Cars for sale

December 16, 2017

Posted By:

adam@thedrivenart.com

1994 (Series II) XJS 6.0L V12 FHC

1994 Jaguar XJS V12 Fixed Head Coupe

Location: Phoenix, AZ.

$21,000

​See more pictures and links at http://www.thedrivenart.com/inv_1994_xjs.html.

Learn more about the Jaguar XJS ICM Archives at http://www.thedrivenart.com/icm_2017_09_16.html.

Check out the car in person:
January 6, 2018: Cars & Coffee - Scottsdale (https://www.facebook.com/Scottsdale-Cars-Coffee-154825467881973/)
January 13, 2018: Rock & Roll Car Show - Pavilions at Talking Stick (https://www.facebook.com/Rockandrollcarandbikeshow/)
January 20, 2018: Rock & Roll Car Show - Pavilions at Talking Stick (https://www.facebook.com/Rockandrollcarandbikeshow/)
​Other times - by appointment: Call Adam at (210) 591-8755.

THE GOOD:
Rare: 1 of only 302 Series II 6.0L V12 FHCs built worldwide
Thoroughly 'shook down' chassis, major electrics, and powertrain
Receipts back to late 1990s
OE toolkit, spare, car cover, and books
Interior in very good condition
Garage-stored and gently driven in dry weather (<1,000 miles, past year)

THE BAD:
Rear valve cover oil seep (About a 1-inch spot of oil a week shows up on floor)
Repainting of rear quarters evident prior to my ownership (Dec. 2016-current; One minor 2002 incident reported on Autocheck VHR)
Small scratches and chips throughout exterior (Wear on roof evident)
Horn not hooked up
Stuck e-brake indicator light
Cassette deck and seat heaters inoperable

​BASICS:
85,000 miles
British Racing Green exterior over Barley leather / green piped interior
6.0L SOHC V-12, 318hp/380tq
4L80E (GM) 4-speed overdrive automatic transmission w/ Sport mode
3.54:1 limited-slip differential
Power windows, locks, mirrors, and seats
Cassette deck / CD changer
NO sunroof
Cold AC and warm heat
Clear TX blue title

RECENT MAINTENANCE AND UPGRADES:
​​Bilstein B6 Performance shocks (6)
Steering rack rebuild w/ poly rack bushings
OE rear anti-roll bar retrofit with NOS trailing arms and rubber bushings
Continental Extreme Contact DW 235/50-17 tires, spin-balanced on STR 606 17x8.5 rims with custom centercaps
Stoptech cross-drilled/slotted rotors, EBC RedStuff pads, OE caliper replacement (front)
Full fluid change/bleed, flex hose replacement
Gold sidestripe removal, rear spoiler removal, partial repaint of trunklid and front fenders, and mirrors
Installation of NOS emblems and anthracite hood emblem
Partial driver seat re-cover and touch-up on doorcard, e-brake handle
Nardi 3-spoke mahagony / black anodized 13.75" steering wheel
Full 3-stage exterior detail & interior detail (30 hours)
Oil/filter change w/ Valvoline zinc-supplemented 20w-50, new fuel filter
Full transmission service
Battery replacement
Numerous small electrical and cosmetic issues resolved

SPARES:
4- OE 16" 5-spoke rims (lightly refinished) on Pirelli SuperTouring 225/60-16 tires
OE airbag-equipped leather 4-spoke steering wheel
F/R axle set of Centric Premium brake pads
OE trunklid spoiler
OE Gold Edition hood badge
​Roll of new Barley leather
OE-spec BRG 1753 2-oz touch-up paint and fine calligraphy pen​

RECENT PROFESSIONAL ​LABOR:
Chassis, powertrain, and electrical work by Victor's Service Center in San Antonio, TX.
Spoiler removal, gold trim removal, and trunk repaint by Blanco Collision in San Antonio, TX.
Tire/wheel mounting/balancing and alignment by Art's Tire Warehouse in San Antonio, TX.
Upholstery work by Auto Seat Cover in San Antonio, TX.
Steering wheel upgrade and rear anti roll bar retrofit by SoulSpeed Performance in Austin, TX.
Exterior and interior detailing by The Driven Art in San Antonio, TX.
Transmission and miscellaneous servicing by Jag Specialties in Covington, LA.

December 15, 2017

Posted By: David Brill

E4WBrill@aol.com

Show winning 1954 XK120 DHC

1954 Jaguar XK 120 Drop Head Coupe. Built in July of 1953 and originally sold through Max Hoffman's in New York.

This beautiful car has been in the same family for over 25 years.

