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2010-11-06 13:40:48  |  Bleasie writes:

This car currently with Coys
& will be auctioned on December 7th 2020
current Owner owns Reading Football Club.
The Reg number originaly quoted was wrong it on his AC Cobra

2010-11-06 13:41:26  |  Anonymous writes:

& will be auctioned on December 7th 2020
sorry 2010

2010-11-27 09:18:27  |  pauls writes:

Coy's description:

TRUE GREATS, Royal Horticultural Halls, London
Tuesday 7th December 2010
Royal Horticultural Halls
Elverton Street, Westminster, SW1P 2PE

From the private collection of Sir John Madejski
1993 Jaguar XJ220 – 1,822 Miles and One Owner From New
Lot 735
Registration Number: UK Registered
Chassis Number: 220834
Estimate: £100,000 - £130,000

Sir John Robert Madejski OBE DL has a wide range of commercial interests, spanning property, broadcast media, hotels, restaurants, publishing and football.

Sir John is the founder of the magazine which became The Autotrader, chairman of Reading Football Club, Chancellor of the University of Reading and Deputy Lieutenant of Berkshire.

He is also a benefactor to many institutions, especially in academia, education and the arts.

As you would expect from the founder of The Autotrader Sir John is a true ‘petrol head’ and owns a large number of luxury and performance cars, one of which is this Jaguar XJ220.

At the 1988 British Motor Show the sensational Jaguar XJ220 concept prototype was revealed to the public; a lightweight two-seater designed as a modern-day successor to the XJ13 sports-racing prototype of 1966.

It was the ultimate supercar; a limited edition, 200mph plus piece of pure automotive sculpture, the 220 part of the name denoting the targeted top speed. The following year the vehicle would officially be given a price tag of no less than £361,000.

Predictably orders and the mandatory £80,000 deposits flooded in from all corners of the world. Producing an impressive 549bhp at 7,000rpm and 473lb.ft at 4,500rpm, the XJ220 proved more than capable of reaching its quoted maximum speed of 220mph.

Combined with a 0-60mph acceleration time of a brutal 3.5 seconds, the XJ220 was indisputably the fastest road car in the world.

Offered direct from Sir John Madejski this car was purchased new by Sir John on April 28th 1993.

This right hand drive example of Jaguar’s classic supercar is finished in its original silver with black leather interior and has completed just 1,822 miles from new, making it one of the best XJ220s available on the open market.

Complete with original tool kit, service record with history from specialists throughout 2005, 2006 and 2007 (including a bill of £17,690 from specialists Modena Group High Wycombe), and all original books and manuals, this is a rare opportunity to acquire a superb example of this legendary supercar for a fraction of the original price.

2011-01-22 23:29:43  |  pauls writes:

Auction Coys, True Greats, Royal Horticultural Halls, London
Type Car
Lot Number 735
Estimate £100000-£130000
Outcome SOLD
Hammer Price (inc premium) £147000
Year 1993
Condition rating 0
Registration number
Chassis number 220834

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