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Waimak Classic Cars

PO Box 373 Rangiora 7440 North Canterbury New Zealand

Waimak Classic Cars

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E-type not exclusive enough? Then why not consider the XK150 The Jaguar XK150 was the first production Jaguar available with all-round disc brakes. With only its successor the E-type to challenge it, the Jaguar XK150 can lay claim to the title of the greatest post-war production sports car in the world. In their time, ...

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New Zealand

PRICE IS NZD36500.00 Chassis #: SAJJNACC7CC115780 Engine#: 9DPAMA100384 Personalised Plate: JAG36M NZ New Vehicle (looks to have been an owner import or Tourist delivery back in the day) Original certificate Of Registration Available. Comes with two sets of keys, complete with spare wheel, ...

119,557
New Zealand

PRICE IS NZD 159990.00 Chassis #: 1E 50240 BW Engine #: 7E 51447-9 NZ NEW Matching Numbers Car Excellent Condition Throughout 5 long term owners amongst a few other owners. Previous owner 11 years. Previous to that 13 years. Clean, straight body with beautiful paintwork. Engine ...

21,199
New Zealand

Price is NZD48000.00 Mint Example Only Three owners - Sold new in Wellington - original certificate of registration available. Matching Numbers - Chassis #: 728637 BW / Engine #: N2238/7 Borg Warner three-speed automatic; power steering and brakes are standard features on this car. The car's rich ...

24,999
New Zealand

A most beautiful XJ6 Series 3 Sovereign! After early doubts were allayed, the Series III established itself as one of the best Jaguars of all, with the injected 4.2-litre coming out as the pick of the crop. It might be more than 50 years old but, to me, the Jaguar XJ6 remains the perfect British saloon car. It’s ...

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New Zealand

The XK140 was offered in three forms - coupe, roadster and drophead coupe. The Drophead Coupé is the most interesting variation, with an additional pair of rear seats that added practicality. The 140 is desirable property. It is also a lot more comfortable than the 120. The engine was moved forward, and the cockpit ...

46,175
New Zealand

Only three Owners from new, this car was sold new in the UK and brought into New Zealand in 1987 by its original owner. Fantastic condition inside and out. For many people this svelte classic was the last "real" Jaguar and, since its demise in 1993, the company has struggled to produce anything that looks quite as ...

110,001
New Zealand

With the styling of the Series 1 widely admired, Jaguar weren’t about to mess with such a successful recipe. The Series 2, launched in 1973 was a case of gentle evolution then, distinguished by a shallower grille and higher-set front bumper to satisfy US safety regulations. Engines were largely unchanged, although ...

New Zealand

Stylish and capable, the Mk2 is, without doubt, one of Jaguar’s finest models. A well-sorted and cherished Mk2, as in this case, is an enjoyable car to drive and the very essence of a British sporting saloon. From the luxurious interior to the taut and confidence-inspiring handling, you are unlikely to be disappointed ...

New Zealand

Now here’s a hell of a lot of car for the money. Launched in 1993 as a run out model for the final two years of XJ40 production, the S, or Sport, was designed to appeal to a younger demographic, ahead of the upcoming X300, which would have a Sport model as part of the standard line-up. Indeed, the Sport was very ...

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New Zealand

MINT CONDITION...ABSOLUTELY STUNNING! MATCHING NUMBERS 3.8 Manual / Overdrive BRITISH RACING GREEN CHROME WIRES TRANSPORT / SHIPPING CAN BE ORGANISED ON THIS VEHICLE ON BUYER'S BEHALF AT BUYERS COST. Viewing is STRICTLY BY APPOINTMENT only. CONTACT US FOR MORE INFO!

New Zealand

The Jaguar XJ-S is a luxury grand tourer manufactured from 1975 to 1996. The styling was by Jaguar's pioneering aerodynamicist Malcolm Sayer — one of the first designers to apply advanced aero principles to cars. Sayer died just before the XJ-S body styling was frozen for production. After a difficult start, ...

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New Zealand

One can point to a hundred things that have made the E-Type Jaguar a success from the moment it appeared: a list price that originally undercut competition from Aston Martin and Ferrari by half; performance years ahead of its time; looks that landed it in museums; and a legend that endures to the present day. But many ...

