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 SAJJEAEX8AX220686 
 6A 10113 SB 12 November 1993
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 1992 Spa Silver
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2009-10-04 10:08:42 | pauls writes:

RM Auctions
Automobiles of Arizona
Friday, January 16, 2009
1992 Jaguar XJ220
www.rmauctions.com/CarDetails.cfm

LOT: 123
Estimate: $175,000-$225,000 US
Chassis No. SAJJEAEX8AX220686
AUCTION RESULTS: Lot was Sold at a price of $154,000

542bhp, 3,498 cc 24-valve twin-turbocharged V6 engine, five-speed manual transmission, four-wheel independent suspension, and four-wheel vented disc brakes. Wheelbase: 103.9"

The XJ220 presented here was formerly the property of a very prominent European car collector, who had strong ties with the Jaguar factory. The car was subsequently purchased by an owner from Connecticut who imported it to the United States and assumed all the fees and duties necessary to carry out EPA testwork, allowing this car to be road registered in the United States. A thorough mechanical checkup was conducted in 2005 (including belts, hoses and fluids) and the car was subsequently acquired by one of the country’s most prominent Jaguar collections, where it has been professionally maintained by marque specialists. It has been driven sparingly since its acquisition by the vendor and currently shows about 5,360 kilometers.

The car is also accompanied by the original bill of sale. Finished in silver with a grey interior, it remains in excellent condition throughout, in keeping with its low mileage and proper maintenance.

All told, less than 300 XJ220s were ever assembled in a short production run that began in 1992. With less than 5,400 original kilometers, this particular example remains a splendid example of Jaguar’s exhilarating supercar of the 1990s.

2020-03-04 09:21:58 | pauls writes:

Car returns to auction 5/20

rmsothebys.com/en/auctions/el20/the-elkhart-collection/lots/r0124-1993-jaguar-xj ...

Auction description:

Lot 1224

1993 Jaguar XJ220

Offered Without ReserveRM | Sotheby's - THE ELKHART COLLECTION 1 - 2 MAY 2020

Chassis No. SAJJEAEX8AX220686

Engine No. 6A 10113 SB

Body No. 215

Currently displaying 6,822 kilometers (4,239 miles)

Exquisite exterior design and competition-bred turbocharged V-6 engine

At one time the world’s fastest production model

Documented with CARFAX and JDHT certificate

THE ELKHART COLLECTION

1993 Jaguar XJ220 

2020-08-06 07:41:08 | pauls writes:

Car returns to auction 10/20

rmsothebys.com/en/auctions/el20/the-elkhart-collection/lots/r0124-1993-jaguar-xj ...

Auction description:

Lot Number 1224

1993 Jaguar XJ220

$400,000 - $500,000

Offered Without ReserveRM | Sotheby's - THE ELKHART COLLECTION 23 - 24 OCTOBER 2020 - Offered on Friday

Chassis No. SAJJEAEX8AX220686

Engine No. 6A 10113 SB

Body No. 215

The world’s fastest production car of its time

Currently displaying 6,822 kilometers (4,239 miles)

Comprehensive mechanical service by Jaguar Heritage in 2016

Documented with detailed invoice from Jaguar Heritage

Includes clean CARFAX report and JDHT certificate

Exquisite exterior design and competition-bred turbo V-6 engine

A beautifully presented example of Jaguar’s celebrated 200+ mph supercar

According to a trace certificate from the Jaguar Daimler Heritage Trust, chassis no. 220686 completed assembly in late September 1993, finished in Spa Silver and trimmed in Smoke Gray. Reportedly imported and federalized by an enthusiast residing in Connecticut, the XJ220 was later sold into a prominent collection of European sports cars.

The CARFAX report clarifies that the Jaguar was owned by a Florida-based enthusiast by 2004, and upon servicing a year later, the odometer displayed 4,654 kilometers. By mid-2008 the XJ220 was acquired by collector Jim Taylor of New York, and he retained possession through January 2009, when the car was sold to the current owner. The beautifully presented supercar was submitted to Jaguar Heritage for comprehensive servicing in 2016, including replacement of the fuel bladders, for which the invoice is included on file, totaling nearly £86,000 (~US$105,000). Most recently, the Jaguar was fitted with a correct set of new XJ220 tires; the originals also accompany the car.

Currently displaying 6,822 kilometers (4,239 miles), this exquisite XJ220 is a minimally driven example characterized by exceptional quality. It is one of only a handful of turnkey examples, and one of fewer which have been comprehensively serviced both mechanically and cosmetically by Jaguar Heritage. It would make a fantastic complement to any supercar gathering or Jaguar collection, offering the distilled and highly developed vision of the Saturday Club, with build executed by the company’s potent motorsports division. Chassis no. 220686 is ideal for display at concours d’elegance and supercar exhibitions or may be admired for its voluptuous design within the confines of any private collection.

