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Jaguar XKSS
Jaguar 3.6 Sovereign
Jaguar XJ6 2.9
Jag XJS Met. Red
Jag 4.2 Sov. Blue

Fancy a classic Jaguar? This is a selection of Jaguars cars from The Classic Car Shop for your perusal. If you would like more pictures of any car then just click the photo!!

1967 Jagaur E-Type 4.2 S1½ FHC  #23 of 700 (RHD UK matching numbers)
 
Old English white with original red leather, CWW. Original spec being supplied with C-Type cams, uprated suspension and brakes. This very rare example is as original as you will ever see and totally rust free. A stunning, time-warp motor car that has been maintained to the highest of standards. £79,950.
Quote ref: NR808
1951 Jaguar XK120 Roadster
Original matching numbers, RHD example with early racing history. Dry stored for over 40 years. A superb and original car, ripe for restoration. £POA.
Quote ref: NR806
1970 Jaguar E-Type S2 4.2 Roadster
Original RHD matching numbers UK car. Finished in gun metal grey with red leather trim, CWW, stainless steel exhaust, uprated brakes, suspension and 5 speed gearbox. Restored to 100 point Concours condition. Without question one of the finest available.
Quote ref: NR807
1969 E-Type Jaguar 4.2 S2 FHC
RHD example in special order Ecosse blue with red leather trim, CWW, stainless steel exhaust and uprated brakes. Ground up restoration in 2004 by previous owner, sold by us to its last owner and a superb rust free example that drives like new.
Quote ref:NR787
1953 Jaguar XK120 FHC LHD
Matching numbers car with heritage certificate in Suede green with grey leather and grey carpets piped in green. Resided in California all its life until recently. A lovely original example with excellent chrome work and panel fit and completely rust free. Recently described by Ken Jenkins, leading Jaguar specialist, as excellent value.
Quote ref: NR773
1964 Jaguar E-Type 4.2 Series 1 FHC (car number 32)
RHD English matching numbers car, supplied by "Jaguar House of Oxford" and in time warp, original condition. This 2 previous owner car is finished in old English white with original red leather trim. The car is unrestored and has a complete and detailed history from new. WOO 777 is a very famous and well featured car within JDC circles. Very seldom does one acquire such an original, superb example. We will remove the number if it is not required. £POA.
Quote ref: NR782
1989 Jaguar XJ 3.6 Sovereign. Rare Manual Example
Finished in Clearwater blue with tan leather. Alloys, cruise, air-cond. Stunning example with full service history, all books, tools etc. One of the finest you will ever see. £9,950.
Quote ref: NR702
1989 Jaguar XJ6 2.9 Auto.
Cashmere gold with Cotswold trim. One owner, 49,000 miles only with full Jaguar service history with supplying dealer. This superb car is in time-warp, out of the box condition, a truly amazing find. £9,950.
Quote ref: NR703
1957 Jaguar XK150 SE Manual/Overdrive RHD.
Finished in gleaming white with black leather trim. CWW, upgraded brakes, suspension etc. Matching numbers car, restored to "Concours" standards by two of England's leading specialists. Without question one of the best.
Quote ref: NR706
1988 Lister Jaguar XJS Coupe
Built by Jaguar Cars in 1986 then sent to Lister in 1988 and completely rebuilt as car #27 of 33. 6L V12 producing 485 BHP, 5 speed Getrag manual gearbox. Finished in dark Oxford blue with cream leather piped blue, special dish alloys, sports exhausts, 34,000 miles only with an extensive documented service history. A stunning original example.
Quote ref: NR756
2009 Jaguar XK8 60 Special Edition Convertible
Jet black with charcoal leather, massive factory spec (please call for spec details ). One owner, 6,000 miles only, as new.
Quote ref: NR721
2011 New Proteus C-Type RHD
Full alloy body in classic silver with burgundy full leather and powder coated wheels, full width sports screen, Willans harness set, uprated brakes, suspension and headlights. Period registration number 40 JPD. 2,500 miles only, as new.
Quote ref: NR762
January 1964 Jaguar E-Type Series 1 3.8 Roadster LHD (Chassis # 880924)
Jet black with red leather and black mohair hood and CWW. Supplied new by Jaguar Cars of New York to its 1st owner, Carl C Sciuto. Laid up for many years and then restored by its last owner to 100 point Concours, champion of champions, condition. This car is without question the best, we think, you will ever see, with 3 massive volumes of service history and photographic restoration records.
Quote ref: NR699
1967 Jaguar 3.8MK 2 Manual/Overdrive
Original RHD matching numbers UK car. Opalescent blue with blue leather trim, 40,700 miles only, restored by its last owner to Concours condition and could well be the best in the UK. £49,950.
Quote ref: NR707
 
