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Daimler (Jaguar) Double Six Series III

beautiful luxury saloon from the last year of construction

19.500€

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DESCRIPTION
  • Make Daimler (Jaguar)
  • Model Double Six Series III
  • Body Style Saloon
  • Year 1992
  • Cubic Capacity 5,343 cc
  • Engine V12
  • Power 194 kW/264 hp
  • Transmission automatic gearbox
  • Drivetrain rear
  • Exterior Color green
  • Interior leather
  • Interior Color cream
  • Trim revised
  • Mileage 185,000 km (read)
  • internal Number 1863
  •  Vehicle Overview
  •  Features & Options

The Jaguar XJ-series has a long tradition. The so-called series I was first introduced in 1968 and took over from the previous three series. Since 1972 there as the fantastic V12 engine which basically had no competition for many years. Only Ferrari sports cars had V12 engines for their high end models, but in a different configuration.

Our young classic was shipped as a Daimler which at Jaguar stood for their luxury brand of high end cars with opulent features. These luxury cars were last made in 1992 and were succeeded by the XJ 40. Our Double Six was initially licensed in Munich, then in Hamburg. Its mileage of approx. 185,000 kilometers is credible and we have all current service documents. The only other place to find high end limousines like this, in the style of an English salon, is Bentley. Enjoy its ambiance and "slowed down" driving pleasure!

Brakes

  • front: disc
  • rear: disc

Doors

  • 4

Fuel

  • petrol

Optional equipment

  • air condition
  • alloy wheels
  • car radio
  • leather steering wheel
  • steel sliding roof
  • tinted windows

Steering

  • LHD