Previously Sold Jaguars at The Classic Connection



Jaguar E Type Series 2 FHC Two Seater, 1970 H registration black with red leather interior. UK supplied matching numbers car with Heritage certificate. Just benefitted from new chrome bumpers, door handles and wire wheels. 99,000 miles. Benefits from having a Webasto roll back sunroof. Had new shock absorbers all round and a new steering rack. Drives very well and looks great. Great value for a UK matching numbers car with room for a little improvement on the paintwork.



Jaguar XKR Coupe 2008 08 registration, Indigo blue with Caramel leather interior, only 50,000 miles with full Jaguar main dealer and specialist service history. six automatic with sequential shift, heated leather electric memory seats, 20″ Sent alloy wheels, Jaguar smartkey with keyless start, active Bi-Xenon headlights, climate control, cruise control, Sat Nav plus with 7 inch touch screen, CD changer with premium sound and Bluetooth, XKR Dunlop Sport Max tyres, parking sensors front and back. Just been serviced and Mot’d. Tailored soft car cover and Cetec battery conditioner fitted. Fantastic condition throughout.



Jaguar XKR Convertible 4.2 2003 03 registration, green metallic with green soft top and full cream leather interior. This wonderful car has only done 43,000 miles from new and has full service history. It has been maintained from new by Jaguar main dealer and specialist and has fourteen service stamps in its original book. Electric roof, heated electric seats, climate control, parking sensors, remote locking, cd player. Lovely condition throughout. Very rare collectable car being the desirable 4.2 litre with this very low mileage. Stunning colour with deep metallic.



Jaguar XK8 4.0 V8 Coupe, 2000 W registration, metallic blue with full cream leather interior, 97,000 miles with full service history, original book pack old, mot’s and lots of receipts showing all the expenditure keeping this car in top condition including a recent service, mot and new tentioners. Electric heated seats, air conditioning, remote locking with alarm, electric windows and mirrors, cd player, alloy wheels. Superb condition throughout.

JAGUAR XK150S 1959

Jaguar XK150 S 1959 finished in dark blue with grey leather interior. A very rare UK matching numbers car that in its early days was shipped to Rhodesia and then came back to England in the nineties. The current owner has had a full restoration done to a very high standard during his ownership. There is a vast amount of paperwork and photographic evidence to show this including photos of its arrow straight panels in bare metal prior to it being painted. It has been fitted with power steering and a five speed gearbox but is supplied with the original moss box as well. This must be by far the easiest and most pleasurable XK150 I have driven. A very collectable car being a genuine triple carb 150S. Stunning car throughout.


Jaguar XK120 Fixed Head Coupe 1954, metallic blue with red leather interior, a fully restored car with a photographic record that has been updated to a 4.2 litre engine and five speed gearbox. Front disc brakes, Originally commissioned by the well known Roger Austin Learmonth and featuring in his book Petrolhead (The Life and Times of a Classic Car Buff) the engine was built by TT motors a specialist in vintage F1 racing cars. The car has been fitted with period bucket seats making it more comfortable and proving allot more leg room than the original setup. The trim and woodwork are of an exceptional standard as is the rest of the car. Louvered bonnet with straps and wire wheels making this car look wonderful from every angle. Ready for European touring and in first class condition throughout.


Jaguar E Type V12 Coupe automatic, 1971 J registration. Pale blue with dark blue leather interior and chrome wire wheels. 71,000 miles, this lovely car is an older  rust free restoration and has had many thousands spent on it in recent years. It is mechanically perfect and drives as it should. By far the most comfortable E Type to own with it’s automatic gearbox, power steering and longer doors than the two seaters. There is a history file containing many old mot’s, some photos of the restoration, lots of receipts for work and also for many of the new parts.

All in all a very nice  Jaguar E Type which is in a fantastic colour combination and is a joy to drive. Only four owners from new, the last since 2009 and the previous one since 1988. Supplied with a new mot.


Jaguar S Type 3.0 Se V6, black with full grey leather interior, 2000 W registration, only 50,000 miles from new with full Jaguar service history, first owner for seventeen years until 2017, since then we have owned it as our courtesy car. As Jaguar specialists we have looked after this car for many years for a very good customer of ours, in fact our Jaguar Master tech also looked after it when he was at Westover Jaguar where it was purchased new. It is in truly superb condition throughout, the paintwork is unmarked as you can see from the photos, it has never had any paintwork or interior trim repair whatsoever. This is one for the collector as these early S Types are on the rise. The only reason for selling is that it is just too good to lend to customers as it is not the run of the mill old S Type.


Jaguar Mk2 3.8 with manual gearbox, 1963, bright red with full black leather interior, this is a very rare car being one of the few Beacham restored MK2’s. This car was sent to New Zealand and fully restored by Beacham in 1991 and was treated to many of their upgrades including air conditioning, five speed Getrag gearbox, rack and pinion power steering, up rated disc brakes, stainless steel exhaust, electric radiator fan, reclining front seats, up rated charging system. There is a large history file with this car including the Beacham bills which are over forty five thousand pounds. Still in wonderful condition throughout having only covered 20,000 miles since completion, and a real joy to drive.


Jaguar Mk2 3.8 manual, 1966 D registration, finished in metallic green with tan leather interior. Supplied by Bryson’s of Australia on the 30th November 1966. This stunning car has a five speed gearbox, power steering and is running triple SU carburettors with trumpets and fast road cams, louvered bonnet, Cooper Craft front brakes, full stainless steel exhaust and custom manifold which is wrapped. It sounds fantastic and is a real thrill to drive. The previous owner deliberately chose an Australian rust free car to fully restore to this amazing standard. Retaining its period radio, picnic tables and having a Motolita steering wheel just adds to its character. With 9000 Miles showing on the clock we think this is the mileage it has done since the rebuild. In our opinion possibly one of the best and most exciting MK2’s on the market at this time.


