Cars for sale

March 16, 2018

Posted By: Andrew Mastin

1962 Jaguar MKII 3.8 $8,500

1962 Jaguar MK2 3.8
Chassis # P221580DN
Engine # LC3786-8
Matching Numbers Example

3.8L engine with Overdrive, and the right original colors of Grey with Red interior. The right combination and worthwhile to invest in and restore. The car is 99% complete and had a left front side swipe so a new fender section and door skin are included in the sale. Everything else is present to complete the job as well as extra parts, brand new rubber trim items for the entire car etc... 100% solid never hit rust free underside. Interior is untouched original and some parts are well worth saving like the headliner and most of the wood are still great. The car should run and drive with a day's work but ultimately needs thorough sorting or total restoration. It could be a driver with little effort or the perfect candidate for total restoration.


March 16, 2018

Posted By: Andrew Mastin

1991 Jaguar XJS Convertible 17K Miles $22,000

Jaguar, through the years, has always had to benchmark their line of sports cars. At LeMans when the C-Type won but became outdated, the D-Type was introduced, then the E-Type came, and was further developed as the years went on in Series 1, 2, and 3. By the time the 1970’s came around Jaguar needed a replacement and so the Jaguar XJS debuted in 1975. It was produced in 3-different stages, with nearly 115,413 examples built until its replacement by the XKS in 1996. They were built in Coupe, Convertible and even Targa variants (XJ-SC). Power came from both 6-cylinder to 12-cylinder powertrains on and off over the course of production. Overall they did have a 20+ year run, longer than any other Jaguar Sports Car, which has sealed its place in history as one of Jaguars most popular and best selling examples.

The car on offer is a 1991 Jaguar XJS Convertible, delivered new to a Mr. Sharp of Lewisburg, TN on March 12th 1991. The selling dealer was Troncalli Motors of Roswell, GA. The only receipt we have from Mr. Sharp’s ownership is for a recall campaign completed in 1992 at 5,484 miles. Beyond this, little history is known and we believe this example to be a 2 or 3 owner car at the most. We do know that by 2014 it was with a dealer in the Midwest before coming to its most recent Pennsylvania owner in 2015. Upon his acquisition he entrusted the services of Ragtops and Roadsters of Perkasie, PA to complete a comprehensive service, totaling nearly $4,000 in service work completed. The mileage at that time was 17,173, only 400+ miles ago.

Today the car shows incredibly well with few cosmetic faults. The paint is undoubtedly original throughout the car as is all of the glass and rubber components. There are minor faults to be found here or there. The front of the car shows some minor imperfections on the hood and front bumper/valence from normal use, very small and not worth addressing. The windshield shows minor delaminating on the edges but is otherwise in good condition. The worst item on the entire car, by far, is the right front fender; rear of the wheel arch, there is a dent and scratch, from what we are not sure. It is likely not worth repairing but the next owner may decide to do so. The blemish is shown in the photos. All of the lights, lenses, chrome trim items and the like are all without fault and in great condition overall.

The interior reveals only signs of use, there are no flaws to be noted. Simply put it is as new and without issues with all items in correct working order. The door jams are clean with all VIN stickers in place and no excessive wear noted anywhere. The wood is free of cracks; all of the knobs, pulls, dash top, and various items are as delivered when new without any noted flaws. The trunk shows the same way, VIN stickers in place and without flaws.

While the car has 17,000+ miles it shows incredibly well and the condition of the engine bay reflects the care and careful servicing that has been completed over the years. Even though items have likely been serviced as needed anyone who touched the car was clearly careful enough to not disturb the factory finishes, coatings, clamps and positioning of everything. It is as delivered when new and in remarkable condition for the age and miles. Everything appears sealed up with no obvious leaks and nothing out of place with services up-to-date. All factory stickers including VIN stickers are also still in place.

Driving this Jaguar XJS is a comforting experience with endless torque and ease of use. This example starts instantly, sounds smooth, idles as normal and holds steady temperature and oil pressure. Gear selection is easy and precise and the engine performs well through the rev range. The brakes are of 1991 technology but work well all things considered and the car sort of lumbers along with good power, handling, and steering free of any unwanted or concerning noises. The underside is as expected, signs of use but largely original and untouched without any issues to note. No major signs of bottoming out, previous fixes or the like, an honest and original underside.

The Jaguar XJS remains the perfect entry-level collector car or the missing piece to any high-quality jaguar or sports car collection. It is a car that will always bring joy to its owner and remain a worthwhile investment as a spectacular example. Offered with all of its original books, jack and spare this XJS is an opportunity worth much consideration.


March 09, 2018

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1953 Jaguar XK 120 A Nice Easy Project $75,000

*** 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.

More Pictures at:

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.
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)

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."

