V8-Powered Tribute: 1952 Jaguar XK120

When it comes to driving a vintage or classic car, we all know the concessions that are involved. While it may be thrilling to sit behind the wheel of a priceless antique vehicle, the day that the air conditioning… more»

350 Chevy Powered! 1974 Jaguar XJ6L

The XJ6L was a decent performer to start with, coming equipped in North America with a 4.2L engine that made 150 horsepower right from the factory.  But the seller of this 1974 Jaguar XJ6L here on Craigslist had other… more»

Barn Find Bounty: 1963 Sunbeam and More!

A host of cars from Europe and America recently rolled out of a southern California barn into the harsh sunlight for the first time in a long while. This 1963 Sunbeam Alpine headlines the inventory here on Craigslist, where… more»

Original Paint: 1972 Jaguar XJ6

The seller purchased this 1972 Jaguar XJ6 a year ago because its original paint took them. They have enjoyed the luxurious motoring experience it has provided and have spent a considerable sum ensuring the car is mechanically healthy, meaning… more»

Forlorn Cat: 1948 Jaguar Mark IV 1 1/2 Liter Saloon

Before WWII, Jaguar was evolving out of William Lyons’ Swallow Sidecar Company. Lyons managed to keep his company afloat during the Depression by joining with Standard to make a sports car. The SS1 was introduced in 1931 and produced… more»

British Survivor: 1969 Jaguar E-Type Fixed Head Coupe

We’ve seen a few Jaguar E-Types over more than a decade at Barn Finds, and their condition has varied widely. Some have been close to the point of no return, while others have received stunning restorations. This 1969 model… more»

Unbelievable 230 Car Barn Find Stash!

One of the best stories you can learn about when tracking barn finds is a massive cache of vehicles that no one seemingly knew about. According to the auction listing description, this collection in Europe was built without much… more»

Manual or Auto? 1970 Jaguar E-Type

Regular readers will know the Jaguar E-Type holds a special place in my heart. I believe it is one of the most beautiful cars in automotive history, especially in Roadster form. This 1970 2+2 Coupe brings an air of… more»

Affordable Luxury: 1965 Jaguar S-Type

Jaguar’s Sir William Lyons pursued the saloon niche with a vengeance in the 1960s, introducing four models in quick succession. This constellation ranged from the limousine-like Mk X to the aristocratic luxury of the XJ6. The S-type sat between… more»

Special Equipment: 1955 Jaguar XK140 MC OTS

Reviewing derelict early XKs for Barn Finds reveals one consistency: you can find one of these projects in almost any configuration you want – complete/not complete; running/not running; rusty/not rusty; 120/140/150; matching numbers/or not. Maybe you can’t find one… more»

Taking a Vow of Poverty: British Car Collection For Sale

We have all heard that those who wish to enter certain religious orders must first take a vow of poverty in order to show their dedication.  That commitment obviously separates out those who are not truly serious about their… more»

This 1954 Jaguar XK 120 SE Needs to be Finished!

So near and yet so far. The owner says this 1954 Jaguar XK 120 SE (for Special Equipment) Roadster, here on craigslist in Aberdeen, Washington, is “basically ready for reassembly.” But there are still many major parts shown in… more»

V12 Targa Cabriolet: 1987 Jaguar XJ-SC

From decade to decade, we see different vehicles pop up that reflect some trend or fad that drove a manufacturer to develop a short-lived model for what seemed like strong consumer sentiment at the time. For a few years,… more»

Custom Roadster! 1971 Jaguar XJ6

Meet JAGROD, a custom roadster hand-built by the seller about nine years ago.  The project started off with a 1971 Jaguar XJ6 but morphed into the cool one-of-a-kind two-seater you can see here on eBay.  This one’s pretty impressive,… more»

Good Starting Point? 1967 Jaguar XKE 2+2

Sleek looks at a relatively affordable price and delivers good performance.  Those all seem to be reasons why the Jaguar XKE was a hit when it was introduced back in 1961, with the 2+2 four-seater following in ’66.  Among… more»

V12 Power! 1990 Jaguar XJS

The XJ-S ended up being one of the longest-running models Jaguar ever built, and when you look at the sleek lines and beautiful styling of these coupes it’s easy to understand why.  The cars first went on sale in… more»