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Record Creation: Entered on 13 July 2022.

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Kickplate 139

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2017-07-17 09:09:09 | John Bleasdale writes:

Coming up for auction Aug 2017

2017-11-19 15:50:51 | pauls writes:

Car sold at above auction for $418,000

www.rmsothebys.com/mo17/monterey/lots/1993-jaguar-xj220/1703728

18 - 19 August 2017

Portola Hotel & Spa, Monterey, California

Lot Number 125

993 Jaguar XJ220

Chassis No. SAJJEAEX8AX220672

One of 281 examples produced

Single owner and only 3,390 kilometers

Imported and sold new by RM Classic Cars

Fully licensed and ready to drive in the U.S.

The world's fastest production car of its time

This example was purchased new by its current owner from RM Classic Cars. Three of the 11 total XJ220s sold by RM were exported to the United States. The EPA and DOT conversion required to import the car was performed using Jaguar parts, which were provided under warranty. Testing for compliance with emissions and safety regulations was performed by Mark Timko at Compliance and Research in Newark, New Jersey. While not being worked on, the XJ220 was stored at Jaguar's Port Storage Authority, to avoid legal complications with the importation process.

After being serviced with a new braking system, new engine seals, and new belts in 2012, this beautifully maintained Jaguar XJ220 - with only 3,390 original kilometers - is being offered by its first owner and is fully licensed and ready to enjoy in the U.S.

2022-07-13 07:34:17 | pauls writes:

Car to return to auction 8/22

rmsothebys.com/en/auctions/mo22/monterey/lots/r0125-1993-jaguar-xj220/1266601

Auction description:

Monterey

Monterey Conference Center

18 - 20 August 2022

1993 Jaguar XJ220

Offered Without Reserve

Chassis No.SAJJEAEX8AX220672

Documents US Title

Two owners from new and only 5,021 kilometers showing on the odometer at time of cataloguing

Major, engine-out service by noted XJ220 expert Don Law within the last five years

Updated to U.S. emissions before first delivery by RM Classic Cars in 2000

The world’s fastest production car of its day with a 0-60 mph time and top speed besting its supercar contemporaries, the Ferrari F40, Lamborghini Diablo, and Porsche 959

Entering production in 1992, the XJ220 followed the iconic XK120 in being named for its projected top speed, 220 mph, which was nearly achieved in a time trial on the high-bank test track in Nardo, Italy. The car proved quicker to 60 mph than the Ferrari F40, Porsche 959 and Lamborghini Diablo and even set a new lap record for a production car at the Nürburgring.

The recession of the early 1990s, combined with the significant alterations between the prototype and production example, unfortunately resulted in sparse sales. Just under 300 XJ220s ultimately rolled off the line at its dedicated Wykham Mill production facility.

A small number of these final XJ220s remained unsold at the Jaguar factory, stored inside Carcoon Automotive hermetically sealed storage systems, becoming true time capsules of supercar technology. Every six months, these cars were fully serviced and run by a Jaguar technician, accumulating a few hundred miles over their years of storage. Sold new by RM Classic Cars in late 1999 to an American client and professionally converted to U.S. emissions compliance, the XJ220 presented here is one of these extraordinarily preserved early hypercars.

After being purchased by just its second and current owner in 2017, this car was sent to XJ220 gurus Don Law Racing in Newcastle, United Kingdom for a full service. Work performed by Law’s specialists included removing the engine and transmission to replace the clutch, belts, and fluids. The fuel tank was upgraded to a racing cell with internal foam pack, full gasket pack, and over-braided stainless steel fuel hoses. The brakes, air conditioning, and cooling systems were also upgraded at a cost of close to $18,000. The exhaust was upgraded with a stainless-steel, large-bore exhaust system and fitment of straight-through catalytic bypass pipes. Finally, a leg-room modification was completed to allow drivers as tall as six feet, five inches to fit comfortably in the car.

In 2021, clear protective film was professionally applied to the entire car’s exterior, the driver’s seat bolster was reupholstered, and the engine was removed again for a 24-month service, in accordance with Don Law established protocols, which included a complete fluid service, replacing the timing belts, cam cover gaskets, spark plugs, clutch slave cylinder, pilot bearing, and throw-out bearing.

Finished in factory correct color scheme of Monza Red over Sand leather, this extraordinarily well documented and maintained example of what many enthusiasts consider to be the first hypercar is all the more exquisite given its known history as one of the few XJ220s retained by Jaguar post-launch and later sold as new.

This car will be delivered with manuals and records, a tool kit, a lug nut tool, spare bulbs, the original exhaust, a second set of period-correct BBS racing wheels with polished rims and gold wheel centers mounted with a new set of tires, the original set of tires that were delivered from the factory, and the original, sealed first-aid kit.

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