Jaguar E-Type Series 1 4.2 FHC

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A beautiful UK RHD Jaguar E-Type Series 1 4.2 FHC with matching numbers.

EQUIPMENT
Steel body of monocoque construction, triple blade two-speed windscreen wipers, sealed beam asymmetric headlights, single reversing light, 160mph speedometer, revolution counter, ammeter, water and oil pressure gauge, fuel light, electronic clock, map reading lamp, panel light switch, starter switch, heated rear window, hinged rear quarter windows, cigar lighter, brake fluid/handbrake warning light, air and temperature control, recessed choke, adjustable steering wheel, padded screen rail. Options;  Radiomobile with twin speakers.

EXTERIOR
Costing more than the Open Two-Seater when new, the Series One Jaguar E-Type Coupe is stunning from any angle especially when finished in Opalescent Silver Blue as this example.  The amazing chrome has a mirror finish and low drag characteristics are helped by desirable Series One features such as glass headlight covers, quarter bumpers and small front air mouth.  Favoured by Jaguar enthusiasts worldwide, the tail lights above the bumper and the badge on the boot proclaiming “Jaguar 4.2 Litre E-Type” are key attributes.  Restored in 1993 from Golden Sand this example maintains an attractive appearance thanks to a pampered, no expense spared mentality to the upkeep and storage with only one tiny mark to the rear barely worthy of a mention.  The underside and wheel apertures are free from excess underseal and help reveal the excellent structural integrity of this machine.  As Enzo Anselmo Ferrari called it, “the most beautiful car ever made”

INTERIOR
Superlative qualities will be enjoyed from the cockpit of this luxurious and iconic sports car.  Thickly padded bucket seats upholstered in finest quality Dark Blue Vaumol leather over deep Dunlopillo cushions only found on grand marques and deep pile carpeting over thick underlay are beautiful Jaguar traits.  The carpets have been protected by Jaguar rubber floor mats.  The Labelled toggled switches found on the early Series One cars are preferred by most rather than the black plastic rocker switches and all function. All Smiths gauges give healthy readings and purists will enjoy original features such as the chrome Lucas rear view mirror three-spoke lightweight alloy steering wheel with wood rim proudly displaying the growler badge.  Incredibly special, opulent and a real automotive indulgence.

ENGINE & TRANSMISSION
This is a matching numbers vehicle with the factory supplied engine still fitted.  The six cylinder 4.2 litre XK engine with twin overhead camshafts and three S.U carburetters produces 265bhp and performs impeccably with silky smooth power delivery thanks to expert maintenance and care.  The engine bay is very clean and the chassis number can still be seen stamped in the correct location. Some modern additions such as a high torque starter, spin on oil filter kit, Kenlowe fan and full electronic ignition while still retaining the original distributor are fitted.  The four speed manual gearbox with synchromesh on all gears is light and a joy to use.

WHEELS, TYRES & BRAKES
Stunning 15inch wire spoke wheels with centre lock hubs are immaculate and shod in period design expensive Blockley 185/R15 tyres with ample tread.  Servo assisted disc brakes all round with independent hydraulic circuits front and rear stop the car safely.

HISTORY FILE
A Jaguar Daimler Heritage Trust Certificate numbered 29164 confirms this vehicle as being a genuine Jaguar E-Type Series 1 4.2 Litre fixed head coupe right hand drive with matching numbers.  It was manufactured on the 23rd November 1965 and dispatched on the 7th December 1965.  The original distributor was Henlys Limited, Manchester who sold the car to a Mr Arnold Flintshire.  Restored in 1993 and enthusiast owned since with the current devoted custodian, Mr Peter Charles Taylor a retired RAF Wing Commander having owned the car since March 2008.  A comprehensive history file since the restoration includes all invoices by trusted Jaguar specialists, photos of works carried out and even a Driver Log detailing all works carried out on what date and at what mileage.  Two A4 folders of history are included along with an operating maintenance and service handbook and two keys.

This example is a true spectacle with unrivalled looks and a Great British classic icon.

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Jaguar Mk2 2.4 Litre

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A delightful Jaguar Mk2 2.4 Litre with two family owners and 51,025 miles.

EQUIPMENT
Integral body-chassis construction, Zone toughened windscreen, chromium plated window frames, semi wrap-around rear window, front and rear quarter lights, sealed beam headlamps and fog lamps, Jaguar growler front grill, leaping Jaguar bonnet ornament, rear number plate lamp shroud with Jaguar lens, counter-balanced boot lid, ammeter, oil pressure gauge, revolution counter, starter button, panel light switch, rear central armrest, picnic tables to rear, labelled toggle switches, cigar lighter, twin windtone horns.  Factory options; Laycock de Normanville overdrive.  Dealer accessories; ‘His Masters Voice’ push-button radio.

