Cars for sale

July 12, 2019

Posted By: Sandra French

sandee@aubrees.com

2007 JAGUAR XK CONVERTIBLE - $14,000

Beautiful luxury Jaguar. 72500 in mileage. Liquid Silver exterior, ebony leather heated seats, in excellent condition. No accidents, all maintenance done on a regular basis through the dealership. Back-up alert system, AC, memory driver seat, drive on flat tires, remote keyless system, 4-wheel ABS, and cruise control. 6 speed automatic transmission with navigation, GPS, park assist sensors, premium Alpine sound, dual climate control. Original Owners Handbooks. Located near Ann Arbor, Michigan.

July 12, 2019

Posted By: Justin

justin@europeanautorecycling.com

2007 Jaguar XK Coupe - 11k

Up for sale is a 2007 Jaguar XK Coupe in Silver.

This vehicle does have a California Salvaged title. It was involved in a light hit in the fender that took out the Fender as well as the ABS Unit. I purchased this vehicle from the auction and ended up having to purchase another ABS Unit and had it coded to the vehicle. The vehicle has been fully repaired by licensed Jaguar Repair mechanics only (British Car Service in Sacramento).

This XK is fully loaded with every feature possible. It has Adaptive Cruise Control, Adaptive Xenon Lights, Navigation, Heated Steering Wheel, Heated Seats, and Bluetooth.

The interior is in black leather and the seats are in extremely good condition for the age of the vehicle. All of the woodgrain is not scratched or cracked in any spots.

All of the repairs done to vehicle after the accident.

- New Fender (Painted in same color)
- New Drivers Door (Painted in same color)
- New Left front drivers hub (Not damaged from accident, but was going to need to be changed soon)
- Coolant Flush
- Oil Change (Extremely well maintained prior to me owning it as well at the dealer on carfax)

If you have any questions feel free to reach out.
916-698-9599
Located in Sacramento, CA

Asking 11,000 OBO

July 11, 2019

Posted By: Patrick Buhler

patrickbuhler@att.net

1973 Jaguar XJ12 (Series 1) $6000 obo

For sale is a Series 1 XJ12. There were no more than 2500 XJ12's produced between 1972-1973.

The car to my knowledge has been in only two families and is all original minus a new Nardi steering wheel. She has gone through extensive repairs to make her mechanically sound and a daily driver. All repairs have been done through our local vintage jaguar shop, Charleston Import Auto. I also have the latest full inspection report from this past month.

Repairs include new crossmember mounts, new steering rack and wheel, transmission serviced, renew valve cover gaskets, replacing belts, repairing the radiator, repairing fuel tanks and recoating, rebuild carbs and ignition tune up, new brake calipers and master cyl, all new front and rear leather seats, rebuild exhaust from headers back to rear tailpipes, rust repair. I have documentation paperwork for all this totaling more than 15k.

All that is left is paint and finishing the interior.

Please email me @ buhlerp1@citadel.edu with any inquires. Title in hand.

July 08, 2019

Posted By: David Brill

E4WBrill@aol.com

1 of 535, 1996 XJ12

1996 Jaguar XJ 12 L

This is a very clean, absolutely rust free Las Vegas car.

It was purchased brand new at Chaisson Motors in downtown Las Vegas back in 1996.
It is now currently in central CT.

It remained with that person for quite a few years and then was sold to another Las Vegas resident who owned it for a few years and then consigned it to Barrett-Jackson to sell via their auctions. It was sold via the Mohegan Sun Northeast Auction last year.

The new owner here in CT loved the car and drove it everywhere, showing off his new Jaguar. His son did some minor needed work to it as well, putting 4 new Toyo tires on, installing new shocks, ball joints and tie rods. Unfortunately some life issues necessitate selling her on to a new home.

At some point in her history she was repainted the original NDM Spindrift White, presumably due to the scorching sun crisping the paint. The interior remains the original NDR Cream with contrasting piping.

