Cars for sale

May 04, 2019

Posted By:

aidan.gehrig@comcast.net

2002 XJR 100

This 2002 Limited Edition Jaguar XJR 100 is a new listing in the ever expanding early 2000s limited edition Jaguar market. This special, limited edition car only having 500 units ever produced will gently glide you down the road with speed, power, and style. Having only 500 of these XJR 100’s being made by Jaguar, only 240 of them were brought to the United States. The cosmetics that make the XJR 100 the XJR 100 is tinted windows, Anthracite (black) body color and a warm charcoal interior, 19” Montreal BBS wheels, factory cross-drilled Brembo rotors, unique door sills, contrasting red stitching, birdseye maple dash trim, and a leather wrapped steering wheel. The noted imperfections are age-related creasing to the leather surface and cracking along some of the wood veneer clear coating. All of the instrumentation, controls, and power accessories are in great working order. The mileage of this XJR 100 is 91,676. It has the 5-speed Mercedes 5G-Tronic W5A580 automatic transmission and the 4.0 Liter 370 hp V8. This car is in its original, unmodified condition and is being sold for $13,499. You can contact Aidan Miller at aidan.gehrig@comcast.net

April 18, 2019

Posted By: Walter Duane Harter

nancdue@gmail.com

1967 XKE Roadster, Series 1, Jaguar

This 1967 XKE Roadster, Series 1, Jaguar is a 6 Cylinder, 4.2 L Engine, JAGUAR DAIMLER HERITAGE TRUST CERTIFIED Classic Jaguar. Engine, Body, and Transmission numbers match numbers on identification tag on chassis. Hard Top & Chrome are original. All metal is excellent and show quality. Body Jaguar Color is Opalescent Silver Grey, with Black/Chrome Hard Top. Interior leather, carpet and convertible top are black and look new. Headlight Covers are Clear. All gauges have been reconditioned professionally. Michelin Red Line Tires on Chrome Wire Wheels. 74,078 Original miles. Selling Price $130,000.00 . Contact Duane Harter, 509-922-8459, nancdue@gmail.com

April 09, 2019

Posted By:

george@cantstopthinkingbig.com

1954 XK-120SE

In family since 1981 (Dad was 3rd owner, I am 4th). Restoration completed 1991. Full cosmetic/electrical refurb 2018. Excellent condition, excellent driver. Approximately 74K miles. Many photos/details at https://120jag.forsale. Contact George: george@120jag.forsale. 540.369.3363. $123,500

Details:
- paint/bodywork renewed
- all new interior (leather, carpet, trim)
- guages all rebuilt/refurbished at Nisonger
- Completely new wiring harnes throughout
- LED taillights
- battery cutoff
- new winshield glass
- new chrome
- mileage believed accurate/complete for the car
- many, many spares and documentation

April 05, 2019

Posted By:

kellybhay@gmail.com

1999 XK8 Convertible

Basic information
- $9,500 OBO
- SAJGX2048XC034707
- Purchased in 2010 in Seattle
- We are the 3rd owner of the car (Located in Phoenix, AZ)
- Phoenix Red exterior / Cashmere interior / Taupe convertible top
- Jaguar Heritage Certification

The Good
- EVERYTHING WORKS!
- 49,800 original miles
- New Continental tires
- Just completed 50K inspection (no issues)
- Power top fluid changed from original factory to new fluid
- All seats intact with limited cracking
- Wood dash in great condition
- Car cover included
- Envelope for the convertible top cover included
- Clear bra on hood and mirrors
- 6 disk trunk CD player (working
- Owners manual

The Bad
- Coffee cup holder works but pops out occasionally (obviously the engineers were "teatotalers" not coffee drinkers)
- Small cigarette burn above left front windshield

Contact Kelly - 770-580-9236 or kellybhay@gmail.com

March 23, 2019

Posted By: Mike Bailey

jaguarinterests00@yahoo.com

2000 XK Coupe

2000 XK8 Coupe
Silver with black leather interior.
New tires, refurbished wheels, interior redyed and conditioned, car cover, books, etc..
Everything operational.
60k miles. Used for Jag Club events and shows. Not used as daily driver.
Mechanically and cosmetically excellent.
$ 12,900. Contact Karen @ 810.334.4421 or eklapko@gmail.com

March 19, 2019

Posted By: George Eshaghian

geshaghian@mindspring.com

1994 XJS Convertible for parts or restoration

This is a non-running Jaguar XJS convertible for parts or repair. This was a running car that belonged to my father. In 2010, he gave this car to my cousin, who was not familiar with the care that a classic requires, and it was parked inside his garage in the Hollywood Hills because he had difficulty getting the car to pass smog. Long story short, there was a moisture problem in the garage, which resulted in an electrical problem such that the garage door was not opened for approximately 5 years, and the car was moisture damaged. Mostly complete, although some parts were used in another project. Clear Arizona title. I will consider parting the car out if there are no takers as a whole. Offers/trades considered.
Plenty of photos here:
https://photos.app.goo.gl/kh6C5us9MXC28GvW8
Please call my mobile at 8I8-9I5-36O6 for fastest response
Thanks

March 03, 2019

Posted By: Amy Pfalzgraf

georgesclassiccars@gmail.com

1969 XKE Series 2, fully restored

All original, fully restored 1969 XKE, series 2. Car has its original 6-cylinder motor. Milage is 36,250. Asking price is $95,000. Car is garaged in Burke, VA.

