1996 Jaguar XKR 4.0 Litre Supercharged Straight Six (X306) Automatic
in Titanium silver with contrasting Parchment hide interior. A
beautiful example which has covered 114,000 miles with full main
agent service history, up to 78,745 miles. The XJR was always that
bit naughty, Jaguar's first ever Supercharged road car, the A16
Straight Six pushing out 326 bhp. The Eaton air/water-cooled
Supercharger getting it to 0 to 60 in 5.7 seconds effortlessly
through the GM 4L80-E automatic gearbox. It had 17" wheels, firmer
suspension and a taller 3.27:1 differential. Cosmetically it
had body coloured grille surround, mesh grille insert, body coloured
boot lid plinth, larger exhaust outlets, special five-spoke "Sport"
alloy wheels and "XJR" badging. Rain gutters and window surrounds
were matte black on uk cars. When I acquired the XJR in part
exchange it had been standing for some time. I revered it out of the
former owners property and set off on the 130 mile journey home.
Upon arriving back at Spinning Wheel I had fell under its spell and
felt it worthy of some care, in general the car itself was very,
very good. It just needed a re-commission, of which I have had done,
brakes overhauled, 4 new tyres, new battery, new drive belts, new
exhausts, engine service, air-conditioning reconditioned,
refurbished alloy wheels, wax oil treated and a good valet. It looks
beautiful and drives superbly. To be MOT tested for one year at
point of sale. Any underside inspection welcome. There are no
warning lights illuminated, other than the fuel light seems to show
itself on a regular basis but what price fun. Everything works also.
All my invoices are to be seen. Ok I have a bit of a soft spot for
it and in a number of coming years I will be saying "can you
remember when we had that XJR Supercharged for sale, at that silly
low figure!" Anyway it can go! It comes with: V5C, HPi certificate
(clear), expired MOT certificates, service book and Black
leather Jaguar wallet with handbook and after care information.
Delivery and Shipping arranged.