|Right Hand Drive|
|19 October 1992|
|6A 10263 SB||19 October 1992|
|29 August 1992|
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Record Creation: Entered on 13 October 2009.
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This is the "firewall" VIN. (North American cars also have a different VIN in the lower corner of the windshield.)
- SAJ: Jaguar Cars, Limited
- J: Manufacturer: Jaguar
- E: Model Line: XJ220
- A: Market: Baseline
- E: Body Style: Coupe
- X: Engine: 3.5 Litre, V6, Twin Turbo
- 7: Transmission: Manual, RHD
- A: Model: XJ-S
- X: Various: Experimental (?)
- 220877: Sequential serial number
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2009-10-13 13:30:35 | Bleasie writes:
Private Collections Bucks
2009-10-27 09:59:45 | terry mcgrath writes:
sill number 109
It was originally registered with engine number 6A10235SB this was later corrected to number above.
First owner was Australian Kerry Manolas and it arrived in Australia november 1993 as Iunderstand it was sent here tax free as long as it left after a period of time (12 months) and was sent to NZ for sale presumably back to UK
2009-10-27 10:07:55 | terry mcgrath writes:
finished up back in UK with Duncan Hamilton advertised in Classic and Sportscar may 1996
noted as 24th car delivered
2009-11-06 10:59:56 | pauls writes:
Car is or was offered at:
Private Collections Ltd
I am very proud to offer for sale again this fantastic and very well maintained 1993 Jaguar XJ220, finished in Silver with full gray leather , the car has got a fantastic history from new and has spent all its life in private car collections and I have now got the car for sale for the 3rd time. She is now ready for a new home and will complement any car collection, the car also has a full service history new tanks and is ready to go.
This rare car is a good investment and is a very special car to drive ( its not difficult).
2010-04-18 04:37:02 | boxa writes:
anyone know what the big yellow knob is below the dash in the centre of the console? It is certainly not original and looks like a mechanical device of some kind.
2011-02-08 19:01:46 | Tim Burton writes:
I own the car which is registered now on French Plates. The yellow knob is a brake bias control (balance bar)
fitted by Don Law as part of a brake upgrade, which included dual servos and cooling ducting to the brakes. The carbon metallic brake pads were bedded in by Don Law and Win Percy at Mallory Park.
2013-02-02 00:31:50 | Mark writes:
Lets not forget that this was the Jaguar XJ 220 that was involved in the Kings Cross Tunnel and ran into the back of a Ford Capri.
Type in Doug Mulray XJ220 in Youtube.