Market Finds: This December Sale Will Have A Great Selection Of Classic Jaguars For All Tastes And Occasions

This December Sale Will Have A Great Selection Of Classic Jaguars For All Tastes And Occasions

By News Desk
November 29, 2019

Classic Car Auctions are getting ready for their 7 December Classic Car Sale at the Warwickshire Event Center, and among the many affordable classics on offer will be an eclectic selection of classic Jaguars spanning six decades.

Gary Dunne, Classic Car Auctions Manager, commented, “These Jaguars outlined in today’s release are splendid cars and of the highest quality. To have such a varied selection in this condition is a testament to the owners and as we have found throughout the year some of these models are becoming quite desirable, so the auction will be fascinating to watch.”

While many of the vehicles are indeed in excellent condition, one of the three Jaguar E-Types on offer, a 1967 Series 1.5 FHC, is in need of some serious TLC. Being a rare early car and equipped with the desirable manual transmission, it is the ideal candidate for a ground-up restoration. Its estimate has been set at £15,000 to £18,000, which leaves lots of room for its new owner to get it back to its original splendor.


For those who prefer their classic sports cars ready to go, there are two further E-Types to choose from, either a red 1962 Series 1 Roadster or a blue 1964 Series 1 FHC, estimated values range from £60,000 to £80,000 for this pair.

Mk2 Jaguars have always been great affordable classics and CCA has two lovely restored 2.4-liter models on offer. Both are painted in white, one an auto and the other a manual with overdrive. They may not have the forceful acceleration of their larger capacity stablemates but, with estimates ranging between £12,000 and £18,000, they are superb value and still offer a lovely laid-back driving experience.


The Jaguar XJS has slowly been gaining in popularity over the years. They offer serious performance in V12 spec and CCA has five for you to pick from. The pick of the bunch is a 1988 V12 TWR, finished in Solent Blue over Silver with a cream interior. It has just 28,000-miles on the odometer and all the rare and desirable TWR extras. It is estimated to sell at between £25,000 to £30