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1989 Jaguar Sport (TWR/Jaguar) XJR 3.6
1989 Jaguar Sport (TWR/Jaguar) XJR 3.6

1989 Jaguar Sport (TWR/Jaguar) XJR 3.6

JAGUAR XJR

£12,650

GBP

PRICE

27TH JUN 2020

AUCTION DATE

FOR THIS SALE

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FOR THIS SALE

$15,660 • € 13,966

Chassis #: SAJJPALH3AA592460 • Odometer: 52693

Classic Car Auctions • CCA June Live Online Auction 2020

A genuine example of the very rare JaguarSport XJR... JaguarSport, an independent TWR/Jaguar collaboration to build and tune bespoke Jaguar road cars They were built in small numbers alongside the Le-Mans winning XJR-9 at the TWR HQ in Kidlington This is a genuine JaguarSport XJR featuring recognised JaguarSport performance enhancements Superbly finished in Signal Red with a classic red-piped Magnolia leather interior Only one previous owner (husband and wife) prior to our vendor. Warranted 52,7...

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