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  • Jaguar XJ

    £2,495 £2,495

    **REDUCED** was 3495 - 52 Reg - Quartz Grey with Full Ivory Leather Trim, This stunning XJ Sport comes with a very high specification which includes: Climate Control, Cruise Control, Trip Computer, Auto Lights, Auto Dipping Mirror, Electric Adjustable Seats, Heated Seats, Leather Steering Wheel, Wood Interior Trim, Airbags, 18'' Alloy Wheels, Rear Window Tints, Front Fogs, Fitted Mats, Extremely low mileage and comes with a Full Service History on the mileage at 11k, 22k, 31k, 39k, 50k, 61k, 72k, 79k, 92k, 98k & 115k plus it comes with a nice long MOT, really a sensational looking car, very well presented indeed with very clean and solid bodywork all around, the gearbox is very smooth through all the gears and there are no unwanted rattles on lights on the dash, all electrics have been checked and are all fully functional, all in all I think you will easily be able to tell from viewing that this is a 'good one' that has been very well looked after and cared for, drives superbly so any inspection welcome, **INDOOR VIEWING AREA FOR RAINY & DARK DAYS** - HPI Clear, Part Exchange up or down welcome. **Debit/Credit Cards Accepted** **Open 7 Days a week** **POOR CREDIT NO PROBLEMS - Finance available (subject to status)**

    • Mileage: 115000 mi
    • Engine size: 3248
    For sale
    £2,495 £2,495
    Cars of Fareham
  • JAGUAR XJ D V6 PORTFOLIO SWB 2011 Auto 105000 Diesel Black

    £14,500 £14,500

    2011 Jaguar XJ Portfolio V6 Diesel Automatic in Black with Full Black Leather. 105000 miles from new with Full Jaguar Service History ; 7k, 31k, 50k, 75k, and 92k. Upgrades including Rear Seat Comfort Pack, Adaptive Cruise Control with Forward Alert, Blind Spot Monitor and privacy Glass all totalling over GBP 4800 and a total New Price of Over GBP 70000. Also with All the refinements including Satellite Navigation and Glass Sunroof. Supplied with 3 Months Extendable RAC Warranty, 1 Years RAC Membership, 1 Years MOT and 2 Keys. Part Exchange Welcome and Competitive Finance Available.

    • Mileage: 105000 mi
    • Engine size: 2.993
    For sale
    £14,500 £14,500
  • JAGUAR XK8 COUPE 2003

    £9,995 £9,995

    STUNNING LOOKING XK8 4.2 FACELIFT MODEL;;SHE IS FINNISHED IN MIDNIGHT BLACK with IVORY LEATHER;;19" APOLLO ALLOY WHEELS (recently refurbished by Wicked Wheels);AUTO ON WIPERS;AUTO ON HEADLIGHTS;BI XEN0N HEADLIGHTS;CLASSIC WOOD TRIM;CRUISE CONTROL;C.D MULTISTACK;COLOUR KEYED BODY WORK;CLIMATE CONTROL;ELECTRIC HEATED SEATS;ELECTRIC TINTED WINDOWS;ELECTRIC HEATED MIRRORS;FRONT ARM REST;MEMORY PACK;MIRROR PACK;MULTI FUNCTION STEERING WHEEL ;REAR PARK ASSIST;REMOTE ALARM WITH INTRUSION SENSORS;SAT NAVIGATION;SIX SPEED AUTO GEARBOX;TRIP COMPUTOR;WINTER PACK;;ALL KEYS, INCLUDING THE GREEN ONE, AND HANDBOOKS ARE PRESENT AND CORRECT;;VERY HIGHLY RECOMMENDED INDEED;;12/36 MONTHS EXTENDED WARANTEES AVAILABLE;;Debit/Credit card facilities;

    • Mileage: 92300 mi
    • Engine size: 4.196
    For sale
    £9,995 £9,995
  • Jaguar Mk2