She has been thoroughly enjoyed in those years and in 2006-2007 underwent a complete nut and bolt restoration by Donovan Motorcars in MA.

Since the restoration, this car has won numerous Best in Class and Best in Show concours throughout New England, including the Lime Rock Park, Sunday in the Park Concours and the Berkshires/Tanglewood British Motorcar Festival.

The car runs and drives beautifully, sitting on the correct Avon tires and being propelled by the numbers matching dual overhead cam 3.4L 6 cyl. engine and trans, which was pumped up just a little by Brian Donovan when the motor was rebuilt as part of the restoration. To keep the motor running cool a 4 core aluminum radiator was installed, however, the original rad comes with the car. The car is a fully numbers matching car.

The Jaguar Heritage Certificate shows the car came originally in Pastel Green with a Suede Green interior. She now sits in British Racing Green over a Fawn interior and Fawn Hood. The dash board has been completed in English Burlwood and the odometer shows just 16,000 miles since the restoration.

There a couple of very minor points of wear that show the car has been driven those 16K miles.

The car is being sold as the owner has several other cars and this one and one other from his collection simply aren't getting used enough and he feels its time for them to be moved on to new conservators.

The car is registered in CT and in CT, they do not offer titles on cars of 20 years of age or older, so a Bill of Sale, official CT State Q1 form, the CT registration and a letter from the State showing the statute that exempts automobiles of 20+ years from a title, will go with the car when sold so the new owner can register this beauty easily in their own state or country.

The level of quality on this car puts her near the top of the heap and as such the asking price is $135,000. That price is negotiable.

Transport can be arranged, at buyers expense.

Please don't hesitate to contact me at Dave@AutoArcheologist.com with any questions, for many more photos, comments, offers or to schedule a time to see this wonderfully elegant Cat

December 14, 2017

Posted By:

ejones7@hotmail.com

Jaguar XKRS - GT

There are so many beautiful cars that Jaguar has created over so many years. I feel that one of the most recent and soon to be the most rare is the 2014 XKRS-GT. The car was created as a GT version of the successful and beautiful XK line. To end its current lineage, and to perfect the performance of the XKRS, Jaguar created 30 versions of this car. Five were allocated to Europe, and 25 to North America. Mine is #17 of 25. I purchased the car from the owner of a dealership in Pennsylvania who bought the car for his collection, understanding how rare the car is/will be. Not proved, but the owner was a stout gentleman who found the car "too small". The sales manager admonished to me that "the car was too scary for him". Albeit, I purchased the car, and was the first to title the car. It had 174 miles on the odometer. It also came with the Jaguar CPO warranty that has now added a total of 6 years and 100,000 miles of coverage. The car was, and is, absolutely perfect.

It is very easy to describe the car, as all 25 in North America are the exact same build. Polar white, with dark grey alacantara interior. Fully loaded with every option available, except the carbon fiber engine cover (was not offered as an option). Always temperature controlled garage kept with cover. Cover will be included in sale. All service performed yearly by Jaguar, even though the car has a whopping 808 miles on the odometer. Yes, only 808 miles.

Why am I selling the car? Honestly, I am tortured by the reality that I cannot drive the car as it IS a collectors item. For 3 years I have put 634 miles on the car. I am a driver, have been my entire life, and drive cars to their maximum. I have but flirted with this car, and it either needs to be driven to its collectible death, or placed in a collection to obtain its true potential. I am not a collector. I know someone better than me is, so that is why I am selling the car.

The MSRP for the 2014 XKRS-GT was near $175,000. I am selling the car on consignment for $134,900. Please view the website for photos. https://www.ccsmotors.com/2014-jaguar-xk-series-xkr-s-gt-c-74.htm. If the link does not work, please try www.ccsmotors.com. You will see her immediately.

