- Supplied by Henlys of Chester with original documentation and guarantee card
- Carrying its original registration number
The Sovereign was the ultimate iteration of Jaguar's run of models that began with the MKI - it boasted superior suspension to the MKII and an additional level of opulence when compared to the 420. The automatic transmission example on offer is a seemingly very original one. First registered in September 1969, it has remained within the same family ownership since 1971, still wears its original registration number, and has completed just 70,808 miles in its 50 years on the road. This righthand drive home market car was supplied new by Henlys of Chester and is being sold complete with: its original sales documentation and guarantee card, Daimler owner's wallet and operating manual, pair of keys, plus an MOT valid into September 2020. The Sovereign is finished in Blue teamed with a Grey leather interior, and the specification includes a period Radiomobile radio and pair of rectangular fog lamps. 'DFM 4H' is being sold Without Reserve.
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