    £29,500 £29,500

    This beautiful Jaguar MK2 which has been through a professional restoration is available for a negotiated sale for a price of around £29,500 which is at the low end of our estimate range, making it probably the best valued restored MK2 in the country. Visit TradeClassics.com to see the full details of the car including videos of it running and over 300 images. EXTERIOR Finished in Sherwood Green, the car looks very grand and of-the-time. It really is a stunning car I am sure you will agree, the chrome trim and matching wire-wheels really setting off the cars presence. The car has undergone a full restoration which is clearly visible from the media we took when visiting the car. Wheels & Tyres Spoked wire wheels keep the car firmly planted on the road. The tyres are in good condition all around, and the wheels look exceptional. The metal spokes look fresh, and the centre caps also have a lovely mirror like quality. Bodywork Having been fully restored, we observed that the bodywork on the Jaguar is dent free, and all of the shut lines and panel gaps to be correct. The underside of the car is also extremely clean, and this would be expected as Mark hasn’t driven the car much in his ownership. Take a look at the videos which particularly showcase the rust and rot free bodywork. Paint The paint finish on this car is something to admire, even if the Sherwood Green colour is not your favourite. It has a deep and thick appearance to it, with no orange peel. The paint looks consistently rich across the entire bodywork, which is quite something when you consider the intricate design of the front end. In the light, the paint has a mirror like quality, as seen in the exterior review video. Glass and Trim Glass and trim across the car is exceptional. With the car being fully restored, the brightwork was also covered in this no expense spared project. The MK2 features a lot of chrome across the car, and we did not observe any pitting across the entire vehicle. Take a look at the video of the exterior to see for yourself. INTERIOR With some classic cars of this era, the cabin can often leave you wanting. Not the case with the MK2, and certainly not the case with this example. Along with the exterior and the mechanics of this car, the interior has been beautifully restored to original specification, whilst still maintaining some patina to give you that classic car experience. Seats and Carpets Finished in a matching green colour combination to the exterior, the interior has been expertly restored. The carpets look in really good condition, tight to the bodywork throughout along with being clean and wear free. The seats are really something, they have been treated and restored so that signs of wear are minimal, but a beautiful patina comes through to show the cars age. Sitting in the car as a passenger was a joy, the cushioning and springs supporting my buttocks nicely. Dashboard The wood on the dash has been treated so that it looks very smart, and the dials have also been refreshed across the entire dash panel. All working correctly, and the restoration meaning their legibility is possibly better than factory. Steering Wheel / Gear Stick The car features a wooden Moto Lita steering wheel in a matching wood combination to the interior. The gearstick is a smart chrome and black number, the gear configuration clearly visible and the black leather gaiter in good condition too. MECHANICS H took me on a drive in the Jaguar, as it’s his most favourite car in the collection. The car performed well on our drive, and we’ve documented the mechanical condition of the car below along with our usual ‘on the road’ video. Engine and Gearbox H tells us that mechanically the car was restored in 2009. The engine started on the second attempt in the video (possibly user error in not running the starter motor for longer) with minimal effort, and there were no signs of blue smoke etc. Just to let you know, we did initially start it at the back of the garage to allow us move the car into a position for filming, hence why there is a few extra degrees on the thermometer – the car started first go with no smoke that time. On the road the engine pulled strong and went through the gears as expected, including use of the over drive. Take a look at the video to review the footage showing this. Suspension and Brakes On our drive, H had no issues with the handling of the car, and as a passenger it was a very comfortable ride. Brake discs all round ensure the car has the stopping power required for a car of this size. There is no power steering on this car. The Drive The drive with H was a brisk and cosseted experience in the MK2. We went out on a short run covering a variety of surfaces and the car performed without fault. Electrics and Other Everything on the car worked as it should, the dials across the dash and other ancillaries performing without issue.