Jaguar E Type Series 2 FHC two seater, 1969 H registration, dark blue with black leather interior. The service history for this car is the best I have seen, it contains thirty five old mot’s going back to 1973, the original book pack including the original passport to service book and user manuals, the Castrol service chart and booklet, wads of receipts going back to day one, old tax discs, heritage certificate and photos showing any restoration work done. We restored the car two years ago for our customer who after long deliberation has decided to sell it. The work included the following, full repaint to concourse standard, full engine rebuild and complete refurbishment of the engine bay and all front suspension, brakes etc, full back end rebuild including brakes and suspension. New carpets and sill covers were fitted but the seats were left in lovely original condition. This car needs to be seen and driven to be appreciated fully. It is an original UK car with matching numbers throughout. The total verified mileage from new is only 110,000, which of course is very low for a fourty six year old car.


1969 E Type Jaguar 4.2 Roadster, finished in Old English

White with black leather interior and black soft top. This car has recently had

a full bare metal body restoration to a very high standard with perfect gaps

and paint work; there is a photo graphic record of this. It is now totally rust

free and looks fantastic. Also the mechanicals have all been overhauled

including a cylinder head rebuild. It benefits from new chrome wires and tyres.

This Jaguar was with the last owner for over twenty five years and it has a

comprehensive history file. Perfect to drive in every way and in beautiful



E type series 1 coupe, 1964 3.8, pale grey with red leather interior, registered in Febuary1964. Genuine UK car with all matching numbers throughout. Amazingly one owner from new until the end of last year. Been dry stored for the last twenty five years, starts and drives. In need of full restoration which can be done in our workshops.


Jaguar E Type 3.8 Roadster, 1964 B registration, British racing green with black interior and black soft top. Only two owners from new with a large history file. A Genuine UK matching numbers car first registered in April 1964. The car has had a five speed Getrag gearbox conversion, but the original Moss box comes with the car. Also with the benefit of a Kenlowe fan this car is perfect for modern day traffic and touring without any problems. Currently displaying 23000 miles. Powder coated competition 72 spoke wire wheels with chrome spinners. With its unmarked paintwork this car looks truly stunning and is simply in a class of its own. It’s and older restoration which was completed very well. A wise investment being a genuine UK 3.8 Roadster with only two owners in total.


Jaguar E Type 3.8 FHC series 1, 1964 B registration. Carmen red with black leather interior. A genuine UK matching numbers car with no stories or issues . Owned by the same family for fifty years from when it was new until last year. AWA69B is the well know E Type that was on show at the Gaydon Heritage Museum. My own E Type that I purchased 18 months ago not with the intention of selling, but other commitments have arisen. I purchased it off the daughter of the chap who purchased it new in 1964. It is one of the most original cars retaining all of it’s 3.8 series 1 features. It has just benefited from a refreshed interior and new chrome wire wheels, will be supplied freshly serviced and mot’d. Presents and drives beautifully. Gorgeous to look at and an icon of sixties British motoring. To say this is a reluctant sale is an understatement .


Registered 1955 this incredible Jaguar D Type by Wingfield was commissioned by the late Henry Taylor famous racing driver that raced TKF 9 the well known original D Type short-nose, he took the car to first place at Snetterton and third place at Spa. It then went to Border Rivers where it was put in the capable hands of Jim Clark. In 1986 Henry set Brian wingfield the task of re-creating his beloved TKF 9. With Wingfields unparalled experience of building D types and Taylor’s experience of racing them, it was the perfect recipe for the ultimate D type. After its build Henry campaigned the car in certain events in Europe, subsequently the car ended up on the Cote D’azur where he had a Sunseeker agency. As recognition in his later years he was made vice president of the British Drivers Club. The car was sold to it’s second owner and was sent to Switzerland, it is now in the UK and in fine order with it’s beautifully hand crafted aluminium body and a lovely patina it wouldn’t look out of place thundering down the Mulsanne straight.

This car looks, drives and sounds fantastic. The live rear end, highly tuned engine with racing cams, triple Weber’s and side exhaust make driving this exotic car a wonderful experience. with it’s provenance it represents great value and should be a solid investment for the future, especially with originals fetching as much as five million pounds and rapidly climbing.

(Motorsport Interview with Henry Taylor)

Henry Taylor has never forgotten the car which taught him so much. ” I had so many fond memories of the car I wanted to buy it but this was before it was done up and I didn’t have the time to do the work, so someone said of course the person who can build a proper one is Brian Wingfield. I knew Brian from my time at Fords and I asked for the nearest possible Short-Nose replica. The exact car it was even down to the 3.4 engine. It’s given Peggy and I a lot of pleasure, even doing the Manx Classic. It was built from a 1955 XK140 which is how the logbook reads”

Supplied wit the UK V5 but has also got French and Swiss papers if required to save on import duties.


Jaguar E Type Series 2 Roadster, 1968 G registration, red with black leather interior and black soft top. Chrome wire wheels and spinners, 123 ignition fitted, stainless exhaust including manifold, showing 37,000 miles, history file, heritage certificate confirming a matching numbers UK supplied car. Faultless to drive, perfect panel gaps, an older restoration in wonderful condition. Good value and a great investment with series 2 E types constantly on the rise. On the button and ready to go.

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