An opportunity to own what was once the fastest production road car in the world, this Silverstone Green XJ220 LHD complete with Sand leather trim, was first registered in 1997, and has less than 5,200 miles recorded.
This iconic supercar, is an impeccable example of the 277 production cars, built between 1992 and 1994. Presented in Spa Silver with Grey leather, the car is in excellent condition, and has undergone preparation and service at Classic Works.
This impeccable Daimler is presented in Old English White, with optional velour interior, and Kent alloy wheels. It comes complete with an excellent maintenance history, including a detailed previous restoration.
Supplied new into the U.S. in 1995, this extremely rare XJS is one of only 1,787 6.0 litre convertibles manufactured. Showing less than 44,000 miles and finished in Ice Blue Metallic with Oatmeal leather, this is a beautiful example of an XJS.
XJS Coupe finished in kingfisher Blue with Doe Skin leather trim with carpets to match which is totally umarked Features include, electric seats, Electric mirrors, Cruise control, Trip computer, air conditioning, Heated rear window, All owners manuals, Spare set of keys copies of previous MOT's. This vehicle has covered 34000 Miles. A real head-turner.
With just 21,000 miles recorded, this exceptional Platinum Silver XK8 comes complete with a range of Arden accessories including sports exhaust, body kit and mesh front grille, and full service history.
Manufactured in Solihull in November 1974 and destined for New Zealand, this car has been subject to an extensive and high quality refurbishment and repaint. Showing 44,000 miles covered, and finished in its original colour of Sahara Dust.
A remarkable example of an original Range Rover. This car was built in 1979 and has covered less than 6,000 miles from new. Presented in Artic White with Bronze Herringbone interior, this car comes complete with new tyres and suspension rubbers.
The exceptional rarity and largely untouched condition, of this original factory fire tender, makes this Series 1 almost unique. Manufactured in Solihull in 1953, it was subsequently dispatched in March of the same year, to Norsk Autos, in Norway..
Built by Land Rover Special Vehicle Operations, this extended wheelbase Defender, protected the Gaydon Proving Ground for many years, and having only covered 11,000 miles, is a unique opportunity to own a real part of Land Rover's history.