This wonderful E-Type has previously undergone a comprehensive, documented restoration by Classic Showcase, and has benefited from a very recent full servicing and updating. During the comprehensive restoration, no expense was spared in the show/driver restoration process. The fit, finish, and craftsmanship to the XKE is complimentary to the vehicle. Included in the restoration process: it was evaluated, inspected, and photographed, then disassembled, stripped to bare metal, placed on a rotisserie, metal finished, leaded, with all body parts fitted to the car as well as the chrome, primer preparation, sealer, paint, base and clear coat, finally color sanded and buffed to the fabulous finish you see today. All mechanical systems and components were rebuilt, serviced, restored or replaced as needed, including: the engine and transmission as well as the rear end and suspension. In addition, the engine block was hot tanked, line bored, and magnafluxed - which included all machining and calibration along with new pistons, rings, bearings, new water pump and machining the crank. Also installed, were new valves, guides, seals, timing chain, a completely rebuilt head, restoring and rebuild
This very original Porsche 911 Carrera has been well maintained, and cared for. Born on the 17th of January 1985, it features factory air conditioning, speed cruise, tilt wheel, power windows and locks, a Blaupunkt “Monterey” Radio, forged alloy wheels, and leather seats. Dressed in its original color combination of Meteor Grey Metallic, over a Black leather interior, this beauty comes with its original window sticker, build sheet, Porsche Certificate of Authenticity, its owner’s manuals & books, and an abundance of maintenance receipts. The original master saver spare tire, and wheel locks are also included. Classic Showcase is performing a full service and detail, inside and out, so it will be ready for its new home. The Carrara models are known by Porsche people, to be the best handling, improved models to own for the money spent. Making these highly collectable, and fun to drive. This Porsche is a great example, and would make a great addition to your car collection, or as an everyday driver.
(SOLD) This Speedster has always been well cared for and maintained. With performance upgrades which include a fully re-built 912 1600 engine with increased performance, sport exhaust system, and disc brakes. This classic is a great, fun car to own and drive. Recently it’s had a complete re-paint, color sand and buff, all body parts painted separately off the car, full mechanical service, and complete vehicle detail inside and out. A tan stay fast tonneau/ boot cover has been installed.
(SOLD) Martin Johnson, a professional Jaguar restorer, did everything from top to bottom and gave this classic a comprehensive, no expense spared restoration with excellent attention to detail. It was stripped down to bare metal and repainted. All mechanical systems have been rebuilt. It has new and correct biscuit interior. The top bows were restored and it has its original tools and jack. The chrome was re-done, new rubber, and seals were installed. This car was restored to a show-driver level and looks great! Classic Showcase has performed a thrall inspection, service, and full vehicle detail. Classic Showcase has inspected this vehicle and it now meets our expectations. This classic has also been upgraded to a 4.2 fully synchronized transmission, making it a great driver! This is a superb example ready for the road or showing.
(SOLD) This 1970 Jaguar XKE OTS has a beautiful Opalescent Silver Blue finish with a Dark Blue Canopy and interior. It is equipped with Jaguar's 4.2L I-6 engine with a 4-speed manual transmission. it has about 1000 miles since the restoration. It has a hidden, upgraded, remote operated sound system in the trunk with original British Leyland AM push button radio in the dash. It received a professional comprehensive restoration including repaint inside and out, wet sand and buff, all mechanical systems rebuilt, upgraded to 3 SU carburetors for better performance.
(SOLD) This is a great opportunity to own a Series I covered headlight XKE Roadster with a 4.2, bucket seats, and with fabulous instrumentation. Features great performance with a 6 cylinder with overhead cam, triple SU carburetors, and a 4 speed synchronized transmission. The convertible is well-presented, and the E-Type is powered by a 258-cid, 265-hp six-cylinder twin-camshaft engine with three carburetors and backed by a four-speed manual transmission; stopping power is provided by four-wheel disc brakes. Currently has a AM/FM Craig radio.This E-type is highly collectible car, with the 1966 year being one of the most collectible of the whole Series.
