Delivered new in France in 1964, our coupe has been known on the HCV circuit for several decades. Prepared at the end of the 70s, it is with the enthusiasm of historic races that we will find it in the Atlantic Racing team in the 90s, already as a front runner, and some still remember it being driven .....
20K PRICE REDUCTION !!! MOVING AND LOSING STORAGE Hopefully you can see from the pics the level of preparation on this MATCHING NUMBERS car, it was completely rebuilt 3 yrs ago on its excellent shell (having lived in Italy most of its life) , bare metal repaint in its original rare early colour of .....
1985 Jaguar XJR6-285 - No.52
One of just two Jaguar-entered, British Racing Green XJR V12s
Podium finish upon this model's 1985 race debut
Purest shape of all the V12-engined TWR Jaguars
Driven by two future Jaguar Le Mans winners
Pioneering Tony Southgate design presaged double wins .....
1985 Jaguar XJR5
This XJR5 is the very last one built and remains immaculately preserved as an un-raced example, which was the feature car at the 1985 Le Mans.
Foundation of Jaguar’s WSC & IMSA success
Developed by Bob Tullius’s Group 44 team
The last of eleven Jaguar XJR5s ever made
1993 Jaguar XJ220C-002 - No.50
The very last Jaguar to achieve a victory at Le Mans
Ex-David Coulthard/David Brabham/John Nielsen Le Mans 24-Hour race, GT class-winning
Retired from further competition immediately post-Le Mans
Long-term preserved veteran of two world-class collections
1961 Jaguar E-Type Lightweight
Alloy monocoque and alloy body panels
JD Classics' 'High-Torque' alloy-block 3.8-litre competition engine
Four-speed all-synchromesh race gearbox
Winner at the Algarve Classic Festival, Portimao, 2016
Right from the moment deliveries commenced in 1961, .....
We are pleased to offer for sale a Jaguar 3.8 Mk2 / MkII.
The car, built from a rust free RHD shell, will conform to FIA Appendix K specification, eligible for Goodwood, Masters Top Hat, Jaguar Classic Challenge, Tour Auto and Spa 6 Hours among others.
All components are to the highest specification, .....
Up for auction is this stunning jaguarXJR11 chassis number 590 group c race car. For more information please click the link below.
In an effort to meet the new GT race regulations for the following year, Jaguar’s Malcolm Sayer created a new roof line for the E type in 1962. The result was the creation of three ‘Low Drag’ coupes that used the same roof panel but each looked slightly different. The interpretation of the improved .....
1963 Jaguar E Type Low Drag
Exceptional race car with a notable engine.
Probably one of the best Jaguar Low Drag Lindner/Nöcker conversions,
s/n 880400, engine no. NG5677-8
The most “evocative’ of all E types
The Low Drag was the challenger that Jaguar created to compete with the glorious .....