The XJ12 came with all the bells and whistles of the Vanden Plas or the Sovereign, including longer wheelbase, fold down picnic trays, rear seat heaters (of course, front seat heaters too), ability to adjust front seats from the rear, rear center arm rest, accessory lighting, zoned climate controls, power seats, telescoping/tilt wheel, traction control, air bags, sport mode, etc.

Of course, it also comes with Jaguar's super smooth V12 engine that puts out over 300 HP which will move this 4500 lb car rather quickly to 60+ MPH, 6.9 seconds. There are only 94,000 miles on the odometer. The interior is in beautiful shape and the exterior only has one or two minor issues that can probably be professional color corrected and buffed. Oddly enough, the car has three correct, brushed aluminum wheels and two chrome wheels, it is not known why.

She's also a bit of rare species of Cat; 1 of only 535 produced.

These felines were once nearly $100,000 automobiles, unfortunately (or is that fortunately..?) they have not kept pace with their brethren big cats such as the E-Type in values. This 23 year old stunning luxury auto can be had for less than 10% of her original asking price.

$7900 will bring her into your home.

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

Thank you for the interest.

July 06, 2019

Posted By: Jan Kera

larcinese@comcast.net

1962 Jaguar Mark 2 3.8 Manual Transmission Rust Free New Price

Hi all fellow Jaguar Enthusiasts. New Price as this one has to leave the stable. This is a beautiful example of a 1962 Jaguar Mk 2. Original 3.8 engine and original 4-speed transmission. This car has lived its life exclusively in Arizona, having just recently been moved to Michigan, and has zero rust. Odometer shows 59k miles. The Antique White paint is mostly original with a touch up here and there. The interior is original with the exception of the front seat, which was redone in the original color of red. Headliner, door panels are original. The wood veneer is in great condition and is believed to have been redone at some time in its life. The engine has never been out of the car but has been kept in good running order. Newer aluminum radiator. Redone brakes and calipers, redone generator, new tires. Receipts for all. Rare rear a/c properly installed but does not work. All components are there. Original tool kit and is 100% complete! Please email me for more photos and information. Asking 27,500 USD now. Thanks and email me for more photos and info.

July 03, 2019

Posted By: St Louis Car Museum

info@stlouiscarmuseum.com

1959 Jaguar XK150 SE

Very pleased to offer this 1959 Jaguar XK150 SE OTS Roadster. Finished in desired Carmen Red with new black leather interior and new black cloth convertible top, it remains fully equipped with original, numbers matching 3442cc Inline 6 cylinder engine fitted with the Special Equipment option that included dual SU H6 carburetion, front disc brakes, modified B-type cylinder head with larger exhaust ports providing a factory rated 210 horsepower; along with gorgeous 60-spoke chrome wire wheels wrapped in newer Lester Tire Co 6.00-16 wide whitewall tires, dual exit exhaust, telescoping steering column, laminated windscreens, heat/defrost, and dual fender-mounted mirrors!

This exceptional example comes from the longtime Indianapolis owner, Tom Gellenbeck, who acquired this Jaguar in the 1970s. He commissioned a cosmetic restoration soon after purchase, and proudly utilized his stellar roadster for some four decades. It was always a garage kept and continues to bear a wonderfully solid chassis and body that has remained original without any noted damage or rust repair. He enjoyed this XK150 until health issues forced the sale in 2014. Prior to putting his prized possession on the market, he asked Jaguar restoration experts Muncie Imports & Classics in Muncie, Indiana to prepare it for the next owner. This began with a complete overhaul of the brake system: new brake servo, brake lines, fittings, hoses, and brake fluid; new Dayton chrome wire wheels & tires; air filter, complete ignition system with new plugs & wires; new transmission fluid, engine oil/filter; cam cover gaskets, all coolant/heater hoses; cylinder head gasket, exhaust manifold gaskets; new differential pinion seal & gasket; differential input flange, clutch hose, among many other various smaller items to ensure it would be equally enjoyable for the next owner. This service would equal nearly $8,400.

