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2020-07-31 07:40:04 | Pekka T. writes:

To be auctioned by Artcurial, auctioneer's description:

French title
Chassis n° 2R50644BW

- Clear history
- Beautiful color combination
- V12 engine
- No reserve

Introduced in 1968, the XJ was designed to renew the Jaguar range by combining performance, modernism and tradition. A V12 version was available from 1972 and kept in the catalogue when the Series 2 was introduced the following year. The smooth 5.3L engine, inherited from the E Type V12 series 3, offered great driving comfort.
This elegant sedan was purchased by André Trigano in 1979 from Garage Wilson in Levallois from its first owner. It is a series 2, finished in black over beige leather interior. Having been particularly fond of the model, André Trigano installed an engine that had around 16,000km on it, in order to give it a second life. The original service book is on file as well as various manuals. A rare example of French origin, the car is well maintained and after a general service the car will be ready for use by its new owner.

We inform buyers that all the vehicles in the collection have been little used during the last years as they are part of a museum collection. They are sold as presented and therefore require recommissioning before being driven on the public roads.

© Peter Singhof

Estimation 7 000 - 8 000 €

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