EXTERIOR
Built in late 1966 towards the end of the production run of the Jaguar Mk2 and prior to the introduction of the first XJ6, this luxurious Jaguar MKII is finished in the original colour of Opalescent Silver Grey.  The paintwork presents beautifully with a deep uniform shine and high polished finish.  The elegant curvaceous shape of this iconic model can be fully appreciated with the all panels straight and free from damage other than a minor defect to the top of the passenger front wing.  The extensive high-quality chrome finishers are undamaged and in excellent order with only very light aging evident upon close scrutiny.  Advocates for originality will note Lucas light fitments and lenses including the Jaguar rear number plate lamp and small side lights incorporated into the front wings which show some discolouration to the lenses.  The original rubber trim sections are showing age related deterioration.  A magnificent classic Jaguar, a true British Icon.

INTERIOR
The Dunlopillo foam rubber seat cushions covered in Ambla leather hide in rich Red is well preserved with the leather fully intact and soft, and displaying only light aging.  The superbly comfortable split bench front seats have the beautifully machined jaguar seat belt clasps and a sense of occasion surrounds the occupants on every journey!  Luxury tufted carpets over thick felt underlay, full matching door dressings and soft velvet headlining are all intact with the headlining showing some discolouration.  The handcrafted polished figured walnut instrument panel features a plethora of ornate and fully functioning Smiths gauges and toggle switches, each individually labelled with complete words, as abbreviations and symbols just won’t do!  The original Bakelite steering wheel with Jaguar Growler Emblem and horn ring is a work of art.  Incredibly, the windscreen mounted running in guide has remained fitted to delight originality seekers along with the chrome Lucas rear view mirror.  Reminiscent of a bygone luxury motoring age, even the leather and wood scent will ignite fond nostalgia.

ENGINE & TRANSMISSION
The 2.4 litre Jaguar XK engine is the factory fitted unit and is therefore matching numbers.  Featuring the correct twin SU HS6 semi-downdraught carburettors and dual exhaust system, output is quoted at 133bhp at 5500rpm.  The engine bay is very clean and the information on the vehicle build plate to the nearside inner wing match exactly to the vehicle records found on the Heritage Certificate.  The manually operated four-speed all-synchromesh gearbox changes gear smoothly with no slip but a high biting point and features factory optional Laycock de Normanville overdrive.

WHEELS, TYRES & BRAKES
Pressed steel bolt-on disc wheels are coloured coded and dressed in the original embellishers and Jaguar hubcaps, and five matching quality Vredestein Sprint ST 185 SR15 are period style fitment with excellent tread.  The spare wheel is housed in the lower boot floor complete with the very rare original toolkit in the fitted and lined container.  Self-adjusting disc brakes to all four wheels with quick change pads and vacuum servo assistance have benefitted from a recent overhaul.  Very advanced for the era.

HISTORY FILE
Built on the 14th September 1966 at the Jaguar Plant in Coventry, a Jaguar Heritage Trust Certificate dated 19th June 2018 confirms this example is factory perfect in every respect.
Despatched to the supplying dealer, Mann Edgerton on the 31st October 1966 and first registered on the 17th March 1967.  Incredibly, the car has remained in the ownership of just two families, all fully traceable in the impressive history file.  The first owner is confirmed in both copies of the original buff log book and Heritage Certificate as a Mr Frank Gee, who purchased the car through his company FA & E Gee Ltd before selling to family member Reginald Gee in June 1977.  A used car sales invoice from October 1979 confirms the  purchase by the next owner, Dr Alfred McKenzie, for the sum of £3,450.00, at which time the car had covered 31,218 miles.  Incredibly the car remained in the ownership of Dr McKenzie for 37 years, and only upon his passing has ownership transferred to his son, Colin McKenzie.

The history file features a comprehensive record of servicing and maintenance including most notably many invoices from respected specialist, David Wall Vintage and Classic Cars, totalling thousands of pounds and dating back to 1991.  The original vehicle handbook and point of sale literature have been kept along with a large fold-out maintenance chart, RAC running-in sign and Jaguar Driver’s Club correspondence.  This matching numbers example having covered just 51,025 miles benefits from very unusual fully traceable ownership from new and will continue to delight the next deserving keeper.

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Jaguar S-Type 3.8S

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A sublime Jaguar S-Type 3.8S with just three owners and in show condition

EQUIPMENT
Zone toughened windscreen, chromium plated window frames, sealed beam headlamps and fog lamps, twin fuel tanks, counter-balanced boot lid, ammeter, oil pressure gauge, revolution counter, starter switch, panel light switch, front and rear central armrests, labelled switches, interior flood lighting, cigar lighter, twin windtone horns, Webastow full length sunroof, Moto-lita steering wheel.

EXTERIOR
This desirable S-Type is finished in Dark Blue which suits the distinguished character perfectly. The impeccable paint finish has a deep lustrous shine with a mirror reflection and will stand proud at shows. A photographic record reveals the transformation from a one owner garaged stored example to a superb Jaguar ‘S’ model in the creators preferred colour choice. The chromium plated accessories gleam against the regal blue and show virtually no aging. All the sealed beam lamps are Lucus items as are the lens covers and reflectors. The glass and window rubbers are in prime condition but the door rubbers have cracked. Absolutely no corrosion or rust is visible thanks to the catalogued bare metal restoration and meticulous preparation incorporating a body coloured underside. Excellent panel fit and alignment will satisfy the most demanding owner. A new conception in luxury motoring.

