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  • Jaguars from seven decades auction at Sandown Park
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    Paul Fraser
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Jaguars from seven decades auction at Sandown Park

Sandown Park, UK, is the place to be for Jaguar enthusiasts next Tuesday, April 27, when Barons auctions a fantastic selection of Jaguars spanning seven decades.

Highlights of the annual Jaguar Heritage sale will include a very rare 1933 SS1 Coupe, two beautiful 1948 Saloons (1.5 and 3.5), a Vicarage E-type, and a former Jaguar press car S3 E-type.


This Jaguar E-Type will be among the exceptional lots at Barons

Also rolling under the hammer are some truly superb XK150s and a "barn find" XK140.

With some 50 cars, and automobilia including three highly appropriate registration numbers (including ET 38) and even a Black Cat mascot reputed to have been the paperweight of Sir William "Mr Jaguar" Lyons, the sale promises something for collectors and investors of all tastes and budgets.

  • Post author
    Paul Fraser
  • decadesfromJaguarsseven