This 6-cylinder XJC was advertised on Ebay USA in October 2018, asking $14,500 - prices of these are ar bargain levels in what we expect will be very valuable Jags in future. This particular example needs restoration, but looks relatively solid with the seller stating it was restored in 2003 and has been garaged since.
Ckeck out the others on the XJC register.
A beautiful example of the rare daimler badged XJC. Very good value considering the low production numbers. This one was advertised on Trademe nz in October 2018 asking $24,000 NZD. The seller at the time noted: Prior to my ownership it was owned by an Engineer for 17 years. He had his own business and did lots of work on the vehicle. I have attached some of the spiel I got from him when I purchased the car, obviously I have continued with the upkeep including a new power steering unit and recent service and tune up
This LHD 560sec was advertised in New Zealand asking only $14,000 with relatively low mileage - still, you would wonder whether it was worth paying a little extra for a higher spec locally delivered car. In any event, we thought we'd add this interesting example to the register. Looks to be very original, and has the cloth trim which is not so common on the 560s - especially to see in export markets.
Take a look at the others on thye Mercedes 560SEC register.
This beautifully kept 1989 TWR enhanced XJS was advertised on carsales in October 2018. The car is one of those built just after the jaguarsport merger - as opposed to the pre-88 cars which had a few small differences compared to the later cars. There are not many genuine vehicles around, but this appears to be the real thing.
This 1965 Gordon Keeble GK1 was advertised in New Zealand in late 2018, asking $160,000. According to the owner, this is build number 15 of only 99 cars, and was restored at some point in the early 1990s, and covered minimal mileage since.
This genuine Leyland Mini 1275 LS from Maitland NSW is in great condition for such an original car, with the current owner having spent the last couple of years focusing on servicing the car's mechanical components. Recent work has included a new radiator and water pump, reconditioned alternator, new CV joints and reconditioned brakes. The car has received a full tune and runs well with the engine said to be very strong. It comes with the set of 12 inch Minilite style wheels with good tyres, as well as its original steel rims (fitted with new tyres) and LS plastic hubcaps as shown in the images. The car is currently on non-transferrable club registration, but will come with full NSW registration and "LS1275" number plates.
The seller has advised that this example has very little rust in the body, with only surface rust appearing on outer door panels. The sills, floor, gutters and A-panels are completely rust free, a product of the car being kept in storage for many years prior to the current seller's ownership. As one of an estimated 800 produced, it's not often you see such solid original LS examples come up, and this one even has its original radio still fitted. Given the age, the rare red velour trim is in good condition, with only the driver's seat having a couple of tears which would be easily repaired.
As BMC Australia's last Mini (other than the Moke), having a 1275 LS will put in you in a very exclusive club. There is a network of LS enthusiasts on Facebook, and Classic Register maintains an original vehicle register for the LS cars, along with a detailed 1275 LS information guide to assist with restoring your LS to original specifications.
For more information or to arrange an inspection, please contact Richard by telephone or email, by clicking the contact seller button above.
This very original example was spotted on carsales.com.au in September 2018, asking $18,000. There are plenty on the market far cheaper, but it's hard to come across examples with relatively low mileage and limited modifications. This one appears completely stock down to the original rims, which is what we love to see. An awesome Group A rally car, they can cost a fortune to maintain, repair and restore - this one looks to be in a condition that would'nt require much expense, particularly if you only intended to use it as a weekend or club car.
This example was advertised on carsales.com.au in September 2018, asking $65,200. This car has been meticulously restored to its original condition. The motor and gear box has been completely stripped and rebuilt by professionals. The car has been rarely driven since its restoration and clocked less than 1000 miles. The photos illustrate areas like the underbody protection coating, the new Westminster style carpet and interior, and the attention to detail with respect to original componentry. No expense has been spared in this restoration.