INTERIOR
A sumptuous, luxurious and spotlessly clean Blue leather hide interior is complemented by acres of polished figured walnut and sparking chrome enhancements. All the interior wood was stripped removing all the old veneer and some 30 plus coats of lacquer where then applied. The matching deep pile carpets with thick felt underlay and clean light grey velvet headlining work to offer a tasteful, lavishly equipped and superbly finished interior. A refined and opulent cockpit with fully operational gauges, labelled switches and rotary dials. The highest degree of comfort is offered to all occupants with rear picnic tables complete with a crystal champagne flute. Modern enhancements include an expensive wooden Moto-Lita steering wheel and a Retrosound classic radio with electric aerial. A real automotive indulgence in true Jaguar tradition.

ENGINE & TRANSMISSION
The world famous Jaguar XK 6 cylinder twin overhead camshaft engine produces 220bhp in the larger 3.8 litre capacity. The refined power plant was stripped to a bare block and rebored with new pistons fitted. The crank has been reground and balanced with the head converted to unleaded fuel. All components were fully rebuilt and upgraded such as electronic ignition and a Kenlow cooling system where necessary and painstakingly detailed to enable bonnet up exhibiting. A full stainless steel exhaust system is fitted along with a steering rack conversion and a later XJ6 series two automatic gearbox for modern day use.

WHEELS, TYRES & BRAKES
Optional stainless wire wheels are the ultimate expression of period sporting prowess and are shod in new 185/80 R15 tyres. A complete new braking system was fitted during the refurbishment and now offers strong braking performance.

HISTORY FILE
Registered new on the 2nd November 1966 to a Mr Ronald Edgar Hammond where it remained in his care for 34 years. Garaged stored but unused for 21 years this fortunate car was discovered by Mr Michael John Dearing of Classic Vehicle Restoration Specialist in Lincolnshire and was fully restored by him for personal pleasure in 2000. Kept by him until 2014 he used it to attend many motoring events to showcase the capabilities and expertise of his business. Witness to this is a photographic album revealing the dedication and hard work carried out to create this stunning and desirable example. Eventually sold to Mr Koushi who almost gave up the search to find the ultimate S-Type 3.8S until this car became available.

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Jaguar XJS 4.0 Insignia

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A special order Jaguar XJS 4.0 Insignia with 37,294 miles, one of only 64 made.

EQUIPMENT
Front and rear crumple zones, frameless door glass, halogen headlamps, black front grille, wrap around bumpers, enamel bonnet badge, burr walnut veneer fascia, matchwood inlays, ‘secret till lit’ warning lamps, adjustable steering wheel, driver and passenger airbags, stainless steel treadplates, wooden steering wheel, electrically adjustable front seats, electric windows, kerb lamps, heated washer jets, electric heated door mirrors, air conditioning, boot lamp. Factory options; Full Special Vehicle Operations Insignia Package.

EXTERIOR
This incredibly rare special order XJS is one of only 64 cars prepared and hand finished by craftsmen at the Insignia Program at Jaguar Special Vehicle Operations (SVO), with only 7 RHD XJS 4.0 cars made. The Insignia option was designed to allow buyers to stipulate unique paint options, wheels and higher grade leather trim. This stunning example was commissioned in striking Peppermint (code HFM/831), an exceptionally rare colour that accentuates the elegant XJS lines beautifully. Only close scrutiny will reveal imperfections, namely touched in chips to the driver’s door mirror and front nearside bumper corner. All further trim sections including the special side Jaguar embossed rubbing strips are in excellent order, and the chromework is beautifully preserved. A truly unique XJS worthy of the Pride and Joy Class Winner trophy at the 2015 Ickworth Eastern Day.

INTERIOR
A sumptuous and luxurious interior is simply beautiful trimmed in the special Insignia upgrade Magnolia (code AEM) semi analine leather, and the sports electric seats are every bit as comfortable and supportive as they look. The driver’s seat has previously been refurbished and minor wear to the out bolster is barely noticeable. Hand-polished figured burr walnut veneers and matchwood inlays are a further touch of class and remain factory perfect. The headlining is tight and clean and completely free from common sagging issues, and the sumptuous Wilton carpets have been protected from new by Jaguar tailored over mats. All the controls, switches and gauges function perfectly including the factory fitted Jaguar stereo unit. The carpeted boot area shows minimal use with tool case and original jack present. The ultimate luxury interior, prepared exclusively for the discerning XJS customer.

ENGINE & TRANSMISSION
The trusted 4.0 litre AJ6 DOHC engine produces 238bhp and 282Nm of torque to offer power and refinement with 0-60mph despatched in 7.4 seconds and a top speed of 137mph. The standard four-speed automatic transmission with switchable Normal and Sport modes is seamless. The ultimate grand tourer with superlative XJS refinement guaranteed.