Jaguar E-type Lightweight (by Wingfield)
This superb car was first built for Sir Anthony Bamford, the second owner the late Rodney Bloor won several events in the car, one being the famous street race at Angouleme in 1999. We purchased the car in 2006 and sold it to its last owner, who did two very successful Tour-Britania events in 2007 and 2008. In the last 18 months the car has had a fortune spent upgrading it to the highest of standards possible. Improved race brakes, suspension, cooling system, electrics, timing computer, special race cage, ultimate race seats, harness set and so on. The car was stripped to bare alloy and repainted in Ecosse blue. Race tuned 4.2 ltr engine, race cams, triple Webers, circa 345 BHP.* Dunlop race wheels, etc, etc. Without question one of the quickest E-Types on the planet, that handles correctly and is now eligible for many race/tour auto events etc. Simply stunning. !!
Quote ref: NR634
1967 Jaguar 3.4 Mk2 Auto.
Met pearlescent red with red leather trim. Power steering, original HMV radio, tools, handbooks, 52,000 miles, matching numbers English car. 4 owners from new, last owner 25 years. 50K spent in total over the years by last owner. Top MK2s are very hard to find, and this is one of the best in the UK.
Quote ref: NR658
1989 Jaguar XJS HE Face-lift model
Solent blue with soril leather, lattice alloys, rear boot spoiler plus upgrade options. Please call for full details, rare to find like this.
Quote ref: NR323
1992(MDL) First reg 9/2002 Jaguar XJ220
Special green with forest leather. 4,400 miles only, FSH. Original RHD example No. 269. This car is as new, includes Reg. JAZ 220.
Quote ref: NR420
1991 Jaguar V12 Sovereign (special order)
Claret with grey leather, full spec car, one previous owner, 80,000 miles with full Jaguar/specialist Jaguar history. Original books, tools and paperwork. A truly stunning example, £10,950.
Quote ref: NR600
1989/90 Jaguar XKSS By LYNX. (car No. 6).
Black with red leather, dry sump engine, upgraded brakes, 8,000 miles only, stunning! For full details contact Martin Daly.
Quote ref: NR510