To a Jaguar Club member I am willing to reduce the price substantially. I will take care of the consignment fee myself. Please contact me personally to discuss and ask any questions. I am located on Long Island, New York, and would be happy to help arrange shipping, at purchasers expense. My phone: 631-921-1539. Sincerely, Evan

December 06, 2017

Posted By:

caroleborgens@shaw.ca

1971 Jaguar E-Type DHC

1971 E-type with 72K miles
VIN 2R14697
Very good condition.
Owner is selling his collection
$89,000 CDN
Car is in Vancouver, B.C. Canada

December 04, 2017

Posted By: steve ash

txsteemer@gmail.com

2003 XKR FORT WORTH TEXAS $15500

THIS CAR HAS 91500 MILES 5 SPEED AUTO NEW MICHLIN TIRES ,NEW BELTS AND HOSES,RUNS AND DRIVES EXELANT ,PAINT AND BODY ARE IN GOOD SHAPE INTERIER IS LIKE NEW EXCEPT THE DRIVERS SEAT SHOWS WERE BUT NOT SPLIT OR TORN

November 24, 2017

Posted By: ROBERT D ENGLISH

rde@speakeasy.net

2010 Jaguar XF Premium - MINT - <15k miles

SOLD

Very lightly used 2010 XF Premium - Emerald Fire Green/Barley Truffle interior. Single elderly owner. Non smoker. Always garaged. All services. No accidents/damage. There is minor rash around the edge of the rims on the passenger side - see pics. Clean title. More pics to share.

$19,900

Options:
Burl Walnut Veneer
Heated 3 Spoke Leather Steering Wheel
Electric Rear Window Sunblind

Minor Features: (from Topix)
8.5 X 19 ARTURA PAINTED WHEEL
AUDIO 6 DISC PLAYERAUTO
DIMMING REAR VIEW MIRROR
AUTOLUX CONSOLE MATERIAL
AUTOMATIC HEADLAMP LEVELING
BLIND SPOT MONITORING SYSTEM
BLUETOOTH CONNECTIVITY
CANVAS HEADLINER
CASTLE BROMWICH
CCR CENTRE CONSOLE
CCR FRONT DAMPER
CONVENTIONAL REAR SEAT
CRUISE CONTROL
DRIVER - HEATED/COOLED SEAT
ELECTRIC REAR WINDOW BLIND
ENGINE TORQUE-625 NEWTON METRE
FILTER COWL INTAKE-POLLEN/ODOR
FLOOR MATS-CARPET
FRONT PARKING AID
GARAGE DOOR OPENER (NAS)
HEADLAMP POWER WASH
HEADLINING - MORZINE
HEATED STEERING WHEELS
HIGH INTENSITY DISCHARGE H/LMP
HIGH PERFORMANCE AUDIO SYSTEM
HTD/A-DIM/MEM/APP.LIGHT
I/P FAC CNTRST-TRFFLE/CHMPAGNE
INT CHAMPAGNE CARPET-JAGUAR
IP-LEATHER
JAGUAR SEAT BELT-CHAMPAGNE
KEYLESS START
MARKETING LEVEL 1
NAS LITERATURE PACK
NAVIGATION CENTER
NAVIGATION DISK - U.S.A.
POWER 10-WAY DRIV SEAT ADJUST
POWER 10-WAY PASS SEAT ADJUST
PROGRAMMABLE DRIVER SEAT
PWR TILT/SLIDE SUN ROOF
REAR VIEW CAMERA
REVERSE PARKING AID
SATELLITE DIGITAL BROADCAST
SPARE WHL-REDUCED SECTN ALLOY
STANDARD SUSPENSION
STNG WHL-LEATHER WRAPPED
STRG COL-TILT/TELESCOP-MEMORY
THEATER LIGHTING
TYRE PRESSURE MONITORING SYS
TMUSA
USB 2 CONNECTION
VOICE ACTIVATED CONTROLS
LESS ADAPTIVE DAMPING(PASSIVE)
LESS BREAKDOWN WARNING SIGN
LESS CONTRAST STITCHING
LESS FIRST AID KIT
LESS HEADRESTRAINT-REAR CENTER

November 15, 2017

Posted By: David Brill

E4WBrill@aol.com

1984 Series III XJ6

1984 Jaguar Series III XJ-6.

Originally a North Carolina car, purchased last year with the intent of cleaning her up and getting her back on the road to enjoy. The car is now in Guilford, CT. Job requirements kept and continue to keep the owner away from the car and he feels its time to move her on to a new owner who will take the time to get her back on the road.

This car was originally Claret Red and was repainted at some point before this owner took possession. The red paint is faded dull but as seen in a couple photos can be brought back with some polishing and waxing. The car has been sitting for about a year. She will start and run but as a minimum, will need to be Seafoamed/Krano Kleened thoroughly and possibly pull and flush the tanks. The 4.2 litre motor has only 62000 miles on her. They produced over 200 hp and pulled these heavy Cats fairly easily with well over 200 lb ft of torque, transferred via a Borg-Warner 3 speed auto. These later cars benefit from the use of Bosch fuel injection.

