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Friday, December 11, 2009

2007 Jaguar XK140 OTS Replica - Classic Car For Sale (Click Here)


Nostalgia Cars UK Ltd
Have Great Pleasure in Offering For Sale
This Stunning Jaguar XK140 Replica

This is a factory built car completed in April of 2008.

Beautifully finished in a dark pearlescent blue, with cream leather interior with contrast dark blue piping, dark blue wool carpet & beautifully patterned burr walnut dash containing magnolia faced Smiths dials with chrome bezels & is also fitted with a centre consol & armrest.

Weather equipment in dark blue mohair, including hood, side screens & storage bag, hood cover, & tonneau cover. It is powered by a 285bhp Jaguar fuel injected 3.6L AJ6 engine. Driven through a four speed automatic gearbox with J gate selector. 72 Spoke tubeless chrome wire wheels & Jaguar spinners.
This car has covered around 7000 miles since build completion in April of 2008. It has a host of factory fitted extras including the following.

Upgrade to AJ6 Engine
Contrast leather piping
Chrome wire wheels
Centre console
Magnolia faced dials
Contrast leather piping
Electronic power steering ( adjustable or can be disabled for normal driving & used for parking or town driving)
Stainless steel boot rack
Stereo system
Tracker devise
Chrome spot lights.
Tonneau cover

A newly commissioned car built to this specification would cost over £58,000.00 at current list price fitted with the extras listed.

We are able to offer this car with a factory warranty of 12 months on all major mechanical items & six months on ancillary items. It has just received a factory service & has road tax until April 2010 & as this was a factory build it is not due for its first MOT until April 2011.

I hope this is of interest to you, if so & you would like to view & test drive this fabulous car please do let us know as soon as possible.

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1 comment:

  1. I have a beautiful Jaguar MKVIII Automatic that I'm selling in South Africa. If you have any contacts that are looking, please let me know.
    Rudolf van Niekerk,