EDITORIAL

It is no secret that Jaguar Land Rover has big plans for its heritage department as the company’s most recent actions, such as the continuation E-Type Lightweights, XKSSs, XJ220s and reborn Series 1 Land Rovers impressively shows. And so does their impressive 14,000 square metre-workshop that we had the chance to visit recently.

Given especially the E-Type’s iconic role in automotive history, we found this is just the right way to approach such a legacy. This special is for all those who can’t resist the cat’s growl.

Lean back and enjoy some of the best examples of British automobile ingenuity that are currently up for sale, ideally with a glass of whisky or wine.

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FOR SALE

1938 Jaguar SS 100

1938 Jaguar SS 100

By Gullwing Motor Cars

This 1938 Jaguar SS 100 3.5 Convertible came out of a 30 year ownership with Sir Dave Garroway, the original anchor and host of The Today Show on NBC starting in the late 1940s. Mr. Garroway raced regularly into the the early 1950s. Mr. Garroway had the original 3.5 litre engine outfitted with a Rootes supercharger and as told to Sports Car …

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1973 Jaguar Type E V12

1973 Jaguar Type E V12

By Eleven Cars

This particular E-Type V12 has been delivered new to the United States in 1973. It now presents itself in its original combination of white with a red interior. Jaguar Heritage has confirmed matching engine ...

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1953 Jaguar XK120 OTS Racer

1953 Jaguar XK120 OTS Racer

By Lex Classics

This XK120 is equipped with 3-Weber carburettors, which makes this car great to drive. Thanks to the black sprayed wirewheels, the louvres in the hood, side air grills and the removed bumpers, this Jaguar XK gets an extra sporty …

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1958 Jaguar XK150 "Vicarage" Special

1958 Jaguar XK150 "Vicarage" Special

By Aston Workshop

We are pleased to offer you this 1958 Jaguar XK 150 “Vicarage” Special. A truly stunning and quite rare vehicle. This is a conversion build using a Jaguar XK 150 FHC as basis, maintaining, amongst others, the correct unaltered chassis, engine, overdrive transmission, suspension, Jaguar Mk 2 3.8 and Sperr. rear axle. The aluminum bodywork has been completely handcrafted resulting …

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1960 Jaguar MKII 3.8

1960 Jaguar MKII 3.8

By Gallery Aaldering

We are pleased to offer for sale this incredibly desirable Jaguar 3.8 MKII Manual. This particular MKII is fitted with the 3.8 Litre 6 Cyl (E-Type) engine and was subject to a fully documented, complete restoration in 1990. It also has a very impressive history file including operating manuals, Mot's etc. dating back from 1996 to the present day. Originally …

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1961 Jaguar E-Type Roadster

1961 Jaguar E-Type Roadster

By Grand Prix Classics

This is one of the very early cars that were still hand built with outside bonnet latches, welded hood louvers and a flat floor. This unique build quality made this the most collectible of the E-Types. It was also the last of the Jaguars designed by Sir William Lyons. …

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1957 Jaguar XK150

1957 Jaguar XK150

By Pendine

This is a very special XK 150 indeed; chassis XB 1001 was a hand built, factory prototype development car. A letter from the Special Facilities Office at Jaguar to the car’s owner in 1980 confirms the XK was used by Jaguar’s experimental department in early 1958 and that it had additional work carried out whilst at Browns Lane. They note …

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1965 Jaguar E-Type 4.2 Series 1 FHC

1965 Jaguar E-Type 4.2 Series 1 FHC

By Albion Motorcars

Most people will agree if we say that the Coupé (or FHC) version of the E-Type Series 1 is one of the most beautiful automotive designs ever made. It is unbelievable that the design of this iconic car was conceived in two weeks, and that sir William Lyons was not very sure that it would appeal to the typical Jaguar …

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1989 Jaguar XJR-10

1989 Jaguar XJR-10

By Taylor And Crawley

In spite of winning both the World Championship and the Le Mans 24 hours in 1998 Jaguarsport, a collaboration between Tom Walkinshaw's TWR and Jaguar, decided that there was little potential for development left in the large and heavy production based V12 engine and so started development of a V6 turbo for 1989. This was particularly needed …

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1968 Jaguar MK II

1968 Jaguar MK II

By Speedmaster Limited

This car was originally delivered to its first owner by Hoffmans Jaguar in Halifax. Upgraded by the third and still current owner to 3.8Litre engine and close ratio gearbox. The car completed approximately 10,000 miles with 3.4 litre engine before being upgraded to 3.8L …

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1966 Jaguar E-Type SI 4.2 Roadster LHD

1966 Jaguar E-Type SI 4.2 Roadster LHD

By Marreyt-Classics

In the ever-changing world of classic cars, there are certain constants. The iconic E-Type is one of them.Many of these sleek and sexy sports cars have visited our premises since we founded our restoration workshop more than a quarter of a century ago: from early flat-floor Series I's to recent V12 Series III's, and from classic coups over open two-seaters …

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1991 Jaguar Sport twr XJR-15

1991 Jaguar Sport twr XJR-15

By J.D Classics

The XJR-15 was the brainchild of Tom Walkinshaw, built by Jaguar Sport a joint venture of Jaguar and TWR, between 1990 and 1992. The car was based on the XJR-9 that won the 1988 Le Mans 24 hours. It was also the first carbon fibre/Kevlar road-going car beating the McLaren F1. Built for a new race series ‘the Intercontinental Challenge’ …

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2006 Jaguar XJ8

2006 Jaguar XJ8

By Samuel Laurence

We present to you a piece of british government motoring history. Baroness Thatchers very own armoured Jaguar XJ8. A car that was used by her from 2009 until she passed away in 2013. It is the last official car allocated to the late Baroness Thatcher by The Government Car Service, a division of the Department for Transport. While other official …

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1954 Jaguar XK120

1954 Jaguar XK120

By Fiskens

This XK120, one of the very last built, was prepared for competition in-house, by Jaguars extremely successful ​Works department. 'Works' deemed a weakness on the standard XK's to be the low, dual exhaust system, so designed a system for RJH 400 whereby the exhaust pipes exit through two holes in the …

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2016 Jaguar F-Type Project 7

2016 Jaguar F-Type Project 7

By Car Cave

These cars were delivered with a huge list of standard options but this particular car comes with the following extra options: 20 inch wheels Storm satin …

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