New Zealand

This is a car that makes no contribution to a world full of compromise. There is great authority in every line and detail of the Jaguar XJ12. Yet the car’s finest achievement is the effortless way it takes charge of any driving situation. In motion, this superb luxury car handles and responds like a sports car, which ...

New Zealand

Six-figure glamour and power at a five-figure price. The XKR’s mission, as of all Jaguars, is to make you feel elegant and this car has awesome power, sweet handling, and true luxury in a supermodel body. Its a bit like Elizabeth Hurley-wearing Versace-at-the-Oscars sexy: provocative, confident, not at all trashy, ...

New Zealand

Modern man has simply become disoriented. We have lost our way where it comes to car manufacturing, which is why we bring you this Absolutely Immaculate example of the most desirable Mark 2 Jaguar’s of all time – the 3.8 Manual / Overdrive. And it's here - with the 3.8-litre Mk2 - that Jaguar created a legend. The ...

New Zealand

Stylish and capable, the Mk2 is, without doubt, one of Jaguar’s finest models. This well-sorted and cherished Mk2 is an enjoyable car to drive and the very essence of a British sporting saloon. From the luxurious interior to the taut and confidence-inspiring handling, you are unlikely to be disappointed behind the ...

New Zealand

CAR DESCRIPTION Sometime on or about September 1967 the 3.4 Litre Mark 2 cars were re badged as the 340. The 340 was an interim model intended to fill the gap until the introduction of the XJ6 in September 1968. The automatic transmission was upgraded to a Borg-Warner 35 dual drive range. Power steering by Marles ...

New Zealand

When introduced in 1979, the Jaguar XJ6 Series III was not immediately to everyone's liking. Despite an expensive redesign with its Pininfarina styled roof, and refreshed cabin, some Big Cat enthusiasts felt that it was taking liberties with the classic looks of one of their favourites. In fact, the Series III set out ...

New Zealand

Presented in 1975, the XJ-S replaced the legendary E-type in Jaguar’s range. As well as being great to drive, it introduced new standards of passenger safety, with impact-absorbing bumpers on special struts, side-impact barriers built into the doors and a fuel tank mounted directly behind the rear seats to protect it ...

New Zealand

It's unusual to find a facelifted car that's better looking than the car it was designed to replace but Jaguar managed this unusual feat, with the Mark 1 replacement. Not many other cars can claim to have built a reputation in as many ways as the Mark 2 Jag has. From stints as a star car of television, a race car driven ...

New Zealand

Beautiful styling, excellent road manners, and in real terms, for a car with such iconic status, values are still realistic. Although automotive styling is subjective, the one vehicle that seems to top more opinion polls naming the most beautiful car in the world, the Jaguar E-type. Styled mainly by aerodynamicist Malcolm ...

New Zealand

Early Jaguar XJs are enjoying a surge in popularity, but if you want the best then it has to be a Series 1. Straight from the 1968 launch of Sir William Lyons’s final masterpiece, it was recognised as the best car in the world. Forty years on and arguably the XJ6 was the last true world-beating saloon to roll out ...

New Zealand

A Jaguar reflects your success like no other car. Its reputation for effortless performance, superb road holding and supreme ride comfort is greatly deserved. No other car offers such a unique combination of design and engineering sophistication. No other car conjures up such contrasting images of sheer luxury and race ...

New Zealand

The XK140 was offered in three forms - coupe, roadster and drophead coupe. The Drophead Coupé is the most interesting variation, with an additional pair of rear seats that added practicality. The 140 is desirable property. It is also a lot more comfortable than the 120. The engine was moved forward, and the cockpit ...

New Zealand

Six-figure glamour and power at a five-figure price. The XKR’s mission, as of all Jaguars, is to make you feel elegant and this car has awesome power, sweet handling, and true luxury in a supermodel body. Its a bit like Elizabeth Hurley-wearing Versace-at-the-Oscars sexy: provocative, confident, not at all trashy, ...

New Zealand

The Jaguar Coupe is amongst the world's most beautiful cars. It is also Jaguar's rarest production car with 6487 examples built between 1975 and 1978. When Sir William Lyons began styling exercises for the new XJ models in the mid 1960’s, it was clear that he had the notion of a two door coupe in mind for eventual ...

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