|Left Hand Drive|
|16 December 1993|
|19 October 1993|
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2009-10-15 05:18:49 | XJ220 Data writes:
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2010-10-25 13:06:51 | Bleasie writes:
Just located it for sale by Maximillian Cooper
I allways said it was not Don Law's car
2010-12-05 11:21:03 | pauls writes:
Sellers 2/18/10 description:
I’ve decided to sell my incredibly rare 1993 Jaguar XJ220S Supercar as I feel its time I give some love to something else. It’s one of only 6 Carbon Fibre race spec editions made for the road and cost over £600,000 new. It has every extra that you can imagine including race brakes, 650 BHP, etc…It has only done 11,000 miles and is properly looked after by Don Law, Jaguar’s XJ220 specialist.
I’m offering it for the bargain price of £165,000 GBP. So if your budget doesn’t stretch to the £700,000 plus pricetags of a Bugatti Veyron or Ferrari Enzo and you were thinking of getting a new Lambo Gallardo or basic Ferrari then how about getting something a whole lot more special…this is a piece of motoring HISTORY that would be a major car in any collection – and certainly turns heads!
I’ve uploaded a few photos of it…including images of its fresh white body repaint at XK Engineering. It’s THE MOST FAMOUS Jaguar XJ220 ever produced, and has featured in over 600 magazines around the world in the past 3 years, and has been displayed at Pebble Beach, Goodwood Festival of Speed, Salon Prive, and at several film premieres on the red carpet, including ‘Gone in 60 Seconds’.
The car is in absolutely PERFECT and STUNNING museum condition. Just email me any questions or to arrange to view it.