1973 Jaguar V12 E-Type Coupe 2+2 Manual (with original factory number)
Finished in azure blue with blue leather trim, RHD, chrome wire wheels, stainless exhaust, genuine 72,000 miles, fully documented, rust-proofed from new and without question one of the most original, mint examples in existence. Truly stunning.
Quote ref: NR612
2000 mdl Jaguar XJR V8 Supercharged
Finished in astral silver with black leather trim and dark walnut veneer. 5 spoke Penta alloys plus massive spec including air-cond, full electric pack, CD system etc. Two owners, 65,000 miles only with full Jaguar main dealer service history. The last of the real Jaguar XJ saloons, mint examples like this are hard to find, a modern classic.
Quote ref: NR682
1981 Jaguar XJ6 4.2 S3 Auto.
Westminster blue with tan leather trim. One previous owner, 11,000 miles only, repeat 11,000 miles only from new. All books, tools, service history etc. This time warp car is as new.!!
Quote ref: NR548
1972 (1-1-73 reg) Jaguar V12 E-Type Roadster, Manual, Original Matching Numbers RHD.
Primrose yellow with original black leather and new mohair hood. PAS, Moto-Lita wood wheel, original chrome road wheels, 38,000 miles only with superb history and completely rust free. Without question, one of the finest in the UK.
Quote ref: NR637
1971 Jaguar 4.2 S2 Roadster LHD
Superb matching Numbers example in silver with blue leather and blue mohair hood. Manual, chrome wire wheels, air-cond, LSD, upgraded brakes, cooling system, 95 point ex Concours champion and maintained regardless of cost. The best we have seen
Quote ref: NR551
1957 Jaguar 2.4 Mk I manual
Black with red leather trim and rear spats. 54,000 miles only with a full history from new. Original books and papers, original bill of sale, two previous owners, a superb time-warp example, very rare to find like this. Appreciating asset.
Quote ref: NR429
1996 Jaguar XJR Supercharged Auto (4.0 ltr 6 cyl).
Sapphire blue with magnolia leather and walnut facia. Flat-face alloys, aircond, Harman Kardon Premium sound system, full electric pack, two owners, 74,000 miles only with FJSH. "Jaguar Concours winning example" a better example you will never see. "A true classic Jaguar".
Quote ref: NR589
1972 Jaguar E-Type V12 FHC auto
Masons black with tan leather. Sunroof, chrome wheels, stainless exhaust, Cooper Craft brakes. Sold by us to its last two owners over a 12 year period. Lovely original example with excellent history.
Quote ref: NR585
1998 Jaguar XJR V8 Supercharged Auto.
Anthracite black with marble leather, Penta alloys, massive spec, two owners, 36,000 miles only with FJSH. This car must be the best in the UK. Original, unmarked example.
Quote ref: NR625
1965 Jaguar E-Type 4.2 Series 1 Roadster RHD
Finished in signal red with black leather trim and chrome wire wheels. Upgraded brakes and suspension. Restored to show winning standards circa 8 years ago, occasional use since. Stunning example with matching numbers.
Quote ref: NR525
1958 Jaguar 2.4 MkI manual
Black with original red leather trim. 41,000 miles only, fully documented. This superb motor car has won many concours trophies and has been featured in several books and magazines. An original RHD, matching numbers English car. Unique.
Quote ref: NR467
1961 Jaguar E-Type 3.8 RHD (flatfloor) Chassis # 51 Lightweight Evo.
Refinished in Original Opalescent silver-grey, this superb car was restored to lightweight GT spec and serviced by two of the UK's leading Jaguar specialists (first Commissioned by a world F1 ace). Ideal historic road/race/tour-auto, etc. Genuine enquiries only please (no time wasters).
Quote ref: NR522
1966 Jaguar 3.8 MK2 MOD (vicarage Concours Restoration).
The superb RHD example is finished in signal red with tan leather and original Webasto sunshine roof. Chrome wire-Wheels, PAS, upgraded brakes, alloy rad, etc. A fortune was spent with Vicarage on this cars restoration which is fully documented. This is without question one of the best Mk2s available anywhere.
Quote ref: NR491
1955 Jaguar MK7 M (very rare) Manual with Overdrive
Jet original Jaguar black with original tan leather trim, original carpets etc. One previous owner, 8,400 miles only from new (repeat: 8,400 miles only from new). Never restored, totally original and in mint show-winning condition. All original books, tools, paperwork and full history up to this year. This is a "find" in a life-time and has the most wonderful wonderful history I have ever seen in 28 years of international classic vehicle sales. The car is UNIQUE.!! Genuine enquiries only to Martin Daly.
Quote ref: NR520
1959 Jaguar XK150 FHC 3.8 (special equipment) RHD
Opalescent silver blue with oatmeal leather and blue carpets. CWW, 5 speed Getrag gearbox, PAS, electric windows, upgraded braking system and stainless exhaust. Superb English matching numbers car, restored c5 years ago to a very high standard. Very rarely do you find them like this.
Quote ref: NR490
1964 registered (1987 build) Jaguar D-Type Rep (L.R. Ram )
Engineering workshop built and 5,000 miles only. This is without question the best and most superbly built GRP replica we have ever seen. The quality and build is very special and rarely seen to this very high standard. Many original/genuine Jaguar parts, full race-tuned 3.8 Ltr engine, 4 speed manual with overdrive, stainless exhaust, correct instruments, seats, Moto-Lita wood rim wheel, etc, etc, period registration. We sold an alloy copy last year for £150K which was no better to drive than this car. "Stunning"
Quote ref: NR639
 
1953 Jaguar XK120 DHC (Special Equipment) RHD
Alpine white with red leather trim and black mohair hood. C-type head and cams, aluminium louvered bonnet, 5 speed Getrag gearbox, Cooper Craft race brakes. Ideal for fast road and continental rallies. Restored by it's previous owners c10 years to Concours standards. Without question one of the finest available (original English matching numbers example).
Quote ref: NR489