WHEELS, TYRES & BRAKES
The factory fitted unrestored five spoke 16in sports alloys wheel remain in near perfect condition and are shod in quality correct Pirelli P6000 tyres with excellent tread remaining. The electronically controlled anti-lock braking system with YAW control grips relentlessly to all four discs offering safe, consistent and dependable stopping power.

HISTORY FILE
Supplied new by Main Dealers Appleyard Jaguar Bradford on the 12th January 1994 with an list price of £39,319, the first owner Mr Peter Riley remarkably kept the car for over twenty years, with just two further keepers since. The extensive history file comprises of every MOT from new to fully document the incredibly low 37,294 miles covered, as well as the original service schedule displaying a host of main dealer and specialist stamps. The most recent service entry was in 2015 with only 1,000 miles covered since, and a comprehensive vehicle inspection commissioned by the previous owner prior to service is included. A large box file contains many supporting service and maintenance invoices as well as both leather wallets containing all handbooks, guides and point of sale material. A Jaguar heritage certificate obtained by the previous owner in 2015 upholds the cars authenticity and a cherished registration L**XJS is included with the sale. Completing the history file is a host of Insignia sales material and the September Jaguar World magazine feature where this actual car was reviewed. Undoubtedly one of the rarest and most intriguing XJS’ to be made and beautifully preserved as it deserves, one for the true enthusiast.

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Jaguar XJS 4.0 Celebration

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A remarkable final edition Jaguar XJS 4.0 Celebration with the same owner for 19 years.

EQUIPMENT
Front and rear crumple zones, frameless door glass, halogen headlamps, black front grille, wrap around bumpers, enamel bonnet badge, twin painted coachlines, figured sapwood veneer fascia, ‘secret till lit’ warning lamps, LCD trip computer, adjustable steering wheel, driver and passenger airbags, stainless steel treadplates, cruise control, wooden steering wheel, electrically adjustable front seats, electric windows, heated rear window with timer, courtesy light delay, kerb lamps, heated washer jets, electric heated door mirrors, air conditioning, boot lamp. Dealer options; Jaguar encrypted rolling code immobiliser.

EXTERIOR
Built to celebrate 60 years of sports car prowess, Jaguar announced two new Celebration models in the form of a 2+2 Coupe and Convertible. This stunning Coupe example is finished in original Sapphire Blue Metallic (Code JGE) which compliments the elegant sporting lines of this classic tourer. The paintwork boasts an incredible deep glossy shine and uniform finish that simply fascinates onlookers. The rear window still has the supplying dealer sticker and there is a tiny touched in mark on the rear bumper top. The beautiful quality chrome enhancements are bright with only a very faint marks to the front nearside corner section. The factory twin coachlines and enamel Jaguar Growler bonnet badge are still attached. A final incarnation of the captivating XJS marque exceptionally represented in this superb preserved example.

INTERIOR
A sumptuous and luxurious interior is simply beautiful trimmed in supple Oatmeal leather, (Code AGD) and the sports electric seats are every bit as comfortable and supportive as they look. The leather trim throughout including the door cards has aged remarkably well and is of excellent appearance. Hand-polished figured sapwood veneers and a hardwood gearknob complement the interior and the Celebration model specific wooden steering wheel and Jaguar Leaper embossed seats remain true to this special edition. The headlining is spotlessly clean and completely free from common sagging issues. There is minor wear to the driver foot well area but this has not holed. All the controls, switches and gauges function perfectly including the quartz clock and the factory fitted stereo. The carpeted boot area shows minimal use. True Jaguar indulgence.

ENGINE & TRANSMISSION
The revised 4.0 litre AJ16 engine with twin overhead camshafts and a lightweight alloy cylinder head housing four valves per cylinder offers 238bhp and 382Nm of torque. Power and refinement is guaranteed with 0-60mph despatched in 7.6 seconds and a top speed of 147mph. Lifting the forward-hinged bonnet reveals an immaculately clean engine compartment with all warning stickers, identification plates and labels perfectly intact. The standard four-speed automatic transmission with switchable Normal and Sport modes is seamless.

WHEELS, TYRES & BRAKES
The factory fitted 7 x 16in Celebration Aerosport alloy wheels are in perfect order and instantly attract your gaze having been professional refurbished to correct diamond turned finish. Pirelli 225/55 R16 tyres have masses of tread remaining. The electronically controlled anti-lock braking system with YAW control grips relentlessly to all four discs offering safe, consistent and predictable stopping power.