When the new Jefferson City, MO owner acquired this outstanding example in 2014, he elected to have the body professionally repainted. All of the exterior chrome was removed and re-plated, and the convertible top replaced with a new, black Stayfast canvass over a freshly powder-coated frame. The entire exhaust was replaced with a polished stainless steel system from Engel Imports. Overall, it remains very presentable today and in remarkable condition. With all functional gauges and working safety items, it is a difficult car to criticize mechanically. It starts with wonderful ease, idles down appropriately after about one minute of warm-up time, and then performs to proper Jaguar expectation! To ensure it continues with such performance, both batteries were replaced in January 2019, along with a new starter solenoid and ignition switch.

It also comes with its original painted spare tire, correct jack, mallet, wrench, crank handle, and oiler in the storage compartment. The odometer upon arrival to our showroom read only 40,542 miles which would appear to be original, but the St. Louis Car Museum does not have enough evidence to support an actual mileage claim. It does represent one of only 2,265 Open Two-Seater XK150 Roadsters built between 1958 through 1960, and continues to be a splendid driver example eager to cruise all open roads with confidence!

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July 03, 2019

Posted By: St Louis Car Museum

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1969 Jaguar XKE E-Type Series II Fixed Head Coupe

Production on the Series II carried through to early 1971 with all models totaling 18,809 units. Of those, only 4,855 were Fixed Head Coupes making them the rarest to find for collectors today!

Not all cars are born to survive the same way. Any classic car guy can likely share stories of a car they know of parked in a garage awaiting resurrection, but due to the sentimental value or nostalgia behind the vehicle, an owner cant part ways with it. Regardless of condition, these wonderful opportunities continue to exist today. In the case of this 1969 Jaguar E-Type Fixed Head Coupe, it was left as an abandoned project to former owner Mariella Horna in 1991. The car remained garage kept until it was brought to Stonehenge Jaguar LTD, where they helped place her rust free coupe with an eager owner ready to facilitate the deserving restoration it required.

The new owner had sincere intentions of building a show winner, so he utilized the services of Mark Besser at Showcase Restorations, Tim's Automotive Service, along with Stonehenge LTD and others to fully restore this worthy example to operational condition once again! With a methodical effort, everything was professionally sourced to build a truly splendid Jaguar road car. All new classic Old English White was selected to refinish the exterior, along with a stunning all red leather interior. The original engine was missing, so an earlier Series I 3.8L DOHC Inline 6 with triple SU HD8's was selected using a cylinder head by Apex Racing and a rebuilt 4-speed transmission. Finished in the summer of 1993, and enjoyed for approximately 310 miles, it stayed with the same owner for another 20 years! It would be reconditioned in June 2013 after resting again for many years to include an all-new clutch kit with clutch slave & master cylinders; all new fluids for the engine, cooling system, brake system; engine oil filter & air filter, coolant hoses, spark plugs, new alternator & battery, complete fuel flush with boiled fuel tank & new sending unit. All new interior dash knobs & switches were replaced for good measure. At a cost of nearly $11,300 in June 2013, it was road ready once again and enjoyed just sparingly before finding a new home in March 2016 with 340 miles on the odometer.

The new Merrick, NY owner would equally cherish this special Jaguar with a full, comprehensive service following purchase. He would immediately continue the reconditioning effort with a rebuilt head with new intake valves, fresh head gasket, new fuel pump, new fuel lines & filters, professional overhaul of all three carburetors with new jets & floats, intake gaskets, new front brake calipers & pads, turned rotors, front steering boots, front end alignment, new starter, engine freeze plugs, battery, alternator belt, including a complete ignition tune up with new distributor cap & rotor! This owner would drive and enjoy this Coupe sparingly adding limited mileage annually, and continuing the annual service with the addition of a Pertronix electronic ignition system in September 2016 with new plug wires, along with new wiper motor. All new Vredestein tires and tubes were installed in August 2017 along with brake fluid flush, coolant flush, carburetor clean & tune, and fresh air filters. Today, the odometer reads just 496 miles.

