Im Selling my 68 S type Jag due to working overseas. Great condition car, wire wheels original knock on's with 95% tyre tread all around. Metallic grey exterior, red leather interior, 3 speed auto, dual tanks, full stainless steel headers and exhaust has a great note. Bought from Jag I am the second owner of the vehicle, always serviced and repaired at a reputable Jag dealership, plenty of work done and receipts to prove. Wood work needs to be restored. Great car to continue with.
Australian Delivery. Genuine low mileage. Never accident damaged, always garaged. A1 condition. Interior trim Le Mans beige, with red piping. Original tool kit, owners and workshop manuals, plus literature. Updated under-bonnet to improve reliability including, larger S/S coolant lines, dual electric cooling fans, modern easily accessed coolant recovery system, dual coolant return filtration & hoses, all-new idlers and belt drive system, and high efficiency aircon compressor. Recently overhauled front & rear brake calipers, electric brake accumulator pump and master cylinder assemblies, front wheel bearings, replacement fuel tank, pump & filter, and battery.
The Jaguar 420 is the final and best iteration of Jaguars 60's compact saloons. It was badged as both a Jaguar and a Daimler following Jaguars takeover of Daimler in the early 1960’s. This car is the Daimler version and is also quite a rare model with only 5000 made over the period 1967 to 1969. The high performance twin overhead cam 6 cylinder 4.2 litre engine mated to the Borg Warner 3 speed automatic gearbox makes this an easy car to drive in traffic. This together with the fabulous ride from the all independent suspension ensures pleasurable motoring. The 4 wheel disc brakes (a standard feature) provide great confidence when driving in traffic. Additional features include, chrome wire wheels, air conditioning, wood-rimmed steering wheel, head restraints, immobilizer, electric choke, power brakes, power steering, LED light conversion for all external lamps, tow bar (hardly used), child restraint mounting points, Inertia reel seat belts in the front and 3 point harnesses in the back. The body was restored in 2004 and taken back to bare metal. The paint colour is the original opalescent blue. This car is used regularly and has proven very reliable. It is a genuine working car, not a museum piece. The condition of the body is excellent, interior wood was refurbished in 2004 and is in excellent condition. Seats and interior trim are very good with a little patina as a result of use. It shows 87921 miles on the clock with the last 50,000 done in my ownership. A truly superb car that really stands out in a crowd. This car is priced to sell quickly at $32,500. A roadworthy certificate will be provided for the successful purchaser. The vehicle registration is paid for the next 13 months until Feb 2018.
This is a very original Series 2 Jaguar XJ12L. (The L denotes long wheelbase, and the amount of legroom in the rear of this car is huge!) This Australian delivered car was originally delivered in Victoria in April 1976, and comes with its original books and Jaguar passport in the original folder! The car has only covered 96,000km since new This particular car benefitted from a repaint at some stage of its life, in its original colour. The paintwork could do with a cut and polish as it has aged a little, and there are the odd scratches and chips here and there, but nothing major and absolutely not a spot of rust. The left side lower sill has a dent in it, but its not too serious. The brightwork is in exceptional condition. All of the chrome looks as new, the only fault being with a spot on the rear bumper. Other than that you can't fault the chrome. The original chrome wheels and hubcaps are in superb condition. Mechanically the car is very sound with $6,000 recently spent on reconditioning one of the dual cylinder heads, and both sets of SU carbs being completely rebuilt. The motor is smooth, quiet and powerful. The original Automatic drivetrain is still intact and in good condition. The interior is 100% original and untouched. The dashboard has two cracks, and the wood veneer looks pretty good, although the varnish has dried out a bit. All the gauges and switches are original and work. The original radio/cassette player is still fitted, with its corresponding manual in the pouch with all of the other delivery books! The leather on the seats could do with a good scrub and leather treat, but the patina is great. There is a small tear on the rear seat and the headrests have lost a bit of their shape. The rear parcel tray is immaculate with the original speakers in place. The carpets are still original and only show signs of wear on the drivers side. The door panels are all good and in fairly good shape. The headlining is original and in good shape. This is a very original and sound survivor car. Everything is as it was the day it left the factory. There is NO RUST, and the minor faults with the car are all part of its originality and patina. The early V12 Jags are fast becoming collectable, especially the carburettor versions. The Series 2 are also much better looking and sorted than the early Series 1 cars. LOTS MORE DETAILED PHOTOS AVAILABLE ON DROPBOX ON REQUEST. The car is currently on ACT Club plates.
Jaguar XK8 4.0 litre V8, BRG, all leather interior, electric everything, 6 CD stacker (jaguar), New tyres, full service history and books, immaculate condition, extras include new jaguar jacket, new scan tool, manuals etc
Hi there, I am selling my 1951 Jaguar Mk V as I am leaving the country soon. This car was shipped out of Canada (left hand drive) and is 1 of the 900 shipped out of Coventry, England 66 years ago. The car is in very good condition and drives well. Market price is $41000, however due to recent residency issues I am now forced to leave the country. Please feel free to email me at email@example.com or call me on 0455899933 if you have any further questions or would like more photos.
First time on the market in over 20 yrs . Comes with books , file ect Matching number car and fitted with chrome wire wheels ($3000) A very honest and original car UVY 756 - $32,990 . More details visit www.collectableclassiccars.com.au or contact Ben Finnis - 0411 744 190 Over 30 Classics in stock and more coming
Painfully reconstructed by Ray Finch ( Finch Hocking Coach Builders) to original specifications This car will not disappoint . Contact Ben Finnis for more information- 0411 744 190. Visit our website www.collectableclassiccars.com.au . Over 30 Classics in stock and more coming Stock no 00003 Price - Submit offers
For Sale due to impending house renovations. Late and desireable all-synchromesh manual transmission. Fully matching numbers with chrome Dunlop wire wheels in original British Racing Green and Green leather. Was a British Consulate car for the first three years of it's life. Only had 3 owners since new with the last having owned it for 21 years. Just had $thousands spent on a suspension rebuild and is sold ready to use with a Victorian roadworthiness certificate (for Victorian buyers). Can assist with freight for interstate buyers.
Unfinished Project. Conversion Kit for a 5 speed Toyota Manual transmission – NEW main wiring harness – RECONDITIONED su carburettor – POWER Steering - front and back suspension and differential - FULLY reconditioned. Cost of $15,000 to date.