Classic Jaguar loved by Wheeler Dealers star Mike Brewer can be yours for less than £7,000

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A CLASSIC Jaguar loved by Wheeler Dealers star Mike Brewer could be yours for less than £7,000.

Described as “iconic” and “good fun to drive” by the motors expert, the 1969 Jaguar XJ is not one to be missed after hitting the market.

Car and ClassicThe pristine looking 1969 Jaguar XJ[/caption]

Car and ClassicThe classic vehicle has hit the market for less than £7,000[/caption]

Car and ClassicIt’s interior has been described as ‘delightful’, looking almost brand new[/caption]

The SunWheeler Dealers star Mike Brewer said the Jag is one of the most iconic used cars ever[/caption]

As listed on Car & Classic, the retro vehicle is said to be in “very solid” condition and has a “delightful” interior that could make any car fan fall in love with it.

With just 40,241 miles on the clock, there’s still plenty of life left in this machine.

Wheeler Dealers ace Brewer previously named the motor as one of his most iconic used cars ever.

Speaking to Car Dealer Magazine, he said the Jagur XJ ticks all of the boxes for comfort, space and general all round good fun.

As per the product listing, the vehicle starts and runs very well and the auto box goes into gear nicely. 

There are also next to no signs of corrosion on the shell, while the sills, floors and jacking points all appear to be original and rust free.

“This is an extremely solid car with all the fundamentals of a very easy recommissioning,” the product listing reads on the Car & Classic website.

“We must stress this car would be a very good car with a little tinkering and some not so late nights in the garage.”

According to Wheeler Dealer Brewer, the Jag was actually billed as one of the company’s first “experimental” cars, meaning it was fitted with all manner of new in-car features.

That included foam padding on the instrument panel and improved face-level ventilation.

Brewer said these old-school touches helped to elevate the XJ’s status back in the late ’60s. 

Not only is the Jaguar XJ an original left hand drive car, but it is also believed to be the first car registered in the then-founded UAE.

However, there is a lack of sufficient evidence to prove this is completely true.

Regardless, this iconic classic is expected to draw a lot of attention and if you’ve got a spare £6,995 lying around, you might want to put it to use to avoid missing out.

Elsewhere, the final Jaguar F-Type has rolled off the production line ahead of the manufacturer’s shift to an EV-only lineup.

Limited numbers will remain in showrooms for a few more months so fans will have to bag one while they can.

Jaguar has already announced a plan to transition into small-batch EVs, doing away with its traditional petrol-engined lineup.

This included the discontinuation of the XF, XE and F-Type models.

Car and ClassicThe rear of the Jaguar XJ[/caption]

Car and ClassicPadded seats remain in spotless condition[/caption]

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