For Sale By:Private Seller
Interior Color: Red
Drive Type: RWD
Just in time for winter is this 1963 Jaguar 3.8 liter Automatic Sedan Project that I am helping a cousin get off his plate. He purchased it 3 years ago from a local friend who had it stored inside his shop for his 8 years of ownership. My cousin does not have a title for it but believes there should not be a problem to get paper for it The engine and drivetrain were removed for pending rework but it does not look as that was ever accomplished though I am not positive of that. The front seats are not there although a poor substitute set is available. The backseat is there though in sad shape. There are also extra parts (glass, chrome,, etc,) pictured that were originally included in his deal that will also be given to the successful bidder. Sedan seems pretty solid and original spare tire may even be there ! The car has been on the same trailer at his property for those 3 years and transported to my rural home in the original purchased condition. Tires are poor and even though it should be able to roll off its trailer to your transport trailer but that's about it. I am located midway between Rochester and Buffalo NY. It is being sold as is where is. Please ask any questions you may have and, if necessary, I will be glad to set up a time for anyone to see it before the auction ends. A 10% deposit is required within 48 hrs. of auction closing and complete payment within 10 days, Reserve is very reasonable and will allow you money leftover to finish this classic. Buyer responsible for any vehicle transportation ( trailer it is on is not roadworthy and not for sale ). Good Luck All and Happy Bidding,
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"We feel we could make the car work, but looking at the global austerity measures in place now, it seems the wrong time to launch an 800,000-pound to 1 million-pound supercar."
Those words are from Jaguar Global Brand Director Adrian Hallmark, and as true as they may be, it still stings a little bit. After all, we've been looking forward to the Jaguar C-X75 ever since word came from Jolly Olde that it was green-lit for a short production run.
Some of the cool bits and pieces the world will now be without: a powerful but relatively miserly 1.6-liter turbocharged and supercharged four-cylinder engine, two electric motors driving all four wheels and a carbon fiber chassis developed by Williams F1. Sigh.
The automotive world has been hot on fire with the Jaguar F-Type of late. We're still recovering from the excitement of driving Jaguar's new sports car for the first time, and recently we had a predictive look at a coupe version. As it turns out, those 'patent sketches' were just a warm up for the real deal F-Type Coupe, as this brand new set of spy images proves out.
Word from our shooter is that security around the F coupe was and is really tight. The photographer had to hide in the cargo area of his clandestine SUV, just to catch these few, not-perfectly-clear images (that odd color your see is window tint). Still, the photos are good enough to see that the rakish silhouette of the hardtop is going to do justice to the convertible. In fact, the new top seems to flow quite perfectly into the car's rear haunches.
Expect that the F-Type Coupe will share an engine lineup with the roadster, meaning both a naturally aspirated and a supercharged V6, as well as a V8 option. Hot R and R-S versions of the Jaguar coupe are a virtual lock, too, though how far down the product pipeline they are is unclear.
Paul Branstad loves the shape and purity of the Series 1 Jaguar E-Type, produced from 1961 to 1968, but appreciates the longer length of the Series 3 V12 model, which affords occupants a more comfortable space in which to enjoy long trips. So when Branstad brought his damaged left-hand-drive 1968 roadster from its home in the US to Classic Motor Cars in the UK for a restoration, he had a special request: restore his car, but make it a bit longer.
"This is something that we have never done before. Our client wanted the interior leg room of a Series 3 V12 E-Type but the aesthetics of a Series 1 car," says Nick Goldthorp, managing director of CMC.
For the restoration, CMC added 4.5 inches of length to the floor pan of Branstad's E-Type to create the extra legroom. Goldthorp relates, "The V12 was actually nine inches longer than a Series 1 but a lot of the additional room was behind the seats as storage and was not required on our project." That's because CMC also built a trailer out of two E-Type rear ends that attaches to a custom-made removable tow hitch.