The electrics work, including the sun roof. A/C will need a recharge. She will need a battery. The interior is grey, with vinyl on the seats and leather in other places. This is not stock. The code reads HDD which is Sylvan Grey. The condition however is very good and primarily needs some cleaning. A new dash pad would really bring her back nicely.

The underbody is typical of a Carolina southern car. No rot.

With just some time, probably a solid weekend of elbow grease, this car could be running and looking pretty darned good.

The asking price is a very low $1500, especially for a rust free, running, drivable example. Priced to sell. Please contact me at Dave@AutoArcheologist.com for more info and many more photos of the car.

Thank you for the interest.

November 12, 2017

Posted By: Jared

metalhockeydad@yahoo.com

1994 Gold XJ6

Hi guys,

I have a Gold Jaguar XJ6 for sale and just thought I'd check here. Car is not currently running. Only 60,000 Miles though, and comes with original rims and all else (best of my knowledge). Seats are good with some light cracking to the vinyl. Same goes for the areas around the front storage compartment (behind shift). Ice cold air. Gorgeous and ran great. Easily my favorite car to drive! Would be an awesome collector car or rebuild. Unfortunately, I cannot afford car repair due to children. Already have an offer at a dealership, but I have to act on it fast. Many more pics available. Accepting any/all offers between $0-$5000. Clear Title included. Please email asap if interested. You can reach me at metalhockeydad@yahoo.com ...I will get back to you same day via email.

Thanks for your interest!

Jared

November 07, 2017

Posted By: Andrew Mastin

andrew@lbilimited.com

1974 Jaguar E-Type Roadster

Chassis # UE1S26005BW
Engine # 7S15401LA
Recent Comprehensive Service Completed
Appropriately Upgraded to a 5-Speed Transmission

The Jaguar E-Type is regarded as one of the prettiest and most enticing British road cars of all time. From its long front bonnet to its elegant body lines, it checked all the boxes it the styling department. The E-Type was not only a work of art aesthetically but it was mechanically engineered to perform, reaching speeds up to 150mph in 1961. In period, that made the Jag the fastest production car on the market. It was an automotive marvel and achieved well beyond what was thought to be the limits of a road car.

Making its debut in 1961 and production concluding in 1975, the E-Type saw 3 main iterations, which are segmented into what are known as the Series 1 (1961-1968), Series 2 (1968-1971), and Series 3 (1971-1975). Each era of E-Type has its own set of alterations and upgrades that were made but we are going to focus on the last variant, the Series 3.

The Series 3 E-Types received a 5.3L V12 engine as compared to the 4.2L or 3.8L six-cylinder engines the previous models were equipped with. These examples also received upgraded brakes, flared wheel arches, quad-exhaust tips, standard power steering, and air-conditioning became an available option.

The example on offer is a 1974 Jaguar E-Type Roadster, chassis number UE1S26005BW, engine number 7S15401, with 51,913 miles on the odometer. We know that the car was originally delivered as a US car per its equipment and was originally white with a Red interior, and also an Automatic. Documentation present with the car shows that in 2003, we see that this example changed hands from a Ms. Carol Artman of St. Louis Missouri to a Mr. Daniel Breen of Foristell, Missouri on November 9, 2003. Mr. Breen executed a complete restoration of the vehicle in 2003 as documented by photos and some receipts. In 2010, with it’s most recent owner, the car received a $15,000+ sorting and freshening by marque specialist Ragtops & Roadster of Perkasie, PA.

The ivory paint shows nicely having few acceptable flaws from use, but nothing major. This E-Type has excellent panel fitment, showing proper clearness form panel to panel. Looking closely at the at the edges of the front bonnet, one will note the paint is chipped in a few areas as well as having developed several small cracks. This is a common occurrence with older restorations and is not nearly severe enough to warrant any refinishing.

All the metal is free of any notable dents or dings, the chrome presents well, and all the rubber items appear supple and unharmed. In the center of the front windscreen is a minor stone chip, which is subtle and requires no repairs. The tan convertible top is flawless in both presentation and fitment. The chrome wire wheels are well kept, mounted on a fresh set of Dunlop tires.

The interior of this E-Type is upholstered in tan leather and lacks any major blemishes. Either of the door jams are free of significant inconsistencies, with the factory stickers still preserved. Inspecting the seats, the bolsters are still in good shape, as is the rest of the interior.

