Rare Coupe: 1975 Jaguar XJ6C Survivor

This 1975 Jaguar XJ6C is a rarely seen two-door version of the manufacturer’s iconic luxury saloon, and with under 90,000 original miles and no evidence of rust, it’s likely one of the few unrestored survivors left. This Jaguar has… more»

Luxury Convertible: 2000 Jaguar XKR

UPDATE – The seller sent us additional photos of this sweet Jag! It might be newer than what we typically feature, but these are fun machines to drive, it’s clearly been well cared for, and the price seems right… more»

Famous Foxbat: 1960 Jaguar XK150 Shooting Brake

Europe is famous for many things, but they stand apart from their peers for the car community’s love of shooting brakes. You might call it a wagon, but in the case of a one-of-two Jaguar XK150 converted to an… more»

Art in Motion: 1967 Jaguar XKE 2+2

“The most beautiful car ever made” is high praise from a man like Enzo Ferrari, and this definitely deserved any and all accolades it got. It’s a stunning work of automotive art, recognized by the Museum of Modern Art… more»

Boss 302 Powered: 1969 Jaguar E-Type 2+2

When it comes to a vintage Jaguar, what’s the common lament about the vehicle in question – is it the styling? No, almost never, as cars like the E-Type were among some of the prettiest ever made. Is it… more»

Smashed Classic: 1960 Jaguar XK150 S Drophead Coupe

Sometimes it is pretty easy to tell when you’re having a bad day. When you head out for a drive in a classic car that commands a six-figure value and the journey ends with it looking like this, it… more»

LS Swap? 1977 Jaguar XJC Coupe

One sure way to alienate fans of a particular car is to re-power it with an engine from another brand of vehicle. The owner of this 1977 Jaguar XJ Coupé in Greenville, South Carolina said the elegant but engine-free… more»

Series 1 Project: 1964 Jaguar E-Type Coupe

Series 1 Jaguars are always in demand, as they feature a host of details not found on later cars, and generally, the initial production runs of any iconic model are sure-fire collectibles later on. This one is a project,… more»

Clown Car Conversion: Jaguar XJ6 Prototype

The world of custom clown cars is a strange one, but it’s typically reserved for Cadillac Sevilles. This time, a 1986 Jaguar XJ6 decided to get into the mix, and someone chopped a four door down to two very… more»

Sounds Like A Cobra: 1952 Jaguar XK120 Replica

While most replicas tend to be a disappointment, the recreations of the classic Jaguar XK120 are among my favorites in the kit car game. For some reason, it seems like the proportions of the replicas actually improved over the… more»

Rust-Free Project: 1969 Jaguar E-Type 2+2

It seems to be a fact of life that most examples of the Jaguar E-Type that we see here at Barn Finds fall into two distinct categories. They can be beautifully restored or preserved classics, or they tend to… more»

Rare Range Topper: 1965 Jaguar Mark 10

When it comes to classic Jaguars, there’s almost a boredom that sets in with regards to the models you’re apt to find lingering in barns and sheds. Almost always, the E-Type pops up as the usual suspect, followed by… more»

15 Years in the Barn: 1987 Jaguar XJS Convertible

It’s a shame the Jaguar XJS has such a lousy reputation for reliability. To me, this is one of the more attractive models they made, especially in recent memory, and you could even get it equipped with a V12…. more»

Throwback Thursday: David’s Big Ol’ Barn Cat

Over the years, we’ve featured some really incredible stories and finds. With so many new readers joining us, we thought it might be fun to repost some of our favorite past finds. This week, we are taking another look… more»

350 Swapped Stretch: 1973 Jaguar XJ12 Limo

Let’s face it: all of us have some hopeless automotive addiction that makes absolutely no sense. Yes, you can have the standard car-related love affairs with classic American muscle, European sports models, and the like, but there’s always the… more»

One Owner Rarity: 1988 Jaguar XJ-SC

Automotive history is littered with compromises, and the 1988 Jaguar XJ-SC perfectly demonstrates this. The company was keen to regain some ground lost due to the demise of the E-Type Roadster. However, there were rumors that US legislators were… more»