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United KingdomK222JAG

Indonesia220MPH

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Record Creation: Entered on 3 October 2009.

 

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2009-10-08 20:09:50  |  XJ220 Data writes:

The record was updated:

  • Body Number was added: 008
  • Engine Number was added: 6A 10116 SB
  • Gearbox Number was added: 033
  • Factory Dispatch Year was added: 1992
  • Factory Dispatch Month was added: 08
  • Factory Dispatch Day was added: 05
  • Factory Build Year was added: 1992
  • Factory Build Month was added: 04
  • Factory Build Day was added: 06

  • 2009-10-15 04:46:24  |  XJ220 Data writes:

    The record was updated:

  • Factory Paint Color was added: monza red
  • Factory Interior Color was added: sand
  • Factory Delivery Year was added: 1992
  • Factory Delivery Month was added: 07
  • Factory Delivery Day was added: 20

  • 2017-12-06 00:37:38  |  XJ220 Data writes:

    The record was updated:

  • Body Number was changed from 008 to 164
  • Engine Number was changed from 6A 10116 SB to 6A 10291 SB
  • Gearbox Number was changed from 033 to 197
  • Original Owner City was added: Grimsby
  • Original Owner State was added: N E Lincs
  • Current City was added: Grimsby
  • Current State was added: N E Lincs
  • Last Seen was changed from 2009 to 2017
  • Registration numbers (raw data): was changed from K222JAG| to K222JAG|220MPH|
  • Registration number location (raw data): was changed from United Kingdom| to United Kingdom|Indonesia|

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    Detail Photos: Engine (3)

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    2009-10-03 15:33:42  |  Roger writes:

    www.pistonheads.com/SALES/1130057.htm

    Registration no: K222 JAG
    Chassis no: SAJ JEAEX7AX 220893
    Price: Refer Department

    It was at the 1988 British Motor Show that the sensational Jaguar XJ220 concept prototype was first revealed to the public, a lightweight two seater with a mid-mounted V12 engine designed as a modern day successor to the XJ13 sports-racing prototype of 1966. With a 6.2 litre, quadruple overhead camshaft, four valve per cylinder, 500bhp motor developed by Tom Walkinshaw Racing, an FF Developments four wheel drive system and an immense but svelte bonded aluminium body designed by Keith Helfets clothing an aluminium/honeycomb monocoque, it was the ultimate supercar, a limited edition, 200mph plus piece of pure automotive sculpture - the 220 part of the name denoted the targeted top speed - that the following year would be officially 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. When the production version was shown to the public in October 1991, however, there were significant mechanical changes compared to the prototype of three years earlier, the V12 having been substituted by an also TWR-developed, twin turbocharged, four overhead camshaft, four valve per cylinder. Producing an impressive 549bhp at 7,000rpm and 473lb.ft at 4,500rpm, the now slightly shorter XJ220 proved more than capable of reaching its target maximum speed: in 1992 at the Italian Nardo test track Formula One and sportscar ace Martin Brundle recorded 212.3mph around the banking in standard trim and 217.1mph with the catalytic converters disconnected, the latter speed equivalent to 223mph on a straight road. Combined with 0-60mph acceleration in a brutal 3.5 seconds the XJ220 was indisputably the fastest road car on the planet, and thanks to racing developed inboard wishbone suspension and huge ventilated disc brakes with four piston callipers, it held the road beautifully and stopped equally as well. Production of the car began the following year at a purpose-built factory at Bloxham in Oxfordshire with the first cars delivered in July to, amongst other well known names, Elton John and the Sultan of Brunei. Although production numbers for the exclusive Jaguar had been set at a maximum of 350, due to a collapse in demand for supercars, allied to legal proceedings instigated by enthusiast buyers as well as speculators who had ordered the XJ220 on the basis of its original V12, four wheel drive specification, ultimately just 281 examples of what remains one of the most desirable cars in the world were ever built. With just two former owners recorded from new, this most extraordinary of supercars still occupies a podium position in the worlds top ten. It has been carefully looked after particularly when you consider that the car’s folder contains bills from irrefutable XJ220 specialists Don Law and Jaguar Cars Ltd. K222JAG was featured in the 1993 January edition of Jaguar World and a copy is included in the history file. Also included in the file are the original build sheets from the factory and numerous other magazine articles featuring the car. Only 5,000 miles have passed under those mammoth rear tyres and the quality of the interior and the stunning maroon exterior reflect this. Sensibly priced, this rare example will form the cornerstone of any serious collection.


    2009-10-04 08:47:28  |  pauls writes:

    Car was at auction 5/09
    www.coys.co.uk/auctions/lot.php

    Auction description:
    Lot 247
    Registration Number: K222 JAG
    Chassis Number: SAJ JEAEX7AX 220893

    With just two former owners recorded from new, this most extraordinary of supercars still occupies a podium position in the worlds top ten. It has been carefully looked after particularly when you consider that the car’s folder contains bills from irrefutable XJ220 specialists Don Law and Jaguar Cars Ltd.

    K222JAG was featured in the 1993 January edition of Jaguar World and a copy is included in the history file. Also included in the file are the original build sheets from the factory and numerous other magazine articles featuring the car. Only 5,000 miles have passed under those mammoth rear tyres and the quality of the interior and the stunning maroon exterior reflect this. Sensibly priced, this rare example will form the cornerstone of any serious collection.
    Estimate: £110000 - £130000


    2009-10-08 14:25:09  |  Bleasie writes:

    updated 08/10/2009


    2009-10-09 06:13:24  |  Bleasie writes:

    Updated 09 October 2009


    2010-02-28 23:37:05  |  pauls writes:

    Car now offered by Coys.
    www.coys.co.uk/showroom/show_stock.php


    2017-11-28 08:00:38  |  John Bleasdale writes:

    Located in Hong Kong but it's not listed


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