The dash is flawless, the gauges are fully operable, and door panels show nicely. An aftermarket wooden Nardi steering wheel has replaced the original unit, which is a relief to most and much easier to live with in a driver. Glancing down at the tan rugs, they are in line with an older restoration but are a bit dingy in the driver side foot-well from use. This could be remedied with a professional cleaning.

Open the front bonnet and one is presented with a very tidy engine bay. All finishes are in good and correct condition and related engine components appearing in like new condition. The engine bay shows signs of recent sorting and servicing, all items in order and done so within the guises of correctness. The factory stampings and data tags are also present and accounted for. The trunk area is incredibly original with original glue still holding the sound deadening in the spare wheel compartment; correct clamps and overall rust/accident free presentation and as one would hope for.

The undercarriage shows no severe inconsistencies but more so typical attributes of use. Some of the exposed metal surfaces and bolt head have a light layer of corrosion and certain finishes have begun to fade here and there. Structurally, the frame shows straight down the body of the car, suspension components are in order, and all the metal is solid. Factory or dealer undercoating is still in place likely from new, but everything appears to be solid and factory welds noted throughout.

The maintenance records for this example outline extensive mechanical servicing and sorting. Between June 2010 and December 2013; a new camshaft was installed, valves adjusted, carbs removed-reinstalled and tuned, rear exhaust replaced, fuel system serviced, front and rear shocks replaced, front sway bar links replaced, and windscreen wiper motor repaired. Additionally, a new modern 5-Speed transmission was installed and done to a very high standard. This has resulted in a mechanically sound example that is turn-key.

The 12-cylinder power plant starts from cold with little effort and idles smoothly. During hard use, the engine performs flawlessly, pulling strong. The steering feels tight, brakes provide sufficient stopping power, and clutch functioning, as it should. When coming to a stop, the right rear brake pads intermediately make a soft humming noise. It requires no immediate attention but perhaps something to note for the next routine service.

The 1974 Jaguar E-Type Roadster on offer is a well-rounded and honest car that has seen comprehensive cosmetic and mechanical refreshing. This is an excellent opportunity to take a sound, entry level E-Type into ownership that is ready to be driven, toured, and enjoyed. Offered with this sale is the books, tools, jack, spare wheel, soft top boot, and knock off hammer.

October 29, 2017

Posted By:

j.chilbert@verizon.net

1953 Jaguar XK 120 A Nice Easy Project $72,500

*** This 1953 XK 120 Roadster Is Located In Villanova, PA, 19085, about 20 minutes outside of Philadelphia, PA *** I am selling this Jaguar for my good friend who has owned this car for about 12 years.

Please Note:
The engine number is the VIN on the Pennsylvania title and will be sold as such. This may be a problem for some international buyers? The engine block and cylinder head number (XK120 "W") match, *** But Do Not Match The Data Plate *** (the engine in the car now is 823 engine numbers later than shown on the data plate engine)

Here is a very straight 1953 XK 120 roadster needing some TLC from sitting. With a few little issues that someone with minimal skill can easily sort out. There are many new parts on this XK120 and much money was spent. This XK120 was stored (about 6 years ago), after being completely serviced; rebuilt carburetors, a new wire harness, brake system overhaul, suspension work, new chrome wire wheels, tires, a complete new interior, top and boot, along with many other new parts... On an original, solid car, with nice panel fit and shut lines.

She started right up, from my jump box, on the old fuel. She runs quiet with no bad engine noises. The front carburetor is now leaking out of the overflow, I have a replacement float or it might be the needle and seat?

An extremely solid, XK 120 with no metal restoration needed. She still retains the leather gaiters on the rear leaf springs. Again, mostly needing TLC from sitting and a few minor fixes: incorrect clamps, screws, loose grill vane, a couple of other little things incorrect or missing. No tools or jack.

This XK120 Jaguar is a very presentable driver as is, the chrome is a little weak, but the paint will easily polish up much nicer. Not washed / polished for pictures. *** I have 80+ pictures, please request these pictures prior to making an offer. Drive her as she is, while you make her better. A Nice XK 120 Jaguar OTS Needing Attention From Sitting, A Cleaning, Fresh Fuel and Systems Checked $72,500

Factory Replacement Engine? For what it's worth:

" Anders Ditlev Clausager at Jaguar Heritage. Anders confirms It was normal in the fifties for the Jaguar works service department to re-condition broken engines taken from customers cars and re-fit them as replacement units in other cars."

Please call Joe *** 609 - 518 - 0878 *** with any questions *** I will send the file of pictures if I get your direct e-mail address ***

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