/50 weight distribution, and a clever Weissach rear axle that kept the car firmly planted.;As time went on, the 928 grew ever more powerful and the S4 version that came out in 1987 had a much developed 5-litre V8 that produced 316bhp. There were a number of changes including different pistons, cylinder heads, camshafts, and larger intake valves, compared to earlier 5.0 L engines. The LH-Jetronic injection was updated, the ignition changed to the EZK system and automatics were fitted with a larger torque converter. The styling was also subtly updated with smoother nose and tail treatments that gave the car an even cleaner, sleeker look. 0-60 was now in the 5.6secs bracket and the top speed was raised to 168mph.;As a true GT car the automatic gearbox, as seen in this delightful right-hand drive example, offered seamless changes perfectly complementing the long-legged 5.0-litre V8. Delivered new, we believe, to Hong Kong in 1991 in Amethyst Purple Metallic with a matching, and oh-so period, interior, this 1991 S4 was first registered in the UK on the 9th June 2003. There are invoices on file detailing quite a lot of work and attention at K2 Race Engineering and Graham Hill Motor Technicians, amongst others, and the Porsche has recently been serviced. The car is presented to auction in very good order with some 67,000 kilometres (42,000 miles) indicated, an MOT valid until January 2018, and the perfectly apt private registration A928 GEM. This 928's distinctive colour scheme and dramatic interior made it the ideal candidate for 'Modern Classics' magazine, and this car looks great in a double-page feature about the classic 928. ;These 928s really are quite amazing machines and look like no other car before or since with inspired styling that will never go out of date. Considering that it was Porsche’s flagship model for almost two decades, with all the engineering integrity and supercar performance that this implies, it is really surprising that you can still pick them up for such modest sums today. Compared to air-cooled 911s they offer astonishing value for money, a situation that will not last much longer as prices have already begun to rise sharply. Another one to buy now before everyone else comes to the same conclusion.;
A superb low mileage example with a Full Service History. The car has mainly belonged to one family from new, passing to the son in law, last. We have recently refreshed the body, so the car is unmarked. This example was initially registered in Jersey, hence the low mileage.
Arguably the best model, with the practicality of the convertible and the shape of the coupe. The car has the highly valued manual gearbox, air-con and Varioram.;;The car has led a very pampered life with a large A4 folder of receipts, 2 sets of keys, manuals and a fully stamped service book.There is also a detailed breakdown of the service history (see photograph).;;Full Grey Leather Interior, Full Panoramic Glass Roof, Sports Front Seats, CD Player, Radio, Air Conditioning, Climate Control, Electric Seats, Electric Mirrors, Electric Windows, Rear Spoiler, Rear Oval Chrome Exhaust Tips, Porsche Alarm, ;Serviced - Hagley Porsche - 10173 Miles,;Serviced - AFN Porsche Official Centre - 19946 Miles, Brake Fluid Change - AFN Porsche Official Centre - 19946 Miles, ;Serviced - AFN Porsche Official Centre - 25656 Miles, Serviced - Cridfords Porsche Specialists - 34036 Miles, ;Serviced - AFN Porsche Official Centre - 34833 Miles, ;Serviced - LA Rose Porsche Specialists - 38022 Miles, Brake Fluid Change - La Rose Porsche Specialists - 38022 Miles, ;Serviced - LA Rose Porsche Specialists - 42599 Miles, ;Serviced - LA Rose Porsche Specialists - 44586 Miles, ;Serviced - LA Rose Porsche Specialists - 47266 Miles, ;Serviced - LA Rose Porsche Specialists - 49684 Miles, ;Serviced - Paul Devyea Porsche Specialists - 50632 Miles, Brake Fluid Change - Paul Devya Porsche Specialists - 50632 Miles, ;Serviced - LA Rose Porsche Specialists - 60464 Miles, Serviced - LA Rose Porsche Specialists - 67344 Miles, ;Serviced - Mr911 Porsche Specialists - 68855 Miles, ;Serviced - Marque 21 Porsche Specialists - 73350 Miles;Serviced - Marque 21 Porsche Specialists - 76627 Miles ;Serviced - Kennydunn Porsche Specialists - 78350 Miles
The most desirable R129. Perforated Seats and Burred Aluminium Dash, 18" Alloys. An unmolested example. THE CAR ALSO HAS A VERY GOOD SERVICE HISTORY TO WARRANT THE LOW MILEAGE. Note: The private plate has now been removed.
We have never seen a W123 with such a high specification Low mileage example with Air Conditioning Full Leather, Sunroof, Electric Windows, Central Locking, Alloy wheels, Cruise Control. Its was first owned by a Harley street dentist and the last owner who owned and stored it indoors for the last 25 Years. The car has no rust and is very original. We have carried out a full fluid change and fitted a Mercedes OE exhaust minor scratches to the front valances. ;;The mileage is confirmed by ALL the previous MOTS, the car is Immaculate with no rust on wheel arches, wings sills. The car just needs to be enjoyed and stored. The car has not been restored because the car is so true.