HISTORY FILE
Registered by Jaguar Cars Ltd, Browns Lane, Coventry on the 1st November 1995 this vehicle has had just one further keeper, Mrs Jane Fuller. Purchased by her from Jaguar Main Dealers, Colliers of Sutton Coldfield on the 27th November 1996 and in her care ever since. Regular servicing throughout with 12 stamped entries, the last being on the 18th November 2015 with 102,177 miles at Nene Jag Specialists Ltd. Supplementary invoices have also been retained along with a full complement of handbooks including the radio guides and aftercare literature contained within the black Jaguar A5 leather folder. Two sets of keys with two alarm remotes still attached to a leather Jaguar Colliers fob are also present. A highly desirable final edition XJS and one for the discerning enthusiast.

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Jaguar XJ40 Sovereign

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An exceptional Jaguar XJ40 Sovereign preserved with an incredible 9,399 miles.

EQUIPMENT
Twin coachlines, bright door frames, styled headlamps with power wash, hand-cut walnut fascia panel and door cappings, contoured seats with hand-stitched leather facings, eight-way electric front seats, fore and aft steering wheel adjustment, deep pile carpeting, air conditioning with humidity control and solar sensing, Jaguar sound system, trip computer, vehicle control monitor, microprocessor cruise control, central locking, electric windows, illuminated door and console packs, front headrest mounted reading lamps for rear seat passengers, rear armrest.  Dealership options; Mud flaps, carpet mats.

EXTERIOR
This distinguished Sovereign example is finished in stunning Jaguar Arctic Blue (code JFE) which has a bright lustrous metallic shine to the factory finish, and is complimented by a double coachline to accentuate the unmistakable elegant lines of the XJ40.  Virtually flawless, the finish is commensurate with the amazingly low miles covered under the ownership of just two individuals.  All factory fit panels are straight and original, and the extensive chrome work boasts a gorgeous mirror finish with only the faintest markings visible upon close scrutiny.  The ornate radiator grille graced with the famous Jaguar Growler badge is a simply a work of art to accentuate the poise and opulence of this incredible car.

INTERIOR
A sumptuous, luxurious and refined interior is thoroughly representative of the incredibly low mileage this car has covered.  The spotless upholstery is trimmed in hand cut and sewn Saville Grey Leather (code LDY) and is complemented by hand cut walnut (code LC) on the dashboard, fascia and cappings.  The deep pile carpeting is perfect and has been protected from new by tailored over mats.  The headlining has dropped slightly at the rear and the driver’s outer bolster is mildly discoloured with age.  Immensely comfortable sculptured supple leather seats with 8-way electric offering a commanding driving position for all driver and front seat passengers.  The supplying dealer rear screen sticker remains in place.  All functions and controls operate seamlessly and remain precisely as Jaguar intended.  True automotive indulgence.

ENGINE & TRANSMISSION
This 6 cylinder 2.9 litre single overhead camshaft engine produces 165bhp achieving 0-60 in an effortless and whisper quiet 9.6 seconds.  A beautifully clean and detailed engine bay is showroom fresh with all stickers and plates spotlessly displayed.  The ZF four speed automatic transmission with ‘J’ gate selector is seamless with instant kick-down.

WHEELS, TYRES & BRAKES
The beautiful 16in alloy wheels display a simply perfect factory finish with correct centre caps and Jaguar emblem centres.  The wheels remain shod in the factory fitted Dunlop TD SP Sport 220/60 VR390 tyres with masses of tread remaining.  The TD tyres have a unique bead design to allow limited run on capability should deflation occur, allowing the car to be driven at no more than 40mph until and convenient stop location is found.  Although free from cracking or damage, these tyres are original fitment and it would be prudent to remain aware of this if use is intended.  The pristine boot area houses the spare with original Dunlop tyre alongside the complete Jaguar toolkit.  The ABS braking system with YAW control offers safe, rapid stopping power.

HISTORY FILE
Registered new on the 1st January 1989 by Jaguar Main Dealers Mann Egerton & Co Ltd in Norwich, this car has had just two owners throughout its incredible 9,399 miles.  The first registered keeper being listed as the Executors of Rodney William Woodcock, the vehicle remained in their name until 2012 whereby renowned enthusiast Mr Graham Dacre purchased the car to add to his extensive collection of classic cars.
A complete Jaguar wallet houses all book packs, guides, dealership literature and business cards.  The original service booklet houses five stamped entries from the supplying dealer Mann Egerton Jaguar and the history file further consists of a collection of previous MOT documents.  An incredibly well preserved example and quite possibly the best there is.

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Jaguar XJC 4.2 Series 2

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A magnificent Jaguar XJC 4.2 Series 2 presented in a fabulous condition.

EQUIPMENT
Chrome radiator grille, wrap-round chrome bumper, growler radiator badge, grained vinyl roof, burst proof door locks, power assisted steering, hand matched walnut facia, rear on/off and directional ventilation controls, individual front ashtrays, cigar lighter, push-push switches, map reading lamp, six gauge instrument cluster, front and rear electric windows, lockable glove box with vanity mirror, tinted glass. Optional extras; Remote control door mirror, stainless steel Jaguar sill plates.

