Cars for sale

February 20, 2020

Posted By: David Brill

1975 Jaguar XJ6 C (coupe)

These are fairly rare as they produced less than 3000 of them in the first year of production and only around 6000 in total between mostly 75 and 78.

This car was owned for quite a while by one of the local Jaguar club's members who then traded the car into another member's restoration facility for a newer car. The restoration shop was going to do a full restoration on her but with too many other projects going, this one fell to the way side and they have now decided to sell it. I am assisting in finding this pillarless Cat a new home.

This is a numbers matching car; Engine, trans and body all match the numbers on the engine bay data plate.

The car has about 58,000 miles and was originally white over a red leather interior.

The original engine, which turns over and will run with a gas feed, is the 4.2 litre DOHC straight 6 that made Jaguar famous. There are two replacement tanks that come with the car, they should probably be flushed and coated, a rather easy DIY project.

The body is solid except for the driver floor which is rusty and showing some holes. It will need to be replaced, however, replacement panels are very easy to source. All the glass is in very good shape, however, she will need new window seals as the windows are currently simply sitting in the channel, taped in place.

The interior will probably need the most work, however, there are most of the needed parts included in the assorted boxes. The rear seat may be re-upholsterable...

The car has the usual Jaguar amenities; Power steering, Power brakes, AC, leather interior, intermittent wipers, power windows, telescoping steering wheel and AM/FM radio with multiple speakers.

These car are finally starting to come into their own with values rising roughly 30% over the last two years on them.

In the hands of the right person this lithe cat can be made into either a concours winning piece of mid 70's art or simply set up as a great driver, set to prowl the back country roads again.

I've included a photo of another XJ-C to show the possibilities.

The price for this currently down trodden kitty is only $4800.

Any questions, for many more photos and video, to schedule a time to see her in person or to make an offer, please don't hesitate to contact me.
Car is located in CT

Thank you for the interest.

February 20, 2020

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1957 Jaguar MK7M 57,000.00

Beautiful 1957 Jaguar MK7M professionally maintained. Winner of many Jaguar Drivers and Restorers Club events. 3.4L inline six cylinder double overhead cam engine, dual SU carbs. New porcelain exhaust manifolds. Rebuilt and resleeved brake master cylinders, new front wheel bearings, new front and rear wheel cylinders, hydraulic brake system flushed, transmission pan gasket replaced, tires are BF Goodrich all season white wall radials w/ 5k miles also cleaned and adjusted E brake. New SU fuel pump. Drives like a dream.
Please contact
text 206 683 1629
hm 206 527 5648
wk 206 552 7688

February 18, 2020

Posted By: Jan Abrams

2006 S-type

Los Angeles
109.5k miles.
Winter Gold/Beige interior.
— good condition. Excellent mechanically. No accidents. Nearly all service records available. Well maintained by exclusively Jag mechanic (Just Jaguar in Sherman Oaks). All manuals, 2 key sets plus valet key. $2950.
Jan Abrams

February 18, 2020

Posted By: Robert Kozlovsky

2009 Jaguar XJ Super V8 Portfolio Special Edition

One of 140, this 2009 Jaguar XJ Super V8 Portfolio Special Edition is a true stunner with only 15,225 original miles. Celestial Black Exterior & Navy/Champagne Interior. Meticulously maintained with an Extended $0 Deductible Warranty in place until September 2020. All services current, non-smoking vehicle. Comes with three keys including valet and all original manuals. Lifetime Satellite Radio subscription included. E-mail for more photos and information. Full listing at: $39,500.

February 13, 2020

Posted By: James Daniel

1970 Jaguar XKE for Sale

1970 Jaguar XKE, Yellow Color, 61,500 - Odometer

4.2 Litre, L6 (Cylinders) Gas Carburetor
Car Exterior in Excellent Condition

Car Mechanical Recently Overhauled / New or Rebuilt / Reworked:
Fuel System – New Gas Tank, Sending Unit, Pump, Filter
Carburetor System – Completely Overhauled and Rebuilt
Cooling System – New Radiator, Thermostat, Temperature Sensor, Fan Switch w/Gasket, Hoses
Exhaust System – New Exhaust Down Pipe, Mount, Mufflers, Rear Exhaust Pipe and Gaskets
Electrical System - Battery, Alternator, Regulator, Distributor Cap and Rotors, Ignition Wire Set
Sound System – New Radio, Speakers and Antenna Wiring
Steering – Rebuilt Steering Rack and Outer Tie Rods, Front Upper Ball Joint
Wheels – Front Wheel Bearings, Brake Pads, Rotors, Lines and Rebuilt Calipers
Tires – New Tires, Tubes
Miscellaneous – Wiper Motor, Fuse Box and Fuses, Various Hoses, Brake and Steering Fluid Reservoirs

