Jaguar Xjs V-12 on 2040-cars
Leicester, North Carolina, United States
Stunning, Flamenco Red V-12 Jaguar with Cream leather interior with cranberry red piping on the seats and doors. All stiching is in double cranberry red. This is the only year for this special color piping/stiching. My car has only 6,800 miles on it and it is as close to a new car that you can get.
With only 1030 made this is probably the finest in existence.
It has won many awards including JCNA Judged Concours First Place award and Peoples Choice award.
Note they (Jaguar/Ford from 1988) greatly improved the V-12 Engine and introduced it in 1993 through 1995, by far the most desirable and reliable,powerful V-12 Jaguar ever made in XJS's.
Always stored in a climatized garage. Paint and chrome are not good they are PERFECT!!!
It has all options including the factory CD player. Yes the leather boot has the cranberry color piping.
I have the original window sticker and the original price was $85,000. Note NADA lists a #2 as $24,200 http://www.nadaguides.com/Classic-Cars/1994/Jaguar/XJS12/2-Door-Convertible/Values This is a #1 original unrestored car. Probably the best V-12 in the world!
Questions call me @ 828-683-2981. I'm retired so please call any time but not after 9.
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Thu, 02 Oct 2014 13:00:00 EST
It's been about five years since Jaguar discontinued the misguided X-Type and exited the compact luxury sedan market, but today marks the British automaker's re-entry into the segment with the public debut of the all-new XE.
Thu, 11 Sep 2014 18:58:00 EST
Pitted against the likes of the BMW 3 Series and Mercedes-Benz C-Class, the new Jaguar XE is based on an all-new aluminum architecture that will underpin many new felines to follow, and packs a new family of four-cylinder engines. That is, aside from the range-topping XE S pictured above, with the super-six borrowed from the F-Type.
Conservatively styled but elegant and uniquely Jaguar, the XE isn't set to arrive Stateside until 2016. So unless you're planning a trip overseas (with a stop at a Jaguar showroom on the itinerary), our gallery of live shots from the floor of the Paris Motor Show here at the Porte de Versailles may be the best look you'll be getting at Coventry's latest for the next couple of years.
An automaker with as rich a heritage as Jaguar is bound to create a few experts along the way... and some divergent opinions, too. So on the eve of the debut of the new XE, Jaguar brought together three experts to whittle down the long list of classic Leaping Cats to just ten.
Fri, 23 May 2014 20:00:00 EST
For this gargantuan task, it brought in Ian Callum (who, as the company's chief designer, knows a thing or two about Jaguars), Lord Charles Henry Gordon-Lennox (the Earl of March and founder of the Goodwood Revival) and Brian Johnson - who may be better known as the frontman of AC/DC, but also a classic car enthusiast, collector and racer in his own right.
So what did the designer, the nobleman and the celebrity choose? The SS100, XK120 (namely number NUB 120), the C-Type that competed at the 1953 Mille Miglia, the D-Type that won at Reims, the Mk II sedan, the E-Type that served as the Geneva show car, the one and only XJ13, company founder Sir William Lyons' personal XJ6 S1, the TWR XJS touring car and the 1988 Le Mans-winning XJR-9.
Roadkill hosts Mike Finnegan and David Freiburger have broken up - kinda - to spin off a new show, Hot Rod Garage, that mostly gives up the driveway and parking lot wrench work for the confines of a garage. We say kinda because while Finnegan is the primary host for Hot Rod Garage, Freiburger plays guest host and the new show starts off by wrenching on the Roadkill Draguar project car.
What's the Draguar? It's a 1974 Jaguar XJ12 that's about to be force-fed a 383-cubic-inch Chevrolet long-block engine with tidbits like Holley carbs, a Weiand 6-71 roots blower and a "custom WillBlow transmission," all good for about 700 horsepower. After that Finnegan gets into swapping parts on his wife's El Camino and some TIG welding lessons.
You can check out the first episode below. And in case you're worried, no, Roadkill isn't going away.