(SOLD) The Series 1 can be recognized by the following features: Small "mouth" opening at the front. Signal lights above bumpers. Exhaust tips are under the license plate in the rear. Glass covered headlights. Aluminum Center instrument panel and console.
(SOLD) This matching numbers 1964 Jaguar is an original California car with only 23,000 miles since new. It has been garage kept, well maintained, and properly serviced always. This E-Type has tremendous original patina, and it would be hard to find any Coupe with lower miles or more original. It has great fit, as well as very good chrome and glass. The exterior was originally Golden Sand color and repainted to the same color, all parts were mostly painted separately. The interior is also original in great condition showing its rare, original Cinnamon color. This Jaguar has its jack and tools and features its original Motorola AM push button radio. The car is complete, and it is a great driver. This spectacular XKE FHC would appeal to not only the collector, but would be a great first time Jaguar for any connoisseur. A DVD of the restoration process accompanies the car as well as its Heritage Certificate of Originality.
(SOLD) This vehicle had been restored to high standards by well known restorer Reggie Ray. The restoration was complete and very comprehensive. This is a very rare and highly collectable E-Type for the Jaguar collector. Don't miss this opportunity to own the very best.
(SOLD) It has been repainted the original color opalescent blue with dark blue interior. The car was stripped to bare metal and repainted with two stage DuPont paint then color sanded and buffed to the finish you see today. The mechanicals have all been gone through including engine, transmission, rear end, hydraulics, suspension, and all systems and components as well. Included in the restoration was a brand new wire harness that was installed. All the proper plating finishes were performed. This is a spectacular example and an excellent investment that is ready to be driven or shown.
(SOLD) This original 190 SL was purchased new in Germany and brought back to the United States. One family owned since new and stored in dry storage for many years. This is a totally original unmolested survivor.
This is a very stylish and sporty example that is brimming with patina throughout, and a great choice for the enthusiast who is looking for an iconic classic Jaguar sedan they can drive and enjoy now, and gradually improve upon over time as they see fit. The Sedan has benefited from the previous ownership of a longtime Jaguar Owner's Club member and enthusiast who was always sure to keep it mechanically sound, with the ultimate goal of one day performing a full cosmetic restoration to the car's body -- making this a terrific candidate for a full restoration. The Sedan proved to be extremely reliable and comfortable, reporting to have performed optimally in a wide array of conditions. In recent years, the S-Type's engine, suspension and other mechanical components have been rebuilt, and would benefit from a routine tune-up / servicing before hitting the road. While the vehicle exhibits some rust, it is easily repairable and the Sedan's new owner may commission Classic Showcase to perform any restoration work they desire. Don't miss this opportunity to get an affordable classic Jaguar example that will bring you years of enjoyment!
(SOLD) This very original, rust free, solid, numbers matching California car has been kept in a local collection and off the road since 2007. It was owned by a member of the San Diego Jaguar Club who kept it in its original color of opalescent blue. The “J67” plate is affixed near the data plate which only occurs in California, thus verifying it’s a California vehicle. It also has it original smog exempt sticker on the windshield. Since this Jaguar was always well maintained, it makes it a great candidate for restoration to a Show/Driver or a Show level. Classic Showcase has scheduled this 1966 Jaguar XKE Series I 4.2 OTS to be taken to a Show/Driver level restoration in the near future; Included in the restoration process the vehicle will be stripped to bare metal, placed on a rotisserie, metal finished, leaded, all body parts fitted to the car and chrome, prepared for primer, sealer, paint, base, clear, color sanded and buffed to a fabulous finish. The car has not yet been painted, so the color is open to the desire of the purchaser. All systems will be gone through and the engine will be rebuilt back to factory specifications. The transmission, clutch system, hydraulic system wi
(SOLD) This 1965 XKE Coupe comes in a striking and highly desirable color combination of Jaguar Dark Blue with a Tan interior, and has undergone a recent show/driver level rotisserie restoration by Classic Showcase. Known as one of the most beautiful and iconic post-war automobiles ever produced, this particular XKE has been fully optimized to provide a superb driving experience while ensuring the utmost in driver comforts. Drive with confidence, as you maneuver your favorite road or highway with an upgraded close-ratio 5 speed transmission; Enjoy warm summer drives by taking advantage of this XKE’s added Air Conditioning system as you effortlessly browse Sirius/XM Satellite radio channels, courtesy of the XKE’s customized in-dash AM/FM/CD sound system. The car proudly rests upon an upgraded set of 6 inch wide Wire Wheels, giving the coupe an excellent footprint on the open road. Included in the restoration process, the vehicle was dissembled, the interior removed and all parts were fully documented and inspected for the restoration process; The vehicle body was worked, the metal finished, fitted, and leaded as needed, and all body parts and chrome were fitted to the car. All parts
(SOLD) Don’t miss the opportunity to own an unmolested 280SL. This is an excellent original Mercedes. It has been serviced and maintained properly, just recently received a full service, and a major detail by Classic Showcase. It features its original Becker AM/FM radio, A/C and rare factory 4 speed transmission. It comes complete with two tops: a hard top and a soft top, both in great condition. The wood, glass, chrome and paint are all in very good condition. This Mercedes comes with the original books, records and would be an ideal investment car for the first-time collector, or for the avid Mercedes Benz collector looking for an incredible example to add to an existing collection.