    • Year: 1963
    • Mileage: 78567 mi
    • Engine size: 3.4
    For sale
    £29,500 £29,500
  • Jaguar Sovereign

    £2,500 £2,500

    Very reluctant sale of my beautiful Jaguar x300 3.2 Sovereign LWB. It is a three keeper car that has only had two drivers. It was originally a company owner then the director/driver bought the car then I bought from him. The car has the full selection of handbooks including Owners manual, service record and books for security system, maintenance schedules, sound system (including radio code) and vehicle care. The car has done 94814 miles and there are service stamps at the following mileages 10087, 19824, 30043, 40355, 50417, 59621, 64049, 67649, 76527, 82440, 86871, 90393 and 93894 miles it was also serviced at 94296 which I have the invoice for but wasn't stamped. The car is HPI clear and I have the paperwork to show it was clear when I bought it in 2008. The tool kit under the Bonnet still has the tools, spare bulbs etc and even still has part of the original protective wrapping on it! There are one or two minor issues starting to show but nothing major for a 23 year old car, the front shock absorber bushes were an MOT advisory and occasionally give a slight knock, the battery gauge reads 12v when running which could be battery (approx £80) or alternator may need attention (reconditioning should be around £50) and the exhaust has developed a slight blow. The headlining is just starting to drop as they all do but overall the car is in fantastic condition. I would love to keep it but i am selling as I'm not using it as it deserves. Has been garaged for most of its life. Recent MOT only needed a wiper blade.

    • Year: 1995
    • Mileage: 94814 mi
    • Engine size: 3.2
    For sale
    £2,500 £2,500
    Paul Manship
    Paul Manship
  • JAGUAR XJ V6 2003

    £4,699 £4,699

    WHAT DOES MORGAN SAY? A NEAR IMMACULATE EXAMPLE PRESENTED IN A LOVELY GUN METAL GREY. THIS 3 OWNER VEHICLE HAS BEEN OWNED AND MAINTAINED FOR THE LAST 11 YEARS BY THE SAME GENTLEMAN. PRICED EXTREMELY WELL TO THE MARKEY DUE TO IT BEING SELF SERVICED AFTER 2007 THIS CAR YOU CAN TELL INSTANTLY HAS BEEN MAINTAINED EXCEPTIONALLY WELL. COMPLETE WITH 2 KEYS AND A NEW MOT. PLEASE TAKE THE TIME TO WATCH OUR VIDEO AND VIEW OUR HIGH QUALITY DEFINITION PHOTOS FOR DETAILS WE PROVIDE THAT OTHER PROFESSIONALS DO NOT. ;IF YOU HAVE NOT BOUGHT A VEHICLE FROM US BEFORE PLEASE TAKE THE TIME TO READ OUR DEALER REVIEWS TO GET A REALLY GOOD UNDERSTANDING OF HOW WE WORK AND HOW WE PREPARE OUR VEHICLES.. ;TYPICALLY EVERY VEHICLE COMES WITH A FEW MINOR BLEMISHES INDICATIVE OF AGE AND MILES, BUT FOR THE BEST PART WE HAVE GRADED THIS VEHICLE AS A EXCELLENT EXAMPLE THAT WILL NOT DISAPPOINT. WE TAKE INTO CAREFUL CONSIDERATION THE MILES, SERVICE HISTORY CONDITION AND NUMBER OF OWNERS ON EVERY VEHICLE SO OUR STOCK WOULD COMPARE WITH THE TOP 20% OF VEHICLES IN THE MARKET CURRENTLY. OUR RETAIL PRICES ARE EXAMINED DAILY TO ENSURE ALL OUR VEHICLES ARE ACCURATE TO THE MARKET AND REPRESENT BEST VALUE FOR OUR CUSTOMERS. WE HAVE WORKED INCREDIBLY HARD TO GET A GREAT REPUTATION BASED ON OUR CUSTOMER SERVICE AND TRANSPARENCY.;;VIEWING IS ESSENTIAL AND CUSTOMERS ARE ADVISED TO CALL TO MAKE APPOINTMENT, SO PLEASE CALL US TO ENSURE VEHICLE IS AVAILABLE.;