EXTERIOR
This sleek Jaguar is finished in a bespoke colour of Platinum Grey Metallic and looks absolutely gorgeous. The fine lines of the pillarless coupe are striking and the richness of colour make this thoroughbred impossible to miss with admiring looks on every outing. The wrap-round chromium plated bumpers and imposing front grille have a mirror finish and all the glass is mark free. A few tiny markings around the growler radiator badge can be seen and the front and rear chrome window inserts have minor aging. The black grained vinyl roof is immaculate and contrasts wonderfully against the glossy metallic paint. The engine bay will not fail to impress with spotless detailing allowing bonnet up exhibiting. An individual, imposing and sophisticated example of Jaguar magic.

INTERIOR
A sumptuous, luxurious and immensely comfortable crushed Red velour interior is complemented by a hand matched walnut facia and is simply exquisite. All occupants can relax in the wide contoured seats and the deep pile red carpets laid over special sound absorbing materials offer a spacious, quiet and renewed pleasure in driving. The felt grey headlining is perfect and all six gauges operate faultlessly as does the Philips radio/cassette as fitted when new and quartz clock. Minor markings to the automatic selector panel can be seen along with small section of lacquer lift to the glove box right edge. A real automotive indulgence.

ENGINE & TRANSMISSION
The superlative in-line six cylinder well proven XK 4.2 litre engine produces 245bhp and offers effortless reserves of performance. A manual choke conversion has been installed. The Borg-Warner 3-speed automatic model 65 transmission is beautifully matched to the XK engine giving the perfect driving combination.

WHEELS, TYRES & BRAKES
The Dunlop silver painted 15inch steel wheels have unmarked chrome Jaguar hub-caps with growler badges and are standard fitments finishing the striking exterior impact of the vehicle. Avon Turbospeed tyres have ample tread and are correctly sized at 205/70 R15. Servo-assisted disc brakes all-round with ventilated discs at the front and separate hydraulic circuits offer excellent stopping power for a weighty car. Umbrella handbrake system holds the car.

HISTORY FILE
With only 6,487 Jaguar XJC 4.2 examples being produced, (source Wikipedia), this is a very rare Jaguar. Plagued with production problems and poor build quality affecting the few made, survivors are a wonderful sight today. This prime example belongs to Mr Michael John Dearing of Classic Vehicle Restoration Specialist in Lincolnshire and was fully restored by him for personal pleasure. Now quoting three years before customers cars can be accepted for work, the reality of using his pride and joy and limited space, have resulted in a very lucky new owner being sought.

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Jaguar XJS 4.0 Celebration

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A spectacular final edition Jaguar XJS 4.0 Celebration with full history.

EQUIPMENT
Front and rear crumple zones, frameless door glass, halogen headlamps, black front grille, wrap around bumpers, enamel bonnet badge, twin painted coachlines, figured sapwood veneer fascia, ‘secret till lit’ warning lamps, LCD trip computer, adjustable steering wheel, driver and passenger airbags, stainless steel treadplates, cruise control, wooden steering wheel, electrically adjustable front seats, electric windows, heated rear window with timer, courtesy light delay, kerb lamps, heated washer jets, electric heated door mirrors, air conditioning, boot lamp.  Dealer options; Jaguar encrypted rolling code immobiliser.

EXTERIOR
Built to celebrate 60 years of sports car prowess, Jaguar announced two new Celebration models in the form of a 2+2 Coupe and Convertible.  This stunning Coupe example is finished in original Flamenco Red Metallic (code CFH) which compliments the elegant sporting lines of this classic tourer.  The paintwork boasts an incredible deep glossy shine and uniform finish that simply fascinates onlookers.  Only very minimal and faint touched in stone chips to the bonnet and front wings can be detected upon very close scrutiny.  The beautiful quality chrome enhancements are mirror bright with only a very faint mark to the rear offside chrome bumper corner section.  The factory twin coachlines and enamel Jaguar Growler bonnet badge are still attached.  The nearside headlamp has a small chip.  Lifting the forward-hinged bonnet reveals an immaculately clean engine compartment with all warning stickers, identification plates and labels perfectly intact.  A final incarnation of the captivating XJS marque exceptionally represented in this superb preserved example.

INTERIOR
A sumptuous and luxurious interior is simply beautiful trimmed in supple Oatmeal leather, (Code AGD) and the sports electric seats are every bit as comfortable and supportive as they look.  Hand-polished figured sapwood veneers and a hardwood gearknob complement the interior and the Celebration model specific wooden steering wheel and Jaguar Leaper embossed seats remain true to this special edition.  The headlining is tight and clean and completely free from common sagging issues.  The electric clock is temperamental.  All the controls, switches and gauges function perfectly including the cruise control system and the factory fitted stereo unit with six disc changer.  The carpeted boot area shows minimal use with tools present.  True Jaguar indulgence.

ENGINE & TRANSMISSION
The revised 4.0 litre AJ16 engine with twin overhead camshafts and a lightweight alloy cylinder head housing four valves per cylinder offers 238bhp and 382Nm of torque.  Power and refinement is guaranteed with 0-60mph despatched in 7.6 seconds and a top speed of 147mph.  The standard four-speed automatic transmission with switchable Normal and Sport modes is seamless.