(SOLD) This Porsche 911 GT3 has only 7,000 miles and is in superb original condition just as it left the factory. It is equipped with the following items, two stage resonance intake system, tire repair system, limited slip differential, dual front air bags with side airbags, dual 3-way catalytic converter, fog lights integrated with headlights, rear left fog light, integrated third brake light, electronic gas pedal, Automatic brake differential (ABD), 3 point safety belts with height adjustment, belt pretensioner with belt force limiter, emergency entrapment trunk release, Power windows with one touch up/down, heatable windshield washer nozzles, heatable rear window, dual vanity mirrors illuminated, sport seats with power backrest, a central locking system with remote control, immobilizer anti theft system, lockable storage system, power heated side mirrors, radio with in dash CD, integrated windshield antenna, on board computer, carbon door sil model insignia, and aluminum instrument dials.
(SOLD) This Jaguar has been through a comprehensive restoration to a Show/ Driver level by Jaguar professionals. It is a numbers matching example and comes with a Heritage Certificate of authenticity. The restoration of this vehicle to a Show/Driver level included the following: Fully disassemble and document with photos the vehicle. Body stripped to bare metal, metal work the body, fit all body parts and chrome, seal, primer, paint base coat, clear coat, color sand and buff all body panels. New rubber, seals, grommets and gaskets, trim and bright work replaced or re-plated. A new proper interior was custom fit and installed and includes leather sport seats and wood steering wheel. The engine and transmission have been rebuilt, rebuilt carburetor, restored radiator, gas tank, new exhaust system installed. All mechanical components have been gone through and brought back to factory specifications. Serviced, repaired or replaced hydraulic system and suspension. The chassis has been restored, and other parts restored and refinished as needed. This is an wonderful example of a early E-type in a fabulous color combination that a Jaguar collector, or enthusiast, to add to their collectio
(SOLD) This matching numbers 1966 Jaguar E-type Fixed Head Coupe has low original miles, a CA black plate, a spectacular color combination, and a Heritage Certificate of Authenticity. This classic Jaguar would be a great addition to any collection. Rust free and solid, this Jaguar has undergone a recent show-driver level restoration by Classic Showcase included a repaint to it’s original color, color sand and buff, rebuilding the engine, transmission and new clutch system, new rubber, new trim, new restored seats, new carpets, new headliner, panels, new exhaust system, new suspension rubber, recent rear end restoration as well as the brakes and the brightwork. This vehicle also features a Becker radio. A CD of the restoration process will accompany the vehicle.
(SOLD) This vehicle is an excellent example. Restored by Classic Showcase to a show/ driver level, this Fiat Jolly is ready to enjoy, drive, and/or show.
