Jaguar

Rusty Cat: 1969 Jaguar E-Type FHC

The Jaguar E-Type is a striking looking car that remains a desirable classic today. Good examples can command some pretty extraordinary prices, but this 1969 model is going to require a lot of work if it is to reach… more»

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Less Than 5,000 Miles: 1988 Jaguar XJS Convertible

Besides being a Jaguar XJS convertible modified by longtime coachbuilder Hess & Eisenhardt, this particular XJS is notable for its exceedingly low mileage, clocking in at a mere 4,936. Before Jaguar made the XJS droptop a regular feature of… more»

Cheap Cat Second Chance: 1989 Jaguar XJS Convertible

You can hear the frustration in the seller’s voice coming through the words of this listing, evidently posted for a second time after the first winner failed to follow though with payment. That’s a serious frustration, especially when you… more»

41K Original Miles: 1988 Jaguar XJ-S Convertible

Refinement on wheels is how I would define this beautiful, 41K mile, 1988 Jaguar XJ-S convertible. This convertible is one of approximately 2,100 that was converted to a drop-top by coachbuilder Hess and Eisenhardt and it appears as new…. more»

No Reserve Series 1: 1966 Jaguar E-Type

This 1966 Jaguar E-Type is a desirable Series 1 coupe listed with no reserve and in road-ready condition. The Jaguar benefits from significant work carried out over the years, largely in the hands of the second owner, including new… more»

Rare V12 Targa Roof: 1987 Jaguar XJ-SC

This 1987 Jaguar XJ-SC is the rare targa-style roof model that allowed occupants to have their cake and eat it, too, if they so desired. In other words, you could drive it as a standard coupe-style body, or remove… more»

Massive Barn Find Stash Found in France!

One of my most frequent automotive fantasies involves going off on a hike in search of a forgotten garage full of classic automobiles. I did this a few years ago with a friend off of a tip about a… more»

Rare 1959 Jaguar Mark I With 3.4-Liter Power!

Now here’s a rare find, a 1959 Mark I Jaguar with the larger 3.4-liter version of the famous twin-cam six and an auto box. It’s reasonably intact, particularly the interior, and it’s for sale with an asking price of… more»

Cheap British Droptop: 1995 Jaguar XJS Convertible

Finding a forgotten family car is perhaps one of the better barn find stories you can ask for, but it’s always intriguing when you see said vehicle parked among other classics. It makes you wonder who the family is,… more»

20K Mile Perfection: 1967 Jaguar XK-E

Good Heavens! a 1967 Jaguar E-Type with only 20K miles? How’s that possible? This sort of thing happens with a little old lady from Pasadena who only drove her Dodge on Sundays or a muscle car bought in the… more»

Parking Lot Sighting: 1971 Jaguar XJ6 2.8

Back in 2015, we featured a GTO Judge Convertible barn find that Reader GW had found. Well, he just came across another interesting find and while this one isn’t a muscle car or found in a barn, it’s still… more»

No Reserve V12 Coupe: 1986 Jaguar XJS

Yes, there is no such thing as a cheap, old Jaguar. I get that. But if you just wanted to have an iconic V12 cruiser in your garage for not much scratch – and had the ability to wrench… more»

Backyard Find: 1969 Jaguar E-Type

This 1969 Jaguar E-Type is yet another project-grade example of the desirable sports car, this one appearing to reside in very un-Jaguar-like surroundings of a messy backyard. The seller notes he purchased it out of a collection and has… more»

No Reserve Project: 1969 Jaguar E-Type

This 1969 Jaguar E-Type is a Series 2 example that is equipped with the preferred manual gearbox. It has some needs, as the bodywork is rough and the interior requires full restoration. The seller has listed it as a… more»

No Reserve: 48k Mile 1983 Jaguar XJS

This 1983 Jaguar XJS coupe is the second “High Efficiency” model that’s turned up in the last few days, and is also a nicely-preserved driver with low miles and presented as being in clean condition. The body looks to… more»

V6-Powered 1962 Jaguar Mark II

This 1962 Jaguar MK2 is hiding a secret beneath its clean exterior and otherwise stock appearance in the form of a modern drivetrain swap. It’s also equipped with the preferred manual gearbox, making this stately saloon a compelling alternative… more»