1994 Jaguar XJ220 Supercar 446 Original Miles Ferrari F40 Porsche 959 Killer
- Condition: Used
- Make: Jaguar
- Model: XJ220
- Trim: Coupe
- Year: 1994
- Mileage: 446
- VIN: 00000000000000000
- Color: Silver
- Engine size: V6 Twin Turbo
- Number of cylinders: 6
- Power options: Air Conditioning, Power Locks, Power Windows, Power Seats
- Fuel: Gasoline
- Transmission: Manual
- Drive type: RWD
- Interior color: Gray
- Options: Cassette Player, Leather Seats
- Vehicle Title: Clear Want to buy? Contact seller!
1994 Jaguar XJ220Curated photo viewer 1994 Jaguar XJ220 "supercar" 446 Original miles vital information
- 1994 Jaguar XJ220
- 446 Original Miles "Concours Quality"
- Original Silver over Original Gray Leather
- 1 of a handful in the USA and 1 of 271 produced for the world
- Fastest car in the world until the Mclaren F1
- Investment Quality Un-Restored Survivor
1994 Jaguar XJ220
446 Original Miles
Stunningsurvivorwith Original Silver paint and Original Gray interior
1 of 271 produced by Jaguar.#328 is one of a handful of cars that was imported to the United States, One owner from new and part of the esteemed collection of race car driver, Manfredo Lippmann. Original Spa Silver over Grey Leather Interior with442 original miles in stunning original condition accompanied by books, tools, records and extra keys.
It is quite possible that the late 1980s and early 1990s spawned the greatest cars of our time. The Germans pushed the boundaries of technology, making the Porsche 959, the Italians stunned the world with the exciting Ferrari F40 and the British stole the supercar show, with the Mclaren F1 and the Jaguar XJ220. These were all 200mph plus supercars made in limited production that became automotive icons.
- Porsche made 337 production 959 examples that currently trade between $900,000.00 – $1,800,000.00
- Ferrari produced over one thousand F40 examples that currently trade between $1,000,000-1,600,000.00
- Mclaren made less than one hundred F1 examples that trade between $8,000,000-11,000,000.00.
And then there is the XJ220. Potentially, the Jaguar XJ220 was the boldest of the bunch. It was the world’s fastest production car at 217 mph until the Mclaren F1 and at $650,000.00 MSRP, was one of the most expensive cars ever sold. Its 3.5 liter V6 Twin Turbo, virtually direct from Jaguars winning XJR9 and XJR10 race cars, produced 540hp compared to the F40s 471hp and 959s 440hp. And the Jaguar XJ220 held the Nurburgring production car lap record at 7:46.36 from 1992 till 2000.
Did I mention that Jaguar only produced 271 examples for the world?
Since its release in 1989 at the NEC auto show the Jaguar XJ220 has been shrouded in controversy, misconceptions and pandemonium.
The Jaguar XJ220 is the most under appreciated and under rated automobile of our time.
This past year the Jaguar XJ220 started to get the recognition it deserved. Jay Leno recently featured the car on his prominent Leno’s Garage show describing it as “phenomenal” and stating “I should have bought one when they were cheap.” In addition, a 1994 Jaguar XJ220 with 2,800 kms from new sold for $462,000.00 USD at the Monterey Auctions in California.
We spent the past 5 months looking for a nice XJ220 example. During this process we found that many of the examples were literally hoarded away in massive collections. Owners would not take ANY offer and most of the owners felt that the XJ220 would one day be a multi-million dollar car.
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Almost 60 years ago my grandfather started repairing odd and rare European cars in Springfield, Mass. During an era where Ferrari and Lamborghini were building small quantities of hand made cars that rarely made it onto American soil. Arguably, this moment in history was the most significant time for the automobile, an era that produced the most iconic cars of our time which became the DNA for todays most famous marques.
He bought and sold cars like the Ferrari 250 GTO, Jaguar D-Type and Lamborghini Miura. (Selling his Ferrari 250 GTO for $9,500.00 to Robert Sowers has always been a sore spot.) While my grandfather loved engineering and mechanics, my father loved the automobile. Working under the stewardship of my grandfather, he became a brilliant mechanic and at an early age started collecting cars. At the New York Auto Show in 1972 he bought a one-off Lamborghini Miura SV from Modena Racing that he still posses today. In the 1980s, my father became the authorized service in Palm Beach, Florida for Lamborghini facilitated by Joe Nastasi. Nastasi was the sole distributor for Lamborghini in the Americas.
I grew up around and inside LM002's, Countach's and Jalpa's. For my father and myself the automobile was not a livelihood, it was an obsession. He amassed a collection of toys, parts and cars that is unparallaled in the world. While other kids spent their afternoons and summers in camp, I spent it on the shop floor, cleaning Ferrari F50's, reading 25th Anniversary owners manuals and studying serial numbers, factory/dealer options and sweeping floors. After the world's best education, an MBA in everything Ferrari and Lamborghini, In 2005 I left home and began my own journey. This journey is dedicated to Jacques Temerian and John Temerian Sr.
The goal of Curated is quite simple. After 12 years of buying and selling hundreds of vintage Lamborghini's and Ferrari's, I have partnered with Jordi Ricart and Alan Lazowski to prove that the automobile is a viable and consistent alternative investment asset class. Ignoring the noise of speculating dealers, גBroadwayג Show auction houses and using reason and passion to build an investment automobile collection portfolio. We are in the constant pursuit of pairing the worlds greatest automobiles with the worlds greatest collections. We buy, trade and sell ONLY very specific cars.
Why We invest?
The key to this asset is like any other... Knowledge of the investment, knowledge of the market, accessibility to product, and liquidity of product. Curated knows Classic Cars. We are strict about what we buy and dedicated to our DNA. We only buy, trade and sell cars we know; Lamborghini Countach, Diablo and Miura models. Specific Ferrari Challenge models. Specific Supercar models from 1980s/1990s. And a few Jaguar E-Types here and there...