This incredible, first-generation XKE Fixed Head Coupe has undergone a comprehensive rotisserie restoration to the highest possible standards, with the ultimate goal of achieving show level authenticity and condition. This FHC, Car #885041, benefited from a daunting 2-year plus restoration, during which the owner himself took charge and assisted sourcing NOS and great authentic parts to be installed during the restoration process. As the parts started coming in from sources worldwide, our team inspected, tagged and labeled them accordingly. The owner was highly determined to create the most correct 1961 E-Type possible, and emphasized that to us in planning the restoration of his car. So much so, that he not only provided our team one part but also an assortment of the same part, enabling us to hand pick the very best and most proper part for this example. More than anything, the customer wanted this car to be correct in every sense of the word, regardless of the cost. We were in perfect harmony with the customer’s request, which just so happens to be our method of performing show-level restorations. The car arrived at our facility on a trailer in boxes and pallets, with most of th
Rare Acquisition Opportunity! Stunning Aluminum Recreation True to the Original Car, V12 Powerplant, #1 of 6 Made. New Zealand based company Tempero Coach and Motor Co. Ltd, recreated six complete examples beginning in 1994. Fabricated from the original plans; Tempero went to great lengths to exactly reproduce the lines, methods, qualities and materials of the original construction. The aluminum body was built on an aluminum monocoque as specified. It features the modified E-type front suspension of the original and mirrors the mounting system for the Jaguar V12 engine, including a dry sump lubrication system that is mated to a ZF 5-speed DS5/2 transaxle. The actual dyno readings at the crankshaft are 291 hp and 331 ft. lbs. of torque at 5272 rpm. The engine is a correct 5.3 Liter V12 Jaguar engine, but despite the 4-cam racing version used by the factory for their prototype, Tempero used the standard 2-cam V12 Jaguar engine. This Tempero XJ13 is one of only six built, and was on display at the Blackhawk Museum in Danville, CA. The fit and finish of this all-aluminum Tempero XJ13 body is excellent, and the paintwork is complemented by the leather trimmed interior. The car was built
*Please note that this 1966 E-Type is for sale only as a Classic Showcase restoration project. Please see our restoration page for further information. This XKE is a matching-numbers (2) owner since new Colorado car. The E-Type's body is straight and solid, and is currently in a bare metal state, as trimmers in our Upholstery Department create the XKE's interior. The Coupe will feature it's original color and highly attractive color combination Opalescent Silver Blue, with a Dark Blue interior. Once completed and test driven, the Coupe will be ready for your driving pleasure or as a candidate on the classic Jaguar show circuit. Stay tuned for future updates on this Fixed Head Coupe. During the course of the restoration, the roadster will receive the following: the vehicle has already been stripped to bare metal, placed on a rotisserie, metal finished, leaded, all body parts fitted to the car and chrome, prepared for primer, sealer, paint, base, clear, color sanded and buffed to a fabulous finish. All systems will be gone through and the engine will be rebuilt back to factory specifications. The transmission, clutch system, hydraulic system will be restored and the car will receive
This very original, matching numbers 1959 Jaguar Mark IX has been well maintained and lovingly cared for by Jaguar professionals throughout its long term ownership. This Mark IX has been through a complete no expense spared restoration to the original condition by Jaguar professionals. Comes complete with tools, original radio and all working gauges. The transmission and engine have been rebuilt. The wood and leather have been restored as well as all the chrome. It features a Radiomobile AM radio, and includes its owner's manual, tools, jack, receipts from work completed, some photos of the restoration, original brochures, and its certification from Jaguar Daimler Heritage Trust . With beautiful lines and an elegant color combination, it is surely a head turner. More than just good looking, it is running and driving in very good condition, and has been driven regularly to keep everything in proper order. This is a collectible car that is appreciating in value and would be a nice addition to anyone’s Jaguar collection. With its great history of being campaigned, it was appreciated by judges and spectators alike as seen by the awards below. This Jaguar Mark IX has received the follow
This 1959 Jaguar Mark IX Saloon presented here has a lot of potential, and is a great candidate for further restoration. Because it is a good driver currently, you can drive and enjoy it now, and then restore it as you go. It is hard to find good survivors like this one for sale today, that have a lot of patina, and come with the great features that the Mark IX offers. It has the rare factory bucket seats installed in the front, with deep, rich wood accompaniments on the dash, doors, and include the rear package trays, which complete the stylish look. Inside, the dash it has full instrumentation, and features a RadioMobile radio. This Jaguar is dressed in Old English White, and a rich Dark Blue leather, which appears to be the original leather, and shows its patina. The headliner and sun visors are in very good condition, the sunroof is factory installed, and in good order. This Jaguar is a 5-passenger car that comes with a boot large enough to hold several sets of golf clubs, luggage, or plethora of items needed for long distance traveling. The engine is strong with SU carbs, and a manual transmission. The chrome is in respectable condition, with a beautiful front grille, bumpers,
(SOLD) Loaded with options, climate control, A/C, sunroof, power steering, power windows, power doors, front and side air bags, telescoping steering wheel, MSRP was $41.060.