$75,000 or near offer

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

March 06, 2018

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1970 Jaguar E-Type 4.2 OTS for restoration

I have a 1970 matching numbers E-Type 4.2 OTS for sale to a Jaguar enthusiast willing to restore the car to its former glory. Notwithstanding that the picture has been taken outdoors, this car has never been stored outdoors but has been in dry storage for many years and still is in my heated garage awaiting attention. I have too many restoration projects to allow me to tackle this one. Very little rust on this E-Type – should be a very straightforward restoration. Most of the original parts are with or on the car. Bonnet is apart but complete and is in very nice condition. I have turned the engine by hand but have not had the car running as it needs a radiator and hoses hooked up prior to getting it ready to run. I have a fair number of excellent body panels some of which will likely be available with the car (I have to keep some for my other E-Type project).

$38,000 (US) ovno.

I can take more photos if someone is legitimately interested. Will not respond to scam requests.

March 06, 2018

Posted By: Edward James

1998 XK8 Coupe

1998 XK8 Coupe. Runs well looks good. 154K Amaranth Pearl with Oatmeal interior. $4,998.00 or offers.

February 28, 2018

Posted By: Gary Hatfield

2005 XKR Coupe Low Miles Rare Color Concours Condition

Rare and very beautiful in excellent original and stock condition. Collector quality. Only 37,700 miles.
Very rare Jaguar Racing Green color (metallic) in excellent condition; Supercharged 390 hp aluminum V8. Heavily optioned (list available); Factory original Recaro seats in excellent condition; Jaguar dealer maintained; All service records since 2010 when I purchased the car; Scored 9.989/10 in recent Jaguar Club Concours; Shown at Amelia Island 2016; No accidents (nose has been resprayed by Jaguar dealer); Excellent AutoCheck report (available); Comes with Jaguar Media Kit and letter from Jaguar North America Archives; All keys, fobs, driver handbook, etc. included; only 584 XKR Coupes sold worldwide for 2005 model year - estimated that fewer than 5% were this color. If you are searching for this type of car you will notice that most XKRs are convertibles, and most are either black or silver. Stunningly beautiful automobile!

Would keep forever but too many cars and must pare the collection. Hoping a true Jaguar enthusiast will become the next caretaker of this beautiful car. Car is in Florida.

A/C ice cold, All scheduled maintenance, All records, Always garaged, Factory GPS system, New tires, Non-smoker, Title in hand, Very clean near perfect interior.

$34,000 OBO

Please call me at nine41-685-6907 between 9 am and 6 pm EST or email at

February 26, 2018

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Immaculate 1991 Jaguar XJS – Classic Edition

72,000 Miles. Perfect Florida car with receipts for all work done. One of a kind.

Sacrificing at $11,500

Contact: Mike Duffey 727-648-9051

February 08, 2018

Posted By: Greg Vach

1969 OTS with complete rebuild, 3 SU carbs

Due to recent tragic events, I am selling this car for friends. The history is that in 1998, it was rengined with another 4.2 and transmission at the same time. The bills were little short of massive because every system was gone through and rebuilt/replaced. Body and frame were stripped and resprayed.
I have a 8X11 binder full of the items redone, including engine tear down. The paint and bodywork is nearly flawless. However, it is still a #3 car because of little things. A good detail shop could bring it up to a #2 with little effort. I recently drove it after a little battery charging and the horsepower is amazing. It shifts great, stops great and there are no mechanical hiccups noted. A few electrical gremlins are that headlights are not working, nor is the Becker radio. If I could find where the fuses are at, I probably could get them working. But if its behind the glove box, not sure. It is locked and while I think I have the correct key, it's not opening.

A long time JCNA member, Chic had great affection for this car and was featured back fifteen years ago in the Journal about his passion for it. Previously he had an XJ12. There is a personalized license plate which any enthusiast would die for, but it is a Eastern/Southeastern plate. I believe it can go with the car, not sure. I cant say what it is however as there are privacy/security concerns. Text me at 619-30zero-3two13. Please bid high. Hagerty indicates 66K for a #3 stock engine but this is more than that with the triple SU's. Awesome power.

January 08, 2018

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1997 Jaguar Vanden Plas in extraordinary condition

My wife and I have used and enjoyed this car for 18 years. It has been a going to work car, then a trip car and always great looking and dependable. It is all original and has been garaged any time it was not being used. Everything is original and works. The odometer is correct and shows 109K miles. This is a Colorado car - dry climate! We are asking $5000.

The only reason we are selling is that we are not as flexible as in past years and need something a little easier to get into.

Call or email and I will answer any questions. We have additional pictures and will be happy to email them as requested.

Jim Roller
303 521 1198

December 27, 2017

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1962 Mark X Jaguar 4 door for sale $3,500 OBO

1962 Mark X Jaguar 4 door sedan for sale. A very rare 4 door sedan classic with factory AC. Is a complete car but needs restoration. Not currently running but had run when acquired from last owner. Car number 351304BW. Asking $3500 or best offer. Located in central Virginia. or text 804 334-9281. Have more pictures as well.