    • Mileage: 88500 mi
    • Engine size: 2.967
    For sale
    £4,699 £4,699
  • JAGUAR MARK II 1961 Auto Green Petrol 56000

    £29,995 £29,995

    1961 Jaguar MK II Coombs Replica 4.2 Automatic. A truly magnificent 1961 MkII Jaguar built replicating a Coombs car from the sixties. This fast, road going MkII is a totally magnificent example having recently been imported into the UK from Australia and was manufactured on the 27th of October 1961 and exported to Perth on the 16th of November in the same year. This car has been built with an unlimited budget with fast road use in mind using a 4.2 engine and an automatic gearbox and is well known by the Australian Jaguar Car Club where the owner/builder was an active member. The Opalescent Green paint, open wheel arches, chrome wire wheels and louvered bonnet are all reminiscent of the 2 or 3 dozen modifications available from Coombs of Guildford in the sixties. With its richly trimmed interior and 'sporting' look, this classic MkII must appeal to anyone with an interest in these timeless Jaguars. Supplied with a current MOT until June 2019 this wonderful Jaguar is just waiting to be enjoyed in new hands. A car that would grace any showground or rally field or be part of a private collection. Absolutely any inspection is welcome and viewing is highly recommended. All major debit cards accepted. Delivery can be arranged.

    • Mileage: 56000 mi
    • Engine size: 4.2
    For sale
    £29,995 £29,995
    TA Classics
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  • 1956 Jaguar XK140 MC Roadster

    $179,500(£0) $179,500(£0)

    Jaguar chose an evolutionary approach when replacing its groundbreaking XK120. It was, after all, the car that truly established Jaguar as a mainstream manufacturer and one that spurred a sports car revolution in Europe and America, so there wasn’t much that needed to be altered. When the XK 120 first hit the streets in 1948 it was the first proper sports car from Jaguar since the pre-war SS100. Seemingly from nowhere, this exotic and beautiful automobile offered astounding performance from its 160 horsepower twin-overhead cam inline six cylinder engine, all for less than $4,000. While the list price was not exactly cheap, it was often far below its competitors and offered much greater performance for the money. The standard XK120 was followed up with “M” and “MC” versions (Modified and Modified, C-Type head) also known as SE in other markets. These high performance variants boosted horsepower from the standard 160 bhp to 180 bhp and 210 bhp respectively. The XK120 proved popular among American servicemen who had caught the sports car bug while serving in Europe in the early post-war years and became a fixture of the early days of American road racing, cementing Jaguar’s reputation as a premier sports car manufacturer. Rather than mess with a good thing, Jaguar made numerous refinements to create the new XK140. The same beautiful lines were retained, with subtle refinements to the bumpers and body trim. The engine was moved forward by three inches to address complaints of cramped accommodations and the standard engine was now the 190 horsepower version of the 3.4 liter inline six, with the return of the MC option and its 210 horsepower output. Straight line performance was about the same as the XK120, but the road holding had been vastly improved thanks to the addition of rack and pinion steering, telescopic dampers, larger brakes and additional suspension travel. These improvements made the XK 140 more comfortable, predictable and enjoyable to drive. As with the XK120 before, the OTS