Classic Showcase is pleased to offer one of the rarest classic Jaguars available in the world today, the Alloy-bodied XK-120 Roadster. The car offered here, chassis number 670121, is one of the hundred eighty-four delivered with left-hand drive, out of a total of 242 Alloy-bodied cars produced. A nice example of the rarest of all early patterned Aluminum bodied cars with steel disc wheels, and distinctive rear mudguard spats. This example stands as a wonderful example of the archetypal and most desirable of the Alloy-bodies series of cars, and presents the Jaguar collector with a rarely afforded opportunity to own a coveted piece of Jaguar motor history.
This particular 1995 Porsche 911 Carrera Cabriolet shows why the 993 is still so revered by Porschephiles the world over. Blessed with the striking looks that took Porsche showrooms by storm two decades ago, this machine passed its emissions testing in June 2017. The 3.6L 270 HP flat 6-cylinder engine recently underwent a valve-cover gasket servicing and is backed by a 6-speed manual transmission that proved its mettle over time by becoming one of the favorite gearboxes to ever grace a Porsche. Stopping power in a performance sports car like the 911 is critically important, and these brakes were recently serviced. This canyon carver rolls on newer Bridgestone Potenza Sport tires wrapping optional 17-inch, 5-spoke Cup II wheels complete with Porsche-crest center caps. The shimmering metallic Polar Silver paint is well complemented by an interior of Classic Gray and a newer Metropol Blue cloth soft top that lends this machine a unique Germanic appearance that manages to appeal to all the right senses. This Porsche 911 is further equipped with heated seats, a wind screen, power windows, Porsche floor mats, cruise control, automatic air conditioning, leather-wrapped steering wheel, hea
Here's your chance to own a well sorted and setup Cobra with less than 2000 miles on the clock! This Cobra features a Fiberglass body, 4-speed transmission, and includes a Certificate of Authenticity from Shelby American, Inc. This absolutely stunning Cobra is ready to be driven, raced, and shown at your favorite Concours or racing event!
This all original, one owner, 1985 Corvette has always been garaged, and presents in good condition today. It sports the classic Corvette colors of Gray and Charcoal. It is clean, runs great, has had the A/C overhauled, comes with power brakes, has had a new radiator and new hatchback lifters installed, and has just passed its CA smog tests. It is ready for its new home, coming complete with a car cover, wheel lock (in center console), and the wrench for the T-top. This spirited machine can turn the everyday drive into an experience as it has great acceleration, and has exceptionally potent power.
This Jaguar is currently undergoing a comprehensive restoration to a show/driver level. To date, this Drop Head Coupe has been thoroughly gone through and its body has been disassembled, photographed, and taken to bare metal with all proper body work being fitted to perfection. The interior is in the process of being re-upholstered by master trimmers in our upholstery department, along with a proper and perfectly fitted new convertible top. The brite work will be re-plated as needed, with all hardware panels done in their proper finish. A rare vehicle with limited ownership and matching numbers, this XK-150 yields a rare engine size of 3.8 liters, which was the largest displacement engine of the period that was available for this model. The 3.8 engine model had a few distinct changes, amongst them a significant difference in the rear tail light fixtures. This restoration is will be completed at the end of 2017, and will present a great opportunity for the collector or enthusiast seeking to add a rare piece of Jaguar history to his or her collection. A pictorial DVD documenting the XK-150's various restoration processes will accompany the vehicle.