Sold $483,500

2021-07-19 07:27:40 | pauls writes:

Car to return to auction 8/21

rmsothebys.com/en/auctions/MO21/Monterey/lots/r0104-1993-Jaguar-XJ220/1128252

Auction description:

Monterey

1993 Jaguar XJ220

Monterey, California 12 - 14 August 2021

Chassis No. SAJJEAEX8AX220686

Engine No.6A 10113 SB

Body No. 215

Documents US Title

A beautifully presented example of Jaguar’s celebrated 200-plus mph supercar

Driven only 6,837 kilometers (~4,249 miles) at time of cataloguing

Comprehensive mechanical service by Jaguar Heritage in 2016, including fuel bladder replacement

Documented with detailed invoice from Jaguar Heritage; accompanied by JDHT certificate

Exquisite exterior design and competition-bred turbocharged V-6 engine

At one time distinguished as the world’s fastest production automobile, the Jaguar XJ220 humbly began as the pet project of a number of Coventry’s design staff, who were soon dubbed the Saturday Club for their efforts after regular business hours. Director of product engineering Jim Randall conceptualized the model as an extension of the successful XJR sports racers, originally envisioning a dual-purpose V-12–powered Group B car with all-wheel drive capable of competing with the Ferrari F40 and Porsche 959.

A prototype presented at the 1988 Birmingham International Motor Show received unanimous praise, and customer interest skyrocketed. But Jaguar was not in the habit of building supercars, and the timing of Ford’s acquisition of the British boutique led to a conflict in corporate priorities. Build of the XJ220 was therefore eventually delegated to Jaguar Sport, the subsidiary racing company that the marque had created in tandem with Tom Walkinshaw Racing (TWR), the competition concern responsible for the latest evolution of XJR race cars.

TWR had created a new power plant for the XJR-11 racer of 1989, a 542-horsepower, all-alloy turbocharged V-6 that was developed from Austin-Rover’s Group B rally car. This turbo V-6, dubbed the JV6, was chosen to be the new power plant for the XJ220, and the motor’s diminutive volume and size allowed it to be neatly packaged amidships within slippery aluminum coachwork penned by Jaguar Design’s Keith Helfet. Entering production in 1992, the XJ220 was named for its projected top speed, 220 mph, which was very nearly achieved in a time trial on the high-bank test track in Nardo, Italy. The model proved quicker to 60 mph than both the F40 and Lamborghini Diablo (at 3.7 seconds) and even set a new lap record for a production car at the Nürburgring.

Fewer than 300 examples of the XJ220 were built through 1994, at which point the program was canceled in the wake of the collapse of the supercar market. Rightly viewed as the spiritual descendent of important sports-racing Jaguars like the XKSS and XJ13, the XJ220 forever captured the imagination of supercar enthusiasts with its sublime curves and low roof. It remains a unique favorite among marque enthusiasts today.

According to a trace certificate from the Jaguar Daimler Heritage Trust, chassis number 220686 completed assembly in late September 1993, finished in Spa Silver and trimmed in Smoke Gray. Reportedly imported and federalized by an enthusiast residing in Connecticut, the XJ220 was later sold into a prominent collection of European sports cars.

Otherwise same as above.

Sold $472,500 USD

2023-12-30 07:46:48 | pauls writes:

Car returns to auction 1/24

rmsothebys.com/en/auctions/az24/arizona/lots/r0023-1993-jaguar-xj220/1417328

Auction description:

Phoenix, Arizona 2024

1993 Jaguar XJ220

$475,000 - $600,000 USD 

Details Photos Documentation Additional Information

Chassis No. SAJJEAEX8AX220686

Documents US Title

One of less than 300 examples produced

Displays fewer than 7,000 kilometers (4,350 miles) at cataloguing time

Cloaked in Spa Silver over Smoke Grey leather

Comprehensive service performed in 2023 by Jaguar Minneapolis using parts kit from XJ220 guru Don Law Racing

Major mechanical service at a cost of over $105,000 by Jaguar Heritage in 2016, including a full engine rebuild, respray, and interior retrim

Accompanied by service invoices, Jaguar Daimler Heritage Trust certificate, and factory Jaguar XJ220 workshop manual

Sold $472,500 USD

2024-02-01 09:00:23 | pauls writes:

Car now offered at:

www.schmitt.com/inventory/1993-jaguar-xj220-coupe/

Seller's description:

1993 Jaguar XJ220

Saint Ann, Missouri

Color: Spa Silver

VIN: SAJJEAEX8AX220686

Mileage: 6,934km (4,308 miles)

Engine: Twin-turbocharged 3.5L V6

Transmission: 5-Speed Manual

HAGERTY VALUE $689,000 DISCOUNT $89,100 BUY IT NOW PRICE $599,900

SPECTACULAR CONDITION!