roadster (open two-seater) remains the most desirable with collectors and enthusiasts, thanks to its clean, uncluttered look and raw, exciting performance. This beautiful XK140 OTS is a highly desirable “MC” model, equipped from new with dual exhausts, wire wheels and the free-breathing C-Type cylinder head. A numbers-matching example, this car was sold new on February 18th 1956 to Harold Hagy of Arlington Virginia for $3,552. A copy of the original sales invoice from Henry Miller Motors, Inc of Washington, DC lists the ID number of S811154DN. The “S” prefix indicates this as a special equipment model and the “DN” suffix shows it was factory equipped with the Laycock de Normanville electric overdrive unit. Photos of the car prior to restoration show it was delivered in what appears to be Mist Gray over a tan interior with a fawn top. Mr. Hagy lovingly cared for the XK140 in his time with it, amassing fewer than 20,000 miles in his 34 year tenure. In 1990, Harold Hagy sold his treasured XK140 to Richard E. Williams, a veteran car collector and enthusiast known for his extensive collection of early Fords. Correspondence in the history file shows the car had just 19,640 original miles when Mr. Williams acquired it. Photos taken in 1990 show it to be in very tidy and straight condition, though the original paint was described as being tired. Mr. Williams subsequently had the car repainted in a very attractive shade of British Racing Green and restored the tan leather interior. Chrome wire wheels were fitted and the car was mechanically sorted and extensively detailed. It was enjoyed by Richard Williams until his passing, when ownership was transferred to his son Charles, of Darien, CT. Charles would continue to care for and enjoy the Jaguar for several more years before it passed to its most recent owner, an avid collector of significant Jaguar cars. Currently showing only 27,040 miles, the XK140 remains in truly outstanding condition. The body is excellent with straight panels, good alignment and lovely paintwork. It has been exceptionally well maintained and detailed to a very high standard by its most recent owner. It retains its original matching-numbers engine and C-Type cylinder head. It is also still equipped as it was when new with the Laycock de Normanville overdrive unit. The interior was restored in conjunction with the body, and it remains in very fine order with supple Biscuit leather seats that show light creasing and present with a pleasing, inviting character. Original instruments and switches remain in place, as well as the factory supplied tools, jack, and grease gun. Unlike the more posh drophead coupe, the OTS featured a simple disappearing soft top with removable side curtains. This car’s Stayfast canvas top is excellent, and the side curtains have been recently restored. The sliding Perspex side windows are still covered in their protective paper, so they are fresh and free from scuffs. The 3.4 liter inline six is exquisitely detailed, with the correct bright red cylinder head paint that was unique to the C-Type engines. An electric power-assisted steering system has been discreetly integrated into the column, which takes the effort out of low-speed maneuvering but maintains the excellent steering feel once underway. In addition, a slightly smaller diameter steering wheel is fitted for greater comfort and improved driver access. The original wheel will be included. Well-equipped with numerous desirable options and with documented 3-owner history, this sorted and beautifully presented XK140 MC is ready to enjoy on tours, rallies or in local concours events.

