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United KingdomLSK701

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Record Creation: Entered on 11 May 2011.


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2011-05-11 11:07:58 | pauls writes:

Car was at auction 4/11

Auction description:
Lot No: 135
Manufacturer Jaguar Cars
Model MKIX 4.2 (MK9)
First Registered 1961
Registration No LSK701
Engine No 7R369429
Chassis No 775939
MOT Oct 2011
Colour DuoTone Grey

The example offered here has been the subject of an upgrade to the 4.2 litre, XK engine and later automatic gearbox, with floor shift. It is also equipped with a sliding steel sunroof, individual front seats, a new 16" Motolita woodrim steering wheel and a reconditioned period Motorola radio, which has been equipped with an MP3 connection.

Finished in duo-tone grey with red leather interior, the car was previously registered abroad and repatriated to the UK in 1991, since when it has had three owners, the last since 1999. It is offered with a number of previous MOT certificates, an original operating and maintenance manual (as new), is MOT'd to Oct 2011 and has Historic tax through to December.

This extremely sound MKIX is said to drive very well indeed and offers outstanding value for money.

Estimate £10,000-12,000

2011-05-19 18:37:59 | pauls writes:

Sold £9250+Prem

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