Options include telescoping steering column, Triplex XXX glass, Sparkomatic AM/FM radio, Furstil floor mats, stainless steel exhaust system, and wood steering wheel! We feel this exceptional Jaguar has only been hindered by the driving season where it has been owned, leaving limited opportunities to truly enjoy the money spent to bring it to this level of mechanical soundness!

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July 03, 2019

Posted By: St Louis Car Museum

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1964 Jaguar XKE Series I E-Type

Wonderfully restored 1964 Jaguar XKE 3.8 Series I Roadster available! The entire body and forward chassis were repainted to Carmen Red. The Biscuit Tan leather interior is new with a matching Tan canvas soft top and boot cover. All the exterior chrome was refinished and all weather stripping and window rubber replaced with new. Features include telescoping steering column, Smiths instrumentation, heat/defrost, chrome Talbot mirror, and added seatbelts for safety.

The interior was restored to new at the same time as the exterior about 15 years ago. The dash and sport seats were stripped and professionally reupholstered in respective vinyl and leather, the switches cleaned and polished, all six gauges were tested or rebuilt for proper function, fresh interior carpets, center console with radio deleted, original wood steering wheel, and all new wiring harnesses throughout (main, bonnet, dash, and rear)! The entire braking system was refurbished with stainless steel sleeved Dunlop brake calipers, new rotors, brake pads, and wheel bearings. The suspension received new upper & lower ball joints, front Boge shocks, and heavy-duty rear springs with Woodhead shocks (4). The 72-spoke chrome wire wheels wrapped in Vredestein 185SR15 Sprint ST Radial tires. All body and suspension bushing were replaced and the steering rack and column were rebuilt. And finished with the superb sound of a correct quad chamber exhaust system with chrome tips!

More recently in May 2017, a comprehensive rebuild to the engine was completed by H.D Rogers & Sons in Bossier City, Louisiana. The started by reconditioning the original, number's matching block, head, and crank. The block and head were dipped, honed and bored. New main bearings & rod bearings (both .020), new standard pistons, grind & balanced crank, wrist pin bushings, upper & lower timing chains all installed, fresh head & pan gaskets. The original triple SU carburetors were rebuilt and polished with new Grose needles and fuel lines, polished the intake manifold, re-cored the radiator, new water pump, cleaned fuel tank, and rebuilt Lucas generator with new brushes. NGK spark plugs, Champion wires, points, condenser, and Lucas Gold coil complete the ignition. The exhaust manifolds were porcelain coated. The original 4-speed gearbox has remained quite tight, so it received a new clutch and fresh hydraulic fluid.

It is truly a very sharp example, even with a now approximately 15-year-old cosmetic restoration! The current odometer reading is only 65,836 miles! This early E-type needs nothing to be enjoyed right away!

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July 03, 2019

Posted By: St Louis Car Museum

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1969 Jaguar E-Type Series II

Superb 1969 Jaguar XKE Convertible finished in factory code correct Pale Primrose over Black interior and matching black soft top! Powered by it all original, number's matching drivetrain featuring the 4.2L Inline 6 DOHC engine and 4-speed fully synchromesh manual transmission! Options include power disc brakes, wood steering wheel, telescoping steering column, 72-spoke chrome wire spoke wheels wrapped in 185R15 Michelin X radial redline tires, dual outside mirrors, Blaupunkt AM/FM radio, windshield washers, Smiths instrumentation, and completely polished stainless steel exhaust system!