    For sale
    $179,500(£0) $179,500(£0)
  • 1962 Jaguar E Type "Low Drag" Coupe

    $285,000(£0) $285,000(£0)

    Throughout the 1950s, Jaguar worked feverishly to establish its dominance in sports car and endurance racing. The XK120 had become a formidable competitor in club-level motorsports and the factory soon developed a full-race version officially known as the XK120-C (for Competition), which we all know simply as the C-Type. XK120 running gear was mated to a lightweight tubular frame that was skinned in a beautiful alloy body. The light and powerful C-Type won the 24h of Le Mans on its first attempt in 1951, sparking a string of victories at the French Classic that would last through the 50s. One of the key developments of the C-Type was the use of Dunlop disc brakes in 1953, which truly revolutionized motorsport and were largely responsible for the C-Type’s second win at Le Mans in 1953. In 1954, the D-Type was unveiled as a revolutionary replacement for the C-Type. The traditional tubular chassis was scrapped in favor of a light and strong monocoque chassis. The stunning bodywork was largely the work of Jaguar’s aerodynamics-obsessed stylist Malcolm Sayer. Power came from the proven XK-series inline six in 3.4 or 3.8-liter form (with a 3.0-liter version run in 1958) and fed by either a trio of Weber carburetors or Lucas fuel injection on later cars. The D-Type’s shape played a key role in its success – proving to be more than 12mph faster down the Mulsanne straight than the brutish 4.9-liter Ferraris. With the D-Type, Jaguar scored 3 more victories at Le Mans in 1955, 1956 and 1957 and its sophisticated construction would inspire the next great Jaguar road car; the E-Type of 1961. When it came to racing the E-Type, however, Jaguar seemed to stumble. Management was unsure of how to approach a proper racing version to compete with the likes of the Ferrari 250 SWB and GTO, and they took a bit too long to settle on a concept. The first attempt was a fixed roof car in the spirit of the D-Type. This car, famously known by its registration number “CUT 7” featured Malcolm Sayer’s new low-drag bodywork that was riveted and bonded in place. The gorgeous car was undeniably an E-Type, yet had a distinctly racier appearance. Rather than develop the low-drag, Jaguar shifted focus to a lightweight, all-alloy version of the E-Type roadster of which twelve were built. They featured an aluminum tub and alloy block XK engine but the styling was essentially the same as the road car. The ultimate E-Type came when German Jaguar distributor Peter Lindner and his racing partner Peter Nocker combined the lightweight and low drag concepts. The so-called Lindner-Nocker E-Type was based on Lindner’s own factory-built Lightweight and adapted with Sayer’s low-drag panels. It was enormously fast and more than a match for the Ferrari 250 GTO at Le Mans, and one can only imagine what Jaguar could have accomplished had they put the might of the competitions department behind it. Sadly, Lindner was killed in the car and it was locked away for decades before it was carefully restored in 2011. Despite the fact that only two cars were built in period, the legend of the Low Drag E-Type has inspired many to create their own versions for race or road, and recreations are formidable competitors in historic motorsport around the world. We are very pleased to offer this gorgeous Jaguar E-Type Lightweight Low-Drag coupe. Based upon a 1962 E-Type, this stunning car has been built from the ground-up to comply with FIA sporting regulations and is legal for both track and street. The fabulous low-drag bodywork was built using the finest components supplied by renowned UK experts RS Panels and is finished to a very high standard. The exposed rivets, cut-out wheel arches, and aggressively low stance brilliantly capture the essence of the original Lindner-Nocker Low Drag. It sits low on a set of period-look Technomagesio peg-drive wheels which mimic the look of the original Dunlop alloys, but with the strength and durability for modern track use. Sticky Avon CR6-ZZ DOT-race tires give the right period-correct look while offering up excellent grip and handling characteristics. Quality of the metallic silver-gray paintwork is very good, and the car has been carefully enjoyed in the hands of its most recent owner, who maintained it as part of a large collection of significant Jaguar road and racing cars. Featherweight aluminum doors feature sliding Plexiglas side windows and simple door cards trimmed in black. The purposeful, race-focused cockpit is protected by an FIA-approved roll cage but is also trimmed with carpet and sill upholstery to provide a modicum of comfort. The windscreen is heated for clear vision in all conditions. Required FIA safety devices include a plumbed fire system, interior, and exterior electrical cut-off, and Willans 5-point harnesses. It is currently fitted with period-correct 3.8-style seats trimmed in black leather, and a pair of ultra-light form-fitting race seats will also be included for track duty. The current owner updated the steering with a tilt/telescopic column for additional comfort whether on the road or the race course. Beneath the alloy bonnet sits a 3.8-liter XK inline six that is reportedly good for well in excess of 350 horsepower. Built in the UK by the highly respected Jaguar specialists Rob Beere Racing, it is remarkably tractable for road use but is also enormously capable on the track. The engine is mated to a 4-speed all-synchro gearbox, and the suspension is fully dialed in to provide excellent, balanced handling. This car is seriously quick, and in the hands of the current owner (an active vintage racer), was highly successful in JCNA Slalom Competition (Autocross), scoring the second fastest time for the 2016 season and once beating Jaguar’s current F-Type R by a full four seconds. It is believed to have run a number of important UK and European events in the hands of its first owner. More recently, it has done some vintage racing, including an appearance at the Lime Rock Historics. It is currently US-titled and registered for road use, and the sale will also include previous UK V5C registration documents, the MSA HTP (Historic Technical Passport) and the all-important FIA documents which allows entry into virtually any European historic event. Expertly prepared and well-sorted, this gorgeous E-Type Lightweight hints at what could have been if Jaguar followed Malcolm Sayer’s lead and developed the E-Type to take the fight to the Ferrari GTO.

    For sale
    $285,000(£0) $285,000(£0)