WHEELS, TYRES & BRAKES
The factory fitted 7 x 16in Celebration Aerosport alloy wheels are in perfect order and instantly attract your gaze having been professional refurbished to correct diamond turned finish.  Quality low profile 225/55 ZR16 tyres have masses of tread remaining.  The electronically controlled anti-lock braking system with YAW control grips relentlessly to all four discs offering safe, consistent and predictable stopping power.

HISTORY FILE
Supplied new by Jaguar Main Dealers Johnsons of Wragby on the 14th August 1995 this vehicle has had just one former keeper from new.  The previous keeper Group Captain Ronald A Edwards OBE had owned the vehicle from two years old until his passing in 2014.   Maintained impeccably within the Jaguar Main Dealer network or by independent marque specialists, the service booklet contains thirty stamped entries as well as a fascinating and hugely comprehensive hand written log of all work carried out, upheld to a military disciplined standard!  The most recent service entry was carried out in 2014 at 133,616 miles, the vehicle has now covered 133,982 miles.  The service booklet also contains almost every previous tax disc neatly fixed into the rear pages to further emphasise the previous owner’s dedication to document the cars history.

A full complement of handbooks including the radio guides and aftercare literature are contained within the black A5 leather folder along with two sets of keys.  A history file that leaves in no doubt the exemplary care and maintenance this highly desirable final edition XJS has enjoyed.  One for the discerning enthusiast.

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Jaguar XJ6 Gold Edition

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A magnificent Jaguar XJ6 Gold Edition with just 30,986 miles and full history.

EQUIPMENT
Gold grille, boot and wheel badges, gold twin coachlines, four circular halogen lamps, electrically adjustable and heated door mirrors, electric window lifters, electric steel sliding sunroof, contoured seats with hand-stitched leather facings, deep pile carpeting, heated windscreen washers, tinted glass, Jaguar sound system, trip computer, hand-cut walnut fascia panel and door cappings, remote central locking, illuminated door and console packs, driver and passenger airbag, trip computer with cyclic display.

EXTERIOR
This elegant and distinguished Jaguar XJ6 Gold Edition is finished in rich Regency Red Pearl Metallic (code CFA/734).  The factory original paintwork displays a stunning polished shine and uniform finish.  The beautiful and unmistakable lines of the XJ40 are accentuated by the double Gold Edition coachline which catch the eye instantly, and the unique gold grille and rear boot badges all remain in excellent condition.  Absolutely corrosion free, the impeccable paintwork has been remarkable well preserved with only a tiny scratch to the nearside front arch and very minimal lacquer lift to the offside A-pillar worthy of mention.  All chrome and rubber trim sections are perfect.  A spotlessly clean engine compartment completes the appeal of this extraordinary enthusiast owned example.  A truly cherished classic Jaguar.

INTERIOR
A sumptuous, luxurious and spotlessly clean interior is trimmed in original Jaguar Magnolia (code AEM) and is complemented by burr walnut veneer on the dashboard, doors and gear knob, all perfect.  The protective carpet mats supplied when new are still in place and are wear free, commensurate with an example of such low mileage.  The headlining is completely intact and pristine.  All the instrumentation and controls function correctly including the cyclic displays.  The sculptured supple leather seats are immensely comfortable with electric height and lumber control offering the optimum driving position for all drivers.  The factory fitted high power eight speaker Jaguar audio system serenades an otherwise tranquil refined cockpit.  Sheer automotive indulgence.

ENGINE & TRANSMISSION
This six cylinder AJ6 all alloy engine displaces 3239cc and produces 216bhp.  A top speed of 137mph and 0-60 on 8.6 seconds is effortlessly achieved in a most civilised manner. Maintained to a high standard, the beautifully smooth engine is whisper quiet at all speeds and the four speed automatic transmission is seamless with instant kick-down.

WHEELS, TYRES & BRAKES
The gleaming diamond turned Kiwi style alloy wheels with the unique gold wheel badges are stunning.  Just one tiny scuff and section of lacquer lift to the offside front interrupt an otherwise perfect set.  All 225/60 R16 tyres have excellent tread remaining and the space saver spare is shod with original Pirelli item.  The ABS braking system with YAW control offers safe, rapid stopping power.

HISTORY FILE
Registered new on the 21st March 1994 by Jaguar Main Dealers Colliers of Sutton Coldfield, this low owner example has covered just 30,986 miles from new.  The supplying dealer front and rear screen stickers remain in place.  The original service booklet displays many stamped entries from both Colliers Jaguar and independent specialists along with every MOT certificate from new to fully support the incredibly low mileage.  All the original Jaguar handbooks, service books and manuals are contained in the black leather folder and a collection of invoices and receipts also accompany the history file along with two sets of keys with remote fobs.

Built to mark the end of the XJ40 production before the X300 model was launched, this exemplary Jaguar XJ6 Gold Edition is simply superb and a true credit to its former enthusiast keepers.  One for continued preservation and enjoyment.

