This is an unfortunate example of the “Sir William Lyon’s centenary limited edition model.
There are not many of these around, with little more than 100 coupes originally in the UK. I bought this car about a year and a half ago with the intention of ‘saving’ this rare version of the XKR.
The colour and specification level are standard, and it comes with a Jaguar Heritage certificate. If you need more information about the specification level, it can be found elsewhere on line.
The car should be seen as a project. It needs work, and I bought it with that in mind, but I have far too much on at the moment, and this is one too many.
It had engine work done by a forum member last year, but there’s more to do). Its problems include engine issues (not preventing its use), a fault with the adaptive cruise control (not uncommon), a warning of “incorrect part fitted” (after a local independent Jaguar specialist tried to cure the ACC issue) which may be cured by a code re-set, and some poor bodywork. It’s had some welding done (e.g. front foot-well for last MOT).
It has service history up to 145.6k miles. It is currently running (in spite of its problems), so the mileage (149k) may go up.

I’m not expecting more than a four figure selling price (which puts me at a loss), and I would consider a no-fault (i.e. not a ‘project’) XK as part payment (as I said, I’ve too much to do already). Sorry, couldn't upload photos.
The car is located in Kings Langley, Herts. Contact Steve. Email; or Text: 07768 954708