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Mileage 279 miles

A home market 1962 Jaguar E-type race car finished in Opalescent Silver Blue with full race specification and FIA Historic Technical Passports.
Mileage 262 miles

This car has been subject to a total frame-off nut and bolt restoration to very high standards. The attention to detail, fit and finish is truly exceptional. Only 200 test miles have been completed since.
Mileage 4,000 miles

Exceptional 4,000 mile, left hand drive, 1973 Series 3 E-type, finished in Regency Red with biscuit interior and chrome pressed wheels.
Mileage 85,216 miles

This vehicle is a very early vehicle exported from Solihull to Land Rover South Africa for assembly. It was later registered in January 1991. The vehicle spent the majority of is life being very well looked after prior to its return to the UK in 2018 when it was purchased by Jaguar Land Rover Classic as part of the Works Legend programme. The patina of this vehicle is exceptional for a vehicle of this age and life in South Africa.
Mileage 59,600 miles

Stunningly rare example with Zytek Ignition System. Registered by Jaguar Mead of Chelmsford on the 22nd May 1992. Family owned since new.
Mileage 48,000 miles

This Range Rover was registered on 01/05/1990, Finished in Plymouth Blue with a Grey Velour interior, having a significant history file its very clear to see this version has been extensively maintained irrespective of cost, the history file contains many receipts along with historic MOT certificates.

Mileage 8,718 miles

Outstanding example, RHD, 1971 Series 3 E-type Rob Beere Racing 7 Litre Upgrade. Finished in Grey with black interior and wire wheels.

Mileage 894 miles

One of 150 launched in January 2018 as a low-volume, high performance birthday special to mark Land Rover's 70th anniversary. More photos coming soon.

Mileage 57,161 miles

Stunning example of a Land Rover Series One which has been completely restored through Jaguar Land Rover's Reborn programme based at Classic Works. Originally a 1949 military issue vehicle which was assigned to the British Airborne Forces as evident by the Pegasus symbol on the front and rear which has since been renewed post build. First non-military UK registered in January 2020.