|Left Hand Drive|
|15 October 1992|
|6A 10325 SB||14 October 1992|
|25 August 1992|
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Record Creation: Entered on 15 October 2009.
Database Updates: Show dataplate edits
Originality: Noted for being in "original condition"
Kick plate 033
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2009-10-15 04:28:19 | Bleasie writes:
2015-09-20 00:54:42 | pauls writes:
Car to be at auciton 10/15
1992 Jaguar XJ220 Coupé
Chassis no. SAJJEAEX8AX220874
€280,000 - 420,000
US$ 320,000 - 480,000
The Zoute Sale
9 Oct 2015 18:00 CEST
Knokke-Heist, Place Albert de Knokke Le Zoute
A left-hand drive model finished in Burgundy with beige leather interior, XJ220 chassis number '874' is the 33rd car produced. It has been owned from new by the former Jaguar importer for Belgium, Mr Jacques de Clippel, who proudly displayed the company's flagship model at his Jaguar showroom in Antwerp. XJ220 allocation was a highly sensitive issue; this is an early number and therefore highly sought after. The car was delivered on 16th December 1992 but was not first registered until September 1997, on the Belgian plate 'JAG 181', thus avoiding possible problems had registration been delayed any longer. Driven only sparingly, it has covered only 1,080 kilometres from new and has always been kept in the showroom as its flagship. Around 1½-2 years ago a major service was carried out, including replacement of the cam belts and fuel tank. This work was carried out by the vendor's own Jaguar mechanics.
To say that this car if well documented would be a gross understatement. The history file contains the following:
*Belgian registration papers (1997)
*Copy of the sales invoice dated 28/08/1992 to Mr Jacques de Clippel
*Invoice from Project XJ220 to Jaguar Belgium
*Personalised hubcap with owner's name and number '033'
*A quantity of promotional and press material and letters including Jaguar XJ220 technical specifications and Sales & Marketing letters from Jaguar Belgium and a full accessories list
*Extensive correspondence with Factory Project XJ220 Limited (Oxon, UK) and Jaguar
*Confirmation of the two deposits paid to order this car
*Transport note for delivery when new
*Jaguar XJ220 technical specifications document, sales brochures, etc.
*XJ220 After Sales Customer Questionnaire.
*Certificate of conformity for the fuel bladder (2010)
*Period photographs of the car on garage plates in July 1993
*Confirmation of the XJ220 final build specification (colours) 18/05/1992
In short, the history file contains all the documentation and correspondence ever concerned with this car apart from invoices for services, as they were carried out by the owner himself. Even the invoice for the original dust cover and body protection kit is there. The XJ also comes with the aforementioned 7-piece body protection kit designed to protect the front and rear wings, etc. during servicing or storage. Presented in 'as new' condition and fully documented, this wonderful XJ220 is worthy of the closest inspection.
2015-10-10 17:59:08 | Godfrey writes:
** NOTE** the dent in the lower drivers sill, and the factory protective 'body cushions' are missing the 'moleskin' where it matters most.. the inside! For reasons as yet not explained.. one of the original mirrors was replaced...the box is placed by the rear bumper in one of the images. If the 'major service' was conducted 1 1/2 > 2 years ago and included replacement of the fuel bladder.. why is the fuel bladder certificate dated 2010?