Sold new in the United States in the Washington DC area, it belonged to Mr. Blumenthal residing in Annapolis in a luxurious marina resort overlooking Eastern Bay. Always serviced and maintained by official Jaguar service, in the summer of 2000 the property was transferred to Mr. Rodriguez resident in an elegant residential suburb of Washington, who immediately subjected it to a general inspection at a Jaguar dealership at 48,720 miles.
In the following years it continued to subject it to periodic checks until it reached 76,000 miles in August 2007.
In 2008/2009 the car was exported to Europe, specifically in Germany from where in 2011 it was transferred to Italy.
In 2014 it was finally registered for the first time in Italy, becoming part of an important collection of vintage and sports cars.
Since then it has traveled approximately 4400 miles.
All the invoices issued by Jaguar assistance over the years are available with the specification of all the related interventions and the certificates of all the mandatory technical checks carried out over the years.
It is complete with the use and maintenance booklets including the one in Italian purchased by the last owner.
|ENGINE||6 CIL. 171 KW|
TERMS OF SALE:
Because the adverts could have a late updating, the published price is to be considered indicative.
Please refer to the official list available in the showroom.
The information data and the characteristics of the vehicle are indicative and not binding, C.L. is not liable for any lack or discrepancy of the components with respect to the original production characteristics of the vehicles and it is therefore the responsibility of the buyer to carry out all the necessary checks before proceeding with the purchase. Therefore the description is purely indicative and has no contractual value.
As this is a vintage car, due to its age and mileage, it is not in perfect condition and has various defects that are seen and accepted by the buyer, with the express understanding that the seller is released from any liability and warranty regarding any defects. of the vehicle itself, overt or hidden, both if relating to the car as a whole, or to its parts, and if relating to its operation, and this without any reservation, also for all purposes of art. 1341 of the Civil Code. If the buyer collects the goods without making use of the right of inspection, the goods themselves are considered unconditionally accepted as seen and liked.