VIRTUALLY CANNOT BE TOLD FROM NEW!

ONLY 4,308 ACTUAL MILES (ODO READS 6,934KM)

JUST RELEASED FROM A WORLD-CLASS COLLECTION!

FULL RECOMMISSIONING PERFORMED AT THE FACTORY JAGUAR HERITAGE CENTER IN ENGLAND FOR $105,000

COMPREHENSIVE SERVICING PERFORMED IN 2023 BY JAGUAR OF MINNEAPOLIS FOR $65,000

DRIVES AND PERFORMS FLAWLESSLY!

ONE OF ONLY 283 BUILT

STUNNING FACTORY COLOR COMBINATION

WORLD'S FASTEST PRODUCTION CAR UPON INTRODUCTION

FULL MATCHING NUMBERS DRIVETRAIN

ACCOMPANIED WITH ITS WORKSHOP MANUAL, JAGUAR DAIMLER HERITAGE TRUST CERTIFICATE, SERVICE INVOICES, AND ORIGINAL XJ220 PRESS TOUR INVITATION/BROCHURE

ARGUABLY THE BEST EXAMPLE TO COME TO MARKET IN YEARS!

TREMENDOUS INVESTMENT POTENTIAL

A COLLECTOR'S DREAM!

Options Include:CLIMATE CONTROL AIR CONDITIONING

FIVE-SPEED MANUAL GEARBOX

TILT STEERING WHEEL

PANORAMIC GLASS ROOF

FOUR-WHEEL DISC BRAKES WITH CROSS-DRILLED ROTORS

Following the release of the sensational Porsche 959 and Ferrari F40 supercars, several other automobile companies decided to stamp their own influence on the supercar market. Jaguar’s director of product engineering, Jim Randall, wanted to field a car with the grand touring capabilities of the 959, yet have looks and performance that placed it squarely above the F40. Keith Heflet penned a gorgeous, low-slung vehicle with scissor doors and hidden headlamps whilst engineering focused on integrating a 48-valve racing V12 developed by Tom Walkinshaw Racing (TWR) with an advanced all wheel drive system. Initially shown at the 1988 Birmingham Motor Show, the prototype XJ220 was approved for production when customer interest skyrocketed.

With the Coventry factory at capacity, JaguarSport, a racing concern co-owned by the manufacturer and TWR, was assigned the task of transforming the gargantuan show car into a tractable production model. The company realized their original drivetrain was perhaps a bit too advanced, so the V12 was swapped for a 542hp twin-turbocharged V6 that had been successful in the XJR-10 and 11 race cars and the AWD was dropped entirely. As a result, the development team was able to shorten the wheelbase by eight inches. After suspension work at the Nürburgring, where the model set a lap record, and the appointment of a sumptuous interior styled by Nick Hull, the company began production, with the first cars getting delivered 1992. While the company originally intended to produce 350 cars (with customer order numbers proudly displayed on sill plates), the company ended up only producing 281. While the model was overlooked for some time given its lack of cylinders in comparison to its Ferrari and Lamborghini rivals, the XJ220 is recognized for its incredible styling and exceptional performance.

The marvelous 1993 Jaguar XJ220 featured here is finished in distinctive Spa Silver over an impeccably kept Smoke Grey leather interior. This exquisite XJ220 was produced in late September 1993 and comes fitted with a panoramic glass roof, climate control air conditioning, and, of course, its twin-turbocharged V6. Late in 2016, this XJ220 was sent back to England to the factory Jaguar Heritage Center where it received a full recommissioning at a cost of $105,000 before being shipped back to Connecticut where it joined a world-class collection. There, it was carefully stored, fastidiously maintained, and ran monthly inside a first class climate-controlled facility – ensuring this remarkable machine remained in like-new condition.

In the fall of 2023, this investment-grade Jaguar was sent to Jaguar of Minneapolis for a comprehensive service using parts purchased directly from the XJ220 gurus at Don Law Racing at a cost of $65,000. Thanks to its meticulous previous owner, this incredible Jaguar XJ220 is likely one of the most well-sorted examples available in the US and is now ready for its next caretaker. I personally believe the investment potential of this iconic supercar will grow beyond your imagination and is therefore offered to the most demanding collector, investor, or enthusiast who desires to own one of the very best at an investment price!

2024-02-02 07:19:39 | pauls writes:

Car now on ebay:

www.ebay.com/itm/395174747010

Same seller and price for 29 days

2024-04-06 06:14:49 | pauls writes:

Car returns to ebay:

www.ebay.com/itm/395318711859

Same seller and price, $599,900, for 29 days

2024-06-08 06:50:11 | pauls writes:

Car returns to ebay:

www.ebay.com/itm/395455114259

Same seller and price, $599,900, for 29 days

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