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Porsche 968 Cabriolet Porsche 968 Cabriolet – a rare and wonderful thing For a car that delivers not far short of minor supercar performance and handling, the 968’s build quality is outstanding too. Though it is fair to say the Cabrio is more of a cruiser. It’s instantly clear that all 968s were designed specifically as proper sportscars from the moment you settle into the driver’s seat. If you’re a fan of the marque you’ll know about the 968’s driver appeal, its reliability and ruggedness. It was voted by Performance Car magazine the best handling car 1993, so even then the 968 had a lot going for it. Nowadays its quite a rare sight on Britain’s roads, and coupled with the fact that it was only produced for three years, makes used examples less than commonplace. 968s have a 3.0-litre engine and rack and pinion power-assisted steering,  is powered by the 944 S2’s 3.0-litre engine, but with variable valve timing to improve power, torque and fuel economy. Factor in super-responsive steering, old fashioned rear drive and a front-rear weight distribution that’s not far off 50:50, and you’re left with a car whose heart and soul is pure sportscar. Our 1993 model has a […] £15,495
  • Manual
  • Petrol
  • 104,000 Miles
  • Convertible
  • 1993

Porsche 968 Cabriolet – a rare and wonderful thing For a car that delivers not far short of minor supercar performance and handling, the 968’s build quality is outstanding too. Though it is fair to say the Cabrio is more of a cruiser. It’s instantly clear that all 968s were designed specifically as proper sportscars from the moment you settle into the driver’s seat. If you’re a fan of the marque you’ll know about the 968’s driver appeal, its reliability and ruggedness. It was voted by Performance Car magazine the best handling car 1993, so even then the 968 had a lot going for it. Nowadays its quite a rare sight on Britain’s roads, and coupled with the fact that it was only produced for three years, makes used examples less than commonplace. 968s have a 3.0-litre engine and rack and pinion power-assisted steering,  is powered by the 944 S2’s 3.0-litre engine, but with variable valve timing to improve power, torque and fuel economy. Factor in super-responsive steering, old fashioned rear drive and a front-rear weight distribution that’s not far off 50:50, and you’re left with a car whose heart and soul is pure sportscar. Our 1993 model has a […]

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Jaguar Sovereign 4.0 V8 Simply the very best £7,995
  • Automatic
  • Petrol
  • 64,000 Miles
  • Saloon
  • 1998

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Daimler V8 – 4.0Ltr LWB Superb car with superb documented history A lovely example of this rarest of the Jaguar flagship models. Finished in Topaz metallic paint with Ivory Autolux leather. The high specification includes burr walnut finishing including rear picnic tables, along with air conditioning, memory heated front seats, electric steering column, crusie control, CD autochanger, alloy wheels. This car has had a small fortune spent on it with two standout items being a recondition engine non nikasil (£4700) and reconditioned gearbox (£3000) at 75000 miles for which there issupporting paperwork alonsgide a signicant documented additional history such as every MOT evr it seems!  The last owner was meticulous in record keeping. Within the stamped service book 10496miles 19273 miles 28236 miles 37116 miles 53390 miles 61937 miles 70000 miles 89258 miles Other significant work – but there is much more more. Essentailly including the gearbox and engine this car has a spend of circa £18000 spent since 2004 all of which is documented 2012 – Throttle assembly 2014 – Brake Master Cylinder and Bushes   – £1013 2014 – Engine Mangement – £416 2015 – Shocks – £410 2019 – headlining and mechanical recommissioning £7,295
  • Automatic
  • Petrol
  • 89,000 Miles
  • Saloon
  • 1998

Superb car with superb documented history A lovely example of this rarest of the Jaguar flagship models. Finished in Topaz metallic paint with Ivory Autolux leather. The high specification includes burr walnut finishing including rear picnic tables, along with air conditioning, memory heated front seats, electric steering column, crusie control, CD autochanger, alloy wheels. This car has had a small fortune spent on it with two standout items being a recondition engine non nikasil (£4700) and reconditioned gearbox (£3000) at 75000 miles for which there issupporting paperwork alonsgide a signicant documented additional history such as every MOT evr it seems!  The last owner was meticulous in record keeping. Within the stamped service book 10496miles 19273 miles 28236 miles 37116 miles 53390 miles 61937 miles 70000 miles 89258 miles Other significant work – but there is much more more. Essentailly including the gearbox and engine this car has a spend of circa £18000 spent since 2004 all of which is documented 2012 – Throttle assembly 2014 – Brake Master Cylinder and Bushes   – £1013 2014 – Engine Mangement – £416 2015 – Shocks – £410 2019 – headlining and mechanical recommissioning

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BMW 530i SE (E39) One owner and low mileage – exceptional opportunity Not many E39’s come up for sale as most people have got no reason to sell, and it is little known fact that One owner and 44ooo miles the BMW E39 got rated the best car in the world for its life, and it still is better than most up-to-date modern rivals. This car is the best compromise between sport/luxury, power/economy, and it is oozes class and performance There aren’t too many surprises with a 5 Series. You know it’s going to be beautifully built, great to drive, understated and well equipped. This BMW is no exception but with its low mileage and single ownership this has to be one the best around and also has the SE trim The E39 was also an impressive piece of engineering, using more lightweight materials than any previous BMW, including a new aluminium subframe and – for the first time in a 5-series – rack-and-pinion steering. The new set-up gave fine handling balance and a level of agility that made the E39 feel like a much smaller car from behind the wheel. The E39, when laucnched and remains a true great. One of the best […] £6,695
  • Automatic
  • Petrol
  • 42,400 Miles
  • Saloon
  • 2002