This gorgeous example began life with the original owner, who would pass it on to his daughter after his death. After her passing, the spouse elected to finally sell this one owner example in 2003 to a broker. It would be purchased by Lillian, AL resident & veteran Navy Captain Vince Cooke with just 36,016 miles on the odometer. He would cherish his acquisition for the next 15 years with the car's first base coat/clear coat repaint in 2004. After enjoying his all original Jaguar for about 5 years, he elected to have the engine professionally overhauled by Ian Brown, a Jaguar Technical Representative for North America dealerships. It would be complete rebuild utilizing the original block, heads, crankshaft, and cams, with the head planed & the flywheel turned, with a brand new clutch kit installed. All other components would be fully rebuilt, replaced, or renewed. After 2,000 miles of enjoyment, Ian Brown and James Bamford would be asked to entirely rebuild the rear end in 2010, being renewed to like-new Jaguar standards.

The body would finally receive the deserving attention in 2015 when the Gross Bros of Pensacola, FL would disassemble this car entirely in order to give it a proper bare metal repaint. This would include multiple primer/sealer coats, and a stunning base coat/clear coat finish! A new windshield would be installed while retaining the original Triplex side glass. New rubber seals and gaskets would be installed, along with a brand new aluminum radiator, silver ceramic coated exhaust manifolds and polished stainless steel exhaust system fitted. Sadly, Capt. Cooke would pass away in February 2018 at the age of 83 and the Jaguar would sell on to the Belle Meade Collection in Nashville, TN. Today, the odometer reads only 44,957 miles, of which about 5,500 miles are on the rebuilt engine.

Detailed Photos > https://inventory.stlouiscarmuseum.com/vehicles/51/1969-jaguar-e-type-se...

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July 03, 2019

Posted By: St Louis Car Museum

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1964 Jaguar XKE Series I

Very proud to offer this nicely restored 1964 Jaguar XKE Series I roadster for sale. Built in May 1963 and dispatched one month later to a German dealership called Fendler & Luedemann, it would wear UK registration 5088WK for the original owner who opted for export delivery before shipping it home the United States. Finished originally in Opalescent Dark Blue over Grey, it is now displayed beautifully in British Racing Green over Biscuit Tan Leather interior with matching Tan Stayfast canvass top & boot cover. It remains in wonderful condition considering its last ground up restoration was completed in 1991 commissioned by a Bountiful, Utah owner at that time. The entire car was completely stripped to achieve a proper color change, also allowing for a completely new interior! The dash and seats were stripped and professionally reupholstered in respective vinyl & leather, fresh interior carpet, a center console with upgraded Alpine AM/FM/Cassette radio installed, original wood steering wheel, and all new wiring harnesses throughout (main, bonnet, dash, and rear)!

The original engine was replaced with a fully rebuilt Series I 4.2L variant from 1967 (7E1443-9) providing 265 horsepower through original triple SU carburetion and 4-speed manual transmission. Other options include 72-spoke chrome wire wheels, Michelin X 185.15 Redline tires, proper Smiths instrumentation, and telescoping steering column. The previous owner from its most recent Texas collection for the past 16 years had replaced the starter, fuel pump, filter, and hoses in 2006 and had only driven it sparingly since.

Upon arrival to the St. Louis Car Museum in May 2019, we performed a comprehensive inspection and made some improvements. These included new battery & voltage stabilizer, new NGK spark plugs, new carburetor floats, engine oil/filter change, new complete Bell stainless steel exhaust system, rebuilt clutch slave & master cylinders, new interior blower motor, replacement of the transmission & differential fluids, new brake light switch, fuel level sender, and steering rack boots with fresh outer tie rod ends. The original radiator showed evidence of past leaks, so it was replaced with a brand new aluminum unit from Wizard Cooling for added performance, along with all new coolant.

It is truly a breathtaking example, even with a now 25+-year-old restoration! The current odometer reading is only 35,074 miles which we believe to be actual since restoration. It is an outstanding, early E-type that needs nothing to be enjoyed right away! It comes complete with JDHT Certificate, an extra set of keys, and matching spare.

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