FOR SALE 

  • JAGUAR SS90 COMPETITION 1935

    Chassis: 249476. Matching #: All matching numbers. Top speed: 110 mph. Engine: 20 HP Side valve with works power up-rates. Gearbox: Close ratio four speed manual. Steering: RHD. Condition: Immaculate and restored to perfection. Competition history: Yes. Rarity rank: Unique first Jaguar sports car. Produced: 24 cars. Survivors: 21 cars.

    SS90's are the first jaguar sports cars produced when the brand was still called SS and fitted with side valve engines, here on offer is the very first production car completed after the one-off prototype car and up-rated for introduction & rally purposes and the only car for this purpose used by Sir William himself it comes with continuous history of new and was nearly 60 years in single ownership and now for nearly 20 years in our posision, it's restored to immaculate condition by ourselves over a long term period and comes on the button.

    Price: An realistic offer can purchase.

  • JAGUAR SS100 COUPE 1938

    Chassis: 39088. Matching #: All matching numbers. Top speed: 105 mph. Engine: 3500 cc ohv Gearbox: Four speed manual. Steering: RHD. Condition: Very good in all respects. Competition history: No. Rarity rank: Unique piece of art. Produced: One car.

    Perhaps the most extraordinairy British car ever, she is a one-off Jaguar SS100 works car and a true piece of art with a super light-weight coupe body wearing a muscle straight six power plant low between her fenders, a historical piece that reminds to the days Britain still had own car factories and working hands and wake-up minds, she was introduced in 1938 at the Earls Court motorshow where she was instantly star of the show and sold at first day and from new nicknamed "Grey lady"  she is in authentic restored condition and comes with continuous history of new, estimated value 2019 €14.000.000,=

    Price: An realistic offer can purchase.

  • JAGUAR XK120 OTS 1950

    Chassis: 670312. Matching #: All matching numbers. Top speed: 125 mph. Engine: 3442 cc ohc twin cam. Gearbox: Four speed manual. Steering: LHD. Condition: Superb & untouched original. Rarity rank: Collection piece.

    New delivered to Mr Louis F Carini of Wethersfield Conecticut US who sold her at the 29th of june 1987 to Mr John K Patys with only 3500 miles from new and in October 1996 we bought her from Mr Patys through our friends of Paradise Garage London with only 3850 miles from new, today she has just done 4491 miles from new and throughout in untouched time warp condition and irriplacable, she is the ultimate XK120 for one of worlds first collections.

    Price: € 775.000