This is an original right-hand drive flat floor outside bonnet lock E-Type. The car has only had 2 owners from new. A full restoration was completed in 1994 which is when the second owner purchased the car. A good history file comes with this car including photos of the restoration and all MOT certificates since 1994. This beautiful E-Type has been treasured and driven very occasionally having covered just less than 3000 miles with the second owner. Today the car is still in excellent condition and is a very nice car to drive.
1962 Jaguar E Type 3.8 Evolution FHC This is a very special Jaguar E Type 3.8 FHC that has been fully restored with the following upgrades, Uprated chassis frames, 5 speed gearbox, stainless steel exhaust system, electric cool air system, stainless wire wheels, stainless brake and fuel lines, uprated brakes, full leather interior and much more. The car is fantastic to drive and has only completed road testing miles so is in excellent condition. Sold with 3 months or 3000 miles warranty whichever comes first. Please do contact us if you would like to know more about this car or to arrange a test drive.
1950 JAGUAR MKV 3.5 SALOON Supplied new to Australia in 1950 this right hand drive Jaguar MKV saloon is the more desirable 3.5 version. The car drives very nicely having been fitted with a 5 speed gearbox and electric power steering. This car is in very good condition but would benefit from some improvements to bring it to the next level.
1969 Jaguar E Type Series 2 2+2 This car has had a full body restoration with lots of photographs throughout the process. We have carried out a full inspection and it has been through our workshops so is now ready to be driven. The car drives very well and is in excellent condition. Sold with 3 months or 3000 miles warranty whichever comes first.
1962 Jaguar 3.8 E Type Roadster Manufactured in December 1962, this is originally a LHD car that has been converted to RHD whilst being fully restored. The car has been kept in its original colours of Opalescent Silver Blue with Black trim and a Black hood. Every aspect of the car has been restored from the body through to the engine, transmission, differential, suspension and brakes. The car has had several upgrades fitted – 5 speed gearbox, uprated brakes, uprated torsion bars, uprated heater motor, uprated headlights, aluminium radiator, electric cooling fan and a stainless steel exhaust system. This is a great car to drive and is in excellent condition having covered just 500 miles since being restored. Sold with 3 months or 3000 miles warranty whichever comes first. Please contact us to arrange a test drive.
1964 Gordon Keeble This manual transmission example was originally exported to Canada in 1964 and in May 1967 was sold to the second owner with 5,500 miles on the odometer. The current vendor bought this Gordon-Keeble and imported it into the Netherlands in 2000, since when approximately €30,000 has been spent on bringing the car to its present excellent condition. British-car specialists Noble House in Almere, Holland carried out the restoration, since when only some 2,000 miles have been covered. Noteworthy features include an additional brake servo, a Kenlowe electric cooling fan and its original Radiomobile radio. The vendor has been told that the rear axle ratio of 3.07:1 was changed to 2.88:1 at 14,188 miles, and that the speedometer had been changed by 15,522 miles, making the total covered from new approximately 58,000 miles. Finished in Sage Green metallic with original black skai interior. Sold with 3 months or 3000 miles warranty whichever comes first.
1955 Jaguar XK140 Roadster This car is probably the most original XK140 Roadster in the world. It has less than 22,000 recorded miles from new and is a great testament to the original owner, who cared for and maintained the car for more than 46 years. The first owner, Rene Savoie, ordered the car namely Jaguar XK140SE in the beautiful combination of Suede Green exterior with Suede Green leather and it was dispatched to Massachusetts on the 18th February 1955. Mr Savoie reluctantly sold the car when he could no longer physically drive it and it passed to his long time property manager, at the time of sale the recorded mileage was just 20,000. Over the last eight years, the car has been part of a collection of highly original unrestored sports cars. The recorded mileage today shows 21,958 miles. The body and structure are in remarkable condition with very good panel gaps. The engine bay is excellent with the original chassis plate attached and the correct C-Type cylinder head fitted. Even the original cheney hose clips are still in place. The interior is also in remarkable condition along with the original carpets and door casings and we are currently feeding the leather to improve its suppleness. A full tonneau cover is included, which again is in remarkable condition. This is a unique opportunity to acquire a wonderfully preserved Jaguar XK140 Roadster in the best specification.
Jaguar C-Type Replica A beautiful aluminium C-Type replica, first registered in the early 1980s, in superb condition and ready to be raced and rallied. Previous owners include Victor Gauntlett, former chairman of Aston Martin Lagonda, and Paul Alexander, who raced the car in the 1990s. This is a very accurate replica with many period features giving a feeling of history and provenance. At this time the car does not have FIA papers, however these could be obtained to allow entry into any classic racing series. As values for original C-Types continue to reach stratospheric levels, this is a way of owning a beautiful facsimile, which will allow you to drive and compete with the real thing. Sold with 3 months or 3000 miles warranty whichever comes first. Come and take a test drive!