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2012-11-11 09:13:19 | pauls writes:
Car was at auction in 2012
The Spring Sale
1995 Jaguar XJS 4.0 Sport
Lot No.: 107
Registration: M709 GDU
Chassis Number: SAJJNKED3EP192172
Engine Number: 9EPCNA100024
Number of cylinders: 6
Year of Manufacture: 1995
Sold for (£): 13,000.00
The exceptional example offered for sale here today is an XJS 4.0L Sports Coupé. Boasting only 3 former keepers from new, the last owner since January 1996, this car is finished in stylish Graphite Mica with full Saville hide and light grey carpets, all of which remain in as-new condition as you'd expect from a car that has covered just 16,000 miles.
This car benefits from air conditioning, ABS, power assisted steering, alarm, immobiliser, alloy wheels, electric aerial, extremely comfortable electric memory seats, full size spare wheel located in the ample boot space, trip computer, cruise control, new front tyres, central arm rest, electric windows, Jaguar kick plates, electric wing mirrors, remote central locking and last but not least, 'Celebration' body styling.
In its current ownership this car has spent several years since 2004 off the road, recently being recommissioned and freshly MoT'd for use by a potential new owner. Originally built with a speedometer measured in kilometres, it is assumed that this righthand drive car may have been intended for export to an overseas Serviceman. This never materialised,however, and the car spent its early days in London before the speedo was changed at 4,911 kilometres (3,050 miles) for a correct UK unit now showing 13,320 at time of cataloguing (c16,000 miles combined). The service history seeks to confirm this with 6 service invoices each including MoT inspection available with the car.
Now deserving of a new owner who will appreciate and enjoy this capable motorcar in the Grand Touring manner for which it was designed and built....
2020-05-17 11:10:31 | pauls writes:
Car to return to auction 5/20
Year of manufacture: 1995
Chassis number: SAJJNKED3EP192172
# of cylinders: 6
Engine capacity: 3980
Body colour: Graphite Mica
MOT Expiry: Thursday 06 May 2021
LHD/RHD: Right-hand Drive
Registration number: M709 GDU
Engine number: 9EPCNA100024
Interior colour: Grey
Odometer Reading: 17500 miles
First registered in the UK on 17/05/1995 in Graphite Mica with Grey Saville hide
Dating from 1995, this 4-litre car features 'Celebration' bumpers and a revised interior
On offer from an eclectic collection made up of Jaguars, Aston Martins and Bentleys
Previous MOTs, service receipts and a signed declaration corroborates the mileage of c17,000
The car will benefit from a fresh MOT and further detailing prior to the sale
This exceptional motor car is finished in Graphite Mica with a Grey Saville hide interior and was first registered on the 17th May 1995. It was delivered in right-hand drive with a kilometre per hour speedometer and it's believed that it was a cancelled overseas order and that Jaguar Cars Ltd was the first keeper. In 2013 Silverstone Auctions sold the car, our vendor at the time having owned it since 1996. The speedometer was documented as being changed at 4,911 kilometres (3,050 miles) for a correct UK unit which was showing 14,620miles at the time of cataloguing or circa 17,000 miles combined. The history file contains previous MOTs detailing the mileage, main dealer service receipts and a signed declaration from a previous owner stating such. The vendor informs us that the paint is original and that the car will be detailed and MOT'd for the sale.
The XJS has finally come of age with low mileage and original cars becoming harder to find. With hindsight, it's generally felt that cars from the mid-1990s are the most desirable and we are really pleased, once again, to offer this exceptional example.