REDUCED to only $48K, 1973 Jaguar XKE Roadster, Truly a Time Capsule!, matching numbers V12, has factory A/C, power steering and original radio, car has been in the famous Pate museum in Texas since 1985, has only 25800 original miles, zero rust, car is ALL original with 1 repaint, clean Title, has original jack, tool kit, original owners manuals and original Window sticker from new, fires right up, but will need a few things to be road worthy, zero rust, original window sticker, dealer books and records, REDUCED to $42000
The Pick of the Day either needs it all or looks perfect as is, depending on your point of view
This is the 20th car in a 30-day countdown to Barrett-Jackson’s annual Scottsdale collector car auction
The Pick of the Day is a highly desirable early flat-floor model of the iconic British sports car in need of restoration
It seems that the world must be filled with abandoned Jaguars waiting to be discovered in barns and garages and then pulled out and sold at auction.
Introduced in 1961 at the Geneva Motor Show as the successor to the XK series, the Jaguar E-type, also known as the XK-E, was sleek and resembled the famous D-type race car.
The Jaguar E-Type has been universally hailed since new as one of the most beautiful cars ever constructed.
A musty “barn-find” 1963 Jaguar E-type coupe was the top seller at Classic Car Auctions’ sale last weekend at the Warwickshire Exhibition Centre in the U.K.
After winning the 24 Hours of Le Mans in 1955, 1956 and 1957 with its D-type, Jaguar was concerned that its newest technology had not passed down to its road cars.
With Valentine’s Day right around the corner, ClassicCars.com is feeling the love and asked readers to vote for the most romantic car.