Jaguar XJS Roadster – Street/Race/Track Day Car. Ford 302/T5 5 Speed. Turn Key car, or build to suit
Jaguar XJS Roadster with CA Title- Street/Race/Track Day Car.Car has the desirable,updated front end with Big Mercedes Disk brakes, outboard disk brake Jag IRS rear, adjustable brake bias and more. History includes multiple wins and podium finishing "Chump Car" raced by professional Jaguar mechanics in southern California in recent years - running a V12 Jag engine. Tons of money spent building this car, including rare, outboard rear disk brakes with adjustable brake bias, high performance Ford 302 V8 with desirable, Borg Warner T-5 5 speed manual transmission, Alloy radiator and other race or track modifications. Full roll cage, and includes an aftermarket high back Street/Track drivers seat, and spares. Custom made Steel racing wheels. Not shown are Reproduction Porsche Turbo fiberglass flared fenders for possible use to match the look of the famous Bob Tullius Quaker State racing XJS coupes. Ford 302/T5 5 Speed. Turn Key car, or build to suit. We purchased and early XJS coupe to fabricate the steel Windsheld A pillar/windshield frame to use this with safety glass to make this car street legal, along with all lights, brake lamps, and more. Currently a race car eligible for Chump Car or 24 hour of Lemons racing, but also probably legal for SCCA or Clup autocross, ralleycross, road racing, and more. The more or less complete XJS coupe with V12 and tan leather interior is available for an addition $950 wih purchase of this car. Priced reduced to only $8,995.
Color: Original White / Grey Int
Engine: hiPo Ford 302 V8
Trans: BS T5 5 spd manual
Options: Many racing modifications, fire supression system, Fuel Cell, In Board Jag disk brakes, updated suspension and much more PLEASE NOTE; LAST 5 OR SO PHOTOS SHOW EXAMPLES OF HOW THIS CAR COULD BE BUILT OUT TO LOOK LIKE..
I can ship the car worldwide at affordable Prices. Email [Email Dealer] or call Jim Giordano at 001-425-985-4259
Located in Carnation, WA at Giordano''s Vintage Motors. We Buy, Sell, Consign and Trade Sports, Muscle, Collector Cars and Rods, Motorcycles, Parts and collectables. Come visit our indoor showroom or view our inventory online at www.giocars.com. As well as actively buying and trading vehicles, we welcome consigned vehicles, and offer low consignment sales commissions and no consignment fees, putting more money back in your pocket. We are experts at locating and appraising vehicles, and can help value your vehicle for insurance, estate settlement or in preparation for selling. We have hundreds of satisfied customers, and will work hard to earn your trust. You can visit our showroom at 4501 Tolt Avenue, Carnation, WA 98014. Or view our website at: www.giocars.com. You can email us or call Jim at 425-333-5600. We hope to hear from you! VIN posted at dealership.
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