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Jaguar E-Type Series 2 4.2 2+2 FHC

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A UK Jaguar E-Type Series 2 4.2 2+2 FHC with a warranted 15,715 miles from new.

EQUIPMENT
Full width wrap-round bumpers, sealed beam asymmetric headlights, side reflectors, twin reversing lights, collapsible steering column, revolution counter, battery condition indicator, water and oil pressure gauge, fuel light, electronic clock, rocker switches, map reading light, cigar lighter with luminous socket, recessed choke and heater controls, recessed disc shape ventilation direction controls, padded screen rail, lockable glove compartment, interior boot release. Factory Options: Power assisted steering, Borg Warner automatic transmission, heated rear window, chrome pressed wheels.

EXTERIOR
Costing more than the Open Two-Seater and Fixed Head Coupe, the 2+2 model was Jaguars flagship E-Type model and only 1041 Series 2 RHD examples were produced.  Finished in opulent Regency Red this car looks striking at any angle.  Purists will be astounded by the originality of this cherished vehicle and soon forgive the minor blemishes and dings all revealing an honest factory built example rather than a stripped restored ‘as new’ car.  A letter in the history file from the first owner until 2012 confirms garage storage from new and even explains a small imperfection to the bonnet thanks to a mechanic leaving a spanner on the engine! The chrome enhancements, slightly tarnished, still sparkle despite never having been re-chromed and all badges, glass and Lucas headlamps are factory fitted.  The ‘Guaranteed Underbody Protection Sticker’ and ‘Triplex Electrically Heated’ stickers as attached from new and are still present on the front and rear screens.  Incredibly rare, unique and virtually unrepeatable.

INTERIOR
Manufactured on the 3rd June 1970 this incredible E-Type Jaguar still has factory fitted interior.  Fully upholstered in finest quality Black Vaumol leather over deep Dunlopillo cushions only found on grand marques, it offers a unique combination of patina, aroma and natural grain.  Unbelievably the headrests have never had the protective clear wrapping removed and there is a small mark to the centre console.  The deep pile carpeting can be lifted to reveal original thick underlay and pristine metal floors.  All Smiths gauges, smooth contour rocker type switches operate correctly and the 160mph speedometer reminds the driver of the sporting credentials.  The three-spoke lightweight alloy steering wheel with wood rim proudly displaying the growler badge is divine.  A real automotive indulgence.

ENGINE & TRANSMISSION
The desirable six cylinder 4.2 litre XK engine with twin overhead camshafts and three S.U carburetters produces 265bhp and performs impeccably with silky smooth power delivery thanks to the very low mileage credentials and expert maintenance.  Labels and stickers attached from new are still visible on components.  Only available on the flagship 2+2 FHC is the optional automatic Borg Warmer Model 8 with dual drive range D1/D2 and it performs faultlessly. A beautifully matched engine/gearbox combination with the added delight of factory optional power steering gives real world relaxing driving pleasure.

WHEELS, TYRES & BRAKES
Optional special chromium plated pressed steel wheels cost an extra £31. 6 shillings and 8 pence as per the original sales invoice and present immaculately with a mirror shine and no damage.  Matching Avon 185 HR15 tyres are fitted with ample tread.  Servo assisted disc brakes all round with independent hydraulic circuits front and rear stop the car adequately.

HISTORY FILE
Truly remarkable and a collectors dream.  The Jaguar Heritage Trust Certificate confirms this to be a matching numbers RHD UK example despatched on the 12th August 1970 to Lex Motor Co, Wembley.  Purchased by Dr Irene Prosser with assistance from her father, a famous surgeon, on the 1st November 1970.  The total price of the vehicle including factory options was £3,056 as clearly documented on the original purchase invoice. Owned and cherished by her for the next 42 years with minimal use due to a demanding successful career.  Upon having her daily Jaguar serviced at Main Dealers, Clelands, she entered into conversation with the Dealer Principal and retired British Touring Car Championship, (BTCC), Driver, John Cleland, who made a point of thanking her for her repeat business and loyalty and to remind her he would like to purchase her very low mileage Jaguar E-Type!  On this occasion his persistence paid off she agreed to sell the car for a large sum of money.  Owned by Mr Cleland and his Jaguar Dealership for two years, but never registered to him, it was used for Jaguar shows and on display in his new car showroom.  Sold to the second and only other registered keeper in 2014, Mr Jayesh Patel a serial car collector owning other iconic cars such as a Ferrari 348 GTB and Aston Martin V8, a photograph of him collecting the car from John Cleland himself at the Dealership is included in the history file along with the purchase invoice.  Mr Patel has adored the car to the present day.

Absolutely all documentation from purchase is included within the Lex Group wallet including the original purchase invoice, price guide with the options ticked and handbooks.  Service invoices throughout are present and a letter dated 23rd August 2014 from Dr Prosser to Mr Patel beautifully detailing the cars history is present along with two sets of keys.

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