2004 Jaguar XK-R Cabriolet
The Jaguar XK-R (XK100) was the first generation of the 2+2 grand tourer. Having originally debuted at the 1996 Geneva Motor Show, the XK-R is as beautiful now as it was 26 years ago when it was released, aging very nicely indeed.
Here at Fine Car Company, we have a 2004 convertible model available. Currently residing with its 3rd owner, this XK-R has been looked after brilliantly. With 63,000mi, the car isn’t too high mileage for its age, and she still has plenty of life left inside her!
With a beautiful sounding 4.2l V8 strapped to the front of the car, the XK-R doesn’t hang about… Going from 0-60 in 5.3 seconds and reaching the electronic speed limiter at 155mph!
EQUIPMENT & TECH
Black exterior paintwork
Original 15-spoke silver alloy bolted rims
Full cream leather interior
Piano black dashboard trim
Electric folding roof in black fabric
Automatic lights and wipers
Steering wheel controls
Quad exit exhausts
4.2l supercharged V8 producing 370bhp!
With this XK-R garaged for most of its life, it is still in beautiful condition for its age!
All paperwork, keys and manuals are provided
Paintwork is in great condition
Wheels are also in great condition, however, could be even better with a slight refurb
Interior condition is perfect – only very few general signs of age
Leather is brilliant – slight wear on the driver’s seat as expected
Everything is original and looked after superbly
Brakes and engine are both excellent condition
Full matching numbers
Electric folding roof works perfectly with no problems
With only two previous owners and garage kept for most of its life, this is a brilliant example of the Jaguar XK-R available here at Fine Car Company. With a competitive reserve, this really is one not to be missed! Log on, bid, and win today!
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