2002 Daimler X3000 Hearse

Direct to us from service showing just 60,908 miles; super order throughout; torquey 4.0 V8 engine; ideal for continued service or think "Amazing Spaces"? Room for one inside?

Supplied new through Woodford Jaguar of London in February 2002 this Beautifully crafted Daimler X3000 Hearse was built by the master craftsmen at Eagle Specialist Vehicles Ltd of Bolton and shows just 60,908 miles which have been covered by its six owners.

Driven to the sale along with its Limousine sibling also in the sale from Carlisle it has come straight from service and could readily be put straight back to work or used for other purposes – alternative camper van conversion anyone? 

Finished in traditional high gloss black the paint work shines as it should and the walnut lovely in te back.  The front passengers are treated to the usual comfort and luxury of a Daimler with beige leather seats with electric adjustment, walnut dash trim, cruise control and Sport mode.

Under the bonnet, we find the 4.0 litre AJV8 petrol engine which develops 290Bhp driving the rear wheels via five-speed automatic J-gate transmission.

The history file includes the V5C, owner’s pack & service book recording eight stamps, the last by Lloyd Jaguar main dealer of Carlisle in July 2021 at 60,130 miles.  In addition, we also find a selection of invoices including for a replacement throttle body by Lloyd Jaguar at a cost of some £1,948 in July 2021 at 60,172 miles plus others for annual service or other works.

The current MOT is valid until April 2023 and recorded no advisories. Room for one inside?

For more information contact - will.daniels@brightwells.com

Reg No: OV51OZP
Chassis Number: SAJAC13M22LF46076
Engine Number: LB0109120109
Engine Size: 3996
Docs: V5C; owner's pack & service book with 8 stamps; invoices; MOT April 2023 with no advisories

Sale Section & Buyers Premium (ex VAT): Car 12%, Minimum £150

Estimate: £4,000-4,500

Lot 110

Lot ended

Thursday 12/05/2022

Hammer Price (inc. buyers premium)

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