One owner and low mileage – exceptional opportunity Not many E39’s come up for sale as most people have got no reason to sell, and it is little known fact that One owner and 44ooo miles the BMW E39 got rated the best car in the world for its life, and it still is better than most up-to-date modern rivals. This car is the best compromise between sport/luxury, power/economy, and it is oozes class and performance There aren’t too many surprises with a 5 Series. You know it’s going to be beautifully built, great to drive, understated and well equipped. This BMW is no exception but with its low mileage and single ownership this has to be one the best around and also has the SE trim The E39 was also an impressive piece of engineering, using more lightweight materials than any previous BMW, including a new aluminium subframe and – for the first time in a 5-series – rack-and-pinion steering. The new set-up gave fine handling balance and a level of agility that made the E39 feel like a much smaller car from behind the wheel. The E39, when laucnched and remains a true great. One of the best […]

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Jaguar Sovereign 4.0ltr- LWB Jaguar XJ Long Wheel Base – Space the final frontier This the wonderful Long Wheel Base Sovereign.  A nice example of this marque with great colour combination. Has had 4 owners of which we are the last as we used for the occasional chauffeuring of VIPs mainly because it retains a certain cache, looks the part and certainly  is luxurious comfort;  with the LWB providing acres of space in the rear. The car was been meticulously looked after by the previous owner who is known to us. The private plate will not come with the car. Service history An impressive service history with almost regimented, near metronomic year on year servicing –  see following: 18/08/97 – 7,713 miles 13/09/98 – 15,441 miles 12/08/99 – 21,769 miles 16/08/00 – 29,840 miles 16/08/01 – 34,070 miles 27/11/03 – 47,402 miles 18/11/04 – 52,273 miles 18/11/05 – 55,568 miles 08/11/06 – 62,843 miles 20/11/07 – 68,944 miles 11/11/08  – 76,905 miles 11/11/09 – 81,005 miles 01/11/10 – 86,380 miles 04/11/11 – 91,545 miles 01/11/12 – 96466 miles 20/11/14 – 105,171 miles 28/10/15 – 109,817 miles Other work undertaken New Drive belt in 2011 Exhaust silencer in 2015 Front shocks in 2017 £3,650
  • Automatic
  • Petrol
  • 114,000 Miles
  • Saloon
  • 1996

Jaguar XJ Long Wheel Base – Space the final frontier This the wonderful Long Wheel Base Sovereign.  A nice example of this marque with great colour combination. Has had 4 owners of which we are the last as we used for the occasional chauffeuring of VIPs mainly because it retains a certain cache, looks the part and certainly  is luxurious comfort;  with the LWB providing acres of space in the rear. The car was been meticulously looked after by the previous owner who is known to us. The private plate will not come with the car. Service history An impressive service history with almost regimented, near metronomic year on year servicing –  see following: 18/08/97 – 7,713 miles 13/09/98 – 15,441 miles 12/08/99 – 21,769 miles 16/08/00 – 29,840 miles 16/08/01 – 34,070 miles 27/11/03 – 47,402 miles 18/11/04 – 52,273 miles 18/11/05 – 55,568 miles 08/11/06 – 62,843 miles 20/11/07 – 68,944 miles 11/11/08  – 76,905 miles 11/11/09 – 81,005 miles 01/11/10 – 86,380 miles 04/11/11 – 91,545 miles 01/11/12 – 96466 miles 20/11/14 – 105,171 miles 28/10/15 – 109,817 miles Other work undertaken New Drive belt in 2011 Exhaust silencer in 2015 Front shocks in 2017

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Jaguar XJ 4.0 Ltr Sovereign – Long Wheel Base (X300) This elegant 4.o Litre XJ Jaguar is the Long Wheel Base version. She is in a lovely colour way with the regal Jade green metallic paint and light tan interior. Recent work includes a new headling and windscreen at almost £900  and the car was MOT’s in January of this year. The car has an impressive service history with a stamped book up to 86512 miles with a total of 4 owners since 1996 The Jaguar XJ, X300, was built between 1994 and 1997, and can be considered an evolution of the XJ40. The design of the X300 placed emphasis on improved build quality, improved reliability, and a return to traditional Jaguar styling elements. The X300 series represented the result of a £200 million facilities renewal program by Ford and the quality shows. For not a lot of money it is a lot of car   £2,995
  • Automatic
  • Petrol
  • 96,000 Miles
  • Saloon
  • 1996

This elegant 4.o Litre XJ Jaguar is the Long Wheel Base version. She is in a lovely colour way with the regal Jade green metallic paint and light tan interior. Recent work includes a new headling and windscreen at almost £900  and the car was MOT’s in January of this year. The car has an impressive service history with a stamped book up to 86512 miles with a total of 4 owners since 1996 The Jaguar XJ, X300, was built between 1994 and 1997, and can be considered an evolution of the XJ40. The design of the X300 placed emphasis on improved build quality, improved reliability, and a return to traditional Jaguar styling elements. The X300 series represented the result of a £200 million facilities renewal program by Ford and the quality shows. For not a lot of money it is a lot of car  

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