Matching Numbers Basketcase: 1959 Jaguar XK150

Every project has a starting point – this much is true. And while the beauty of projects is that they allow you to put your own stamp on things, it may sometimes be years before you get to enjoy… more»

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V8-Powered 1953 Jaguar XK120 Barn Find!

This 1953 Jaguar XK120 fixed-head coupe is a barn find from Alabama that features some unusual modifications. The engine has been swapped out for a Chevy small-block V8 and a four-speed manual, and the nose has been fitted with… more»

Rare Manual Transmission: 1986 Jaguar XJ-SC

This 1986 Jaguar XJ-SC is such a bizarre combination of rare features it almost defies description. Featuring the targa/convertible roof option – which saw very limited production amidst a low take rate – and the factory manual transmission, it… more»

1954 Jaguar XK120 Roadster Barn Find

This right-hand-drive 1954 Jaguar XK120 Roadster is a recent barn find, where it supposedly kept company with a left-hand version of the same car. It’s for sale here on eBay with bids at $6,200 and reserve not met.

Parked in ’74: 1952 Jaguar XK120 FHC

This 1952 Jaguar XK120 Fixed Head Coupe might appear to be an expensive starting point for a restoration project, but upon completion, it could be a car that is capable of commanding a solid 6-digit value. What makes it… more»

20 Year Sleep: 1956 Jaguar XK140 Roadster

This Jaguar XK140 cuts a pretty forlorn figure sitting in this barn. It is a spot that it has occupied for more than 20-years while it has waited for someone to come along and return it to its best…. more»

Dusty E-Type: 1965 Jaguar XKE Roadster

Up for sale is a number matching 1965 Jaguar E-Type. It does need some attention to get it into better shape, but it would be a great project. It is located in Bradenton, Florida and has a clean title,… more»

UPDATE! 1969 Jaguar E-Type Barn Find Uncovered In NY

UPDATE – Not quite a year later and Victor finally has this E-Type done! It turned out beautifully, so if you’d love to see the finished product, you can see it below! FROM 11/09/2018 – Reader Victor L recently… more»

Lightweight Project: 1963 Jaguar E-Type Roadster

The owner of this 1963 Jaguar E-Type Roadster states that he has been collecting all of the components with a view to constructing an aluminum-bodied E-Type Lightweight replica. There are plenty of people who would argue that what he… more»

V8 Powered Coupe: 1975 Jaguar XJ6

This 1975 Jaguar XJ6 is a rare coupe body that’s lost its factory engine is favor of a V8 swap. In addition, the Jaguar is listed at no reserve as a non-runner. It has rust issues in the roof,… more»

Parked For A Decade: 1972 Jaguar E-Type

This 1972 Jaguar E-Type 2+2 has spent its entire life in a climate-controlled garage and has only recently emerged following a decade-long hibernation. It is a solid and complete car but will require some work before it is ready… more»

EXCLUSIVE: Well Documented 1965 Jaguar 3.8S

What Makes It Special? Originally a U.S. Ambassador’s car which comes with all the original shipping paperwork and other documentation from Jaguar. Fun fact: Bill of Sale from Jaguar is for $1.00 – the cheapest new Jaguar ever. It… more»

Solid British Luxury: 1965 Jaguar 3.8 S-Type

Introduced in 1963 to fill a gap in the product range between the Mark 2 and the Mark X, the Jaguar S-Type was essentially a Mark 2 that had been extended and featured some minor styling changes to increase… more»

The One I Should Have Bought: 1990 Jaguar XJS

This is the car I should have purchased.  Yup, I can say that as last year I bought a Jaguar XJS from this very site. Don’t get me wrong, I love my car and I don’t regret buying it,… more»

Affordable & Rust Free: 1969 Jaguar E-Type Garage Find

It’s always suspenseful to me when a classic car listing begins with the car in situ, where you can see how the car was stored! This 1969 Jaguar E-Type 2+2 has been sitting for 19 years and with the… more»

LT1 Transplant: 1989 Jaguar XJ-S

When Jaguar introduced the XJ-S to the world as a replacement for the aging E-Type, it envisaged that it would remain in production for around 10-years. However, the high initial development costs, coupled with lack of funds to develop… more»