February 27, 2019

Posted By: Richard Hartwell

rchartwell@aol.com

1994 Jaguar XJS Coupe

Nicely Preserved Original Car
Five-Speed Manual Transmission

The Jaguar name is one steeped in legend and mystique. Starting from its roots with the Swallow Sidecar Company, the company has grown into a world-renowned manufacturer of some of the best and most stylish cars on the road. Whether it’s the performance of an XK140 or the classic elegance of a Mark V, Jaguar represents class, elegance, speed and prestige, none of which has been lost in their fine offering of cars in the present day. Indeed, one look at a new XJ, XE, XF, or F-Pace is all it takes to let one know that Jaguar is on top of its game.

Offered here is a Grand Touring Jaguar in every sense of the word, a 1994 Jaguar XJS Coupe that has had just two owners since new and still wears its original British Racing Green paint. As a luxury car it also features all of the comforts one would expect in a car of this pedigree with power steering, power brakes, power windows, air conditioning, and a gorgeous leather interior. Although built with all of the comfort and extravagance one would expect from Jaguar, this XJS remains true to its performance roots with a five-speed manual transmission mated to its four-liter inline six cylinder rated at 219 horsepower. Stopping power is precise with four-wheel disc brakes. This interior is just what a Grand Touring car should be with a sea of fine tan leather, furniture grade woodwork, and plush carpeting for a truly comfortable feel.

This particular XJS was believed to have been delivered to a Jaguar Executive in New Jersey who owned the Jaguar for two years before selling to a friend of the family, who cared for the Jaguar for the next 21 years. All books and maintenance records are present dating back to 1996 and the Heritage Certificate is available upon request. Recent serving includes the brakes, a/c system and belts. Tires were replaced in the recent past.

This XJS is one of 42 of an approximate 100 supplied with the getreg 5-speed manual gearbox, and holds a special place in the history of the XJS. Once you drive one you will know why. Conservatively priced at $16,500

February 27, 2019

Posted By: Richard Hartwell

rchartwell@aol.com

1976 Jaguar XJS Barnfind!!!!!

I found this 1976 Jaguar XJS #1249 parked in a warehouse in Ft Lauderdale, Fl where it sat since 1984. The physician owner drove the Jaguar regularly until the starter jammed up, so he pulled it into his warehouse with 44K miles on it and moved on to his next vehicle, an Austin Healy 3000 of which was sitting next to it when i was called to come view the cars. Both had four flats and sat in dry storage as other vehicles arrived over the years to meet the same fate.
The XJS carries all the the very early features along with a period CB radio, as well as the original radio. This is a true survivor that would be an awesome addition to anyones Jaguar collection. The Jaguar comes with the original glove box pouch and owners manual/papers. Feel free to contact me for further info and photos. Reluctantly offered for sale at $5800.

February 12, 2019

Posted By: barry randell

barryrandell@earthlink.net

1954 XK-120 ROADSTER

1954 XK-120 Roadster. Fiery red exterior with biscuit interior. Excellent original car (except perishables). Runs and sounds great with dual SS exhausts. A driver that wins over “Trailer Queens” at Concours! One of the last produced XK-120s, this gem is a top example of that iconic/classic car, a quintessential work of rolling art to be fully appreciated by being driven out on the road.

The present owner (who judges at Concours d’Elegance events) searched for 5 years for the exceptional car that had all elements essential to an outstanding XK-120 combination: power and sleekness with no disturbances to break the design; a sexy, racy color, dual exhausts, molded (non-chrome) signal lights and no rear view mirror(s) on the fenders to distract from the flowing lines of the car, skirts on the rear wheels and beauty rings on the front. Most importantly, a driver in superior original condition that turns heads while enjoying exercise. After looking at dozens of cars in numerous states, this “Yes!” was found in Malibu, CA. The location proved advantageous because after the car was fully vetted locally, the owner and her husband drove it up the coast on beautiful Big Sur Coast Highway 1 and then took it over to XK’s Unlimited facility in San Luis Obispo (recognized as the premier classic restoration Jaguar shop). The car was in fine condition but (perfection desired) was left there for a couple of months where a thorough and extensive mechanical overhaul was completed and everything either replaced with proper, authentic parts or fully repaired as necessary.

“Flame” has been lovingly maintained and garaged (pajamas in winter) ever since. Complete service records are available. All original tools are included along with the folding top, side curtains, and car manual. The Jaguar Heritage Trust Certificate confirms the authenticity and originality of this outstanding car.

This is one of the best examples of XK-120s to be found, and it is well priced at $117,000 for a private sale. The owner decided not to go to auction even though she was told it would sell for at least this price (or more). A direct sale significantly benefits both buyer and seller if you add in the normal Buyer’s premium to be added on at auction, making this price very attractive.

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