February 13, 2020

Posted By: David Brill

1953 Jaguar MK VII

1953 Jaguar MK VII

The owner of this beautiful cat purchased her back in 1998 with the idea of fully restoring her. She had a small spot of rust in the right front wing and two small spots under each rear door. Those were fixed with welded metal. After doing that bit of work the car was painted. He sourced many of the chrome bits from a parts car he purchased separately and cleaned them up and installed them. He believes he may be the 3rd - 4th owner of the car as the person he bought it from locally in CT had owned the car for many years as well. Unfortunately, as it has been said too many times, life got in the way and she got shifted to a small storage garage. He is looking to clear out a couple of the units he has and the biggest thing in the largest unit is this Mark 7.

The car is numbers matching, with just 57,000 miles on the 3.4L XK DOHC engine, which was rebuilt and turns freely. Reportedly the car will start and run with fuel and a battery, however, the exhaust is not connected so it would be rather loud.

The known "options" are a Hill Assist brake/transmission set up and turn signals AND trafficator/semaphores.

The red leather bench seat is not original, where as the back seat is. The owner does have the bucket seats for the car but they are currently not local to the car.

There are boxes and boxes of most of the parts needed to finish this car off (aside from refinishing the wood and the upholstery). With just a little work, she could be road ready, albeit not show ready. Currently only the stock exhaust manifold is bolted to the engine however, there is a muffler and exhaust that comes with the car.

This car is rust/rot free and all she really needs is to be finished to become an even more pretty kitty.

Asking price on her is just $7600

Any questions, for many more photos, to schedule a time to see her in person or to make an offer, please don't hesitate to contact me.

Thank you for the interest.

February 09, 2020

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2000 XJR British Racing Green

2000 Jaguar XJR
A True Classic British Racing Green Sedan

A very good condition 2000 XJR in classic British Racing Green. Will be a collectible car. Rated at supercharged 370 HP. Very well maintained—has been used as “daily driver”. Approximately 145,000 miles. All matching serial numbers. Has won multiple popular vote awards at the NC Gathering British Car Show every year.
Numerous service actions over the past several years:
• Trunk mount Factory CD player plus aftermarket Sirius XM receiver. New antenna motor in 2016
• New battery—2013
• New alternator--2013
• Replaced most of ignition coils
• New water pump & thermostat—2015
• ABS/Cruise Control circuit repair—2015
• New front seat leather upholstery—2016
• New tires—2017
• Front brake pads & rotors—2017
• New windshield--2017
• O2 sensor—2018
• Silver Star headlights—2018
• New keyless entry fob—2019
Asking $5,900.
Please contact Doug Boike at or 336-416-9398 in the Greensboro, NC area.

February 05, 2020

Posted By: Lisa Kagy

2006 Jaguar XK8 Convertible

Jaguar XK8 Convertible - 36,128 miles
Pacific blue / cream interior
New Michelin Tires - less than 10,000 miles on tires
Selling for $13,000

January 11, 2020

Posted By: Gary Hatfield

1990 Jaguar XJS V12 Convertible Low Miles

Only 40,000 original miles. White with black top and tan interior.
Southwest Florida car with recent top mechanism service and brakes checked. Freshly detailed.
Transmission repaired and engine tuned up in 2013 and only a few miles since.
Owned for 8 years. Asking $8,500 obo.
Email me with questions and I will provide phone number.
I am posting for a friend so please contact

January 11, 2020

Posted By: Nicole Couturier

1989 Jaguar V12 XJS with V8 conversion

My father purchased this from a owner in TX approx 5 years ago, and it has been stored ever since. 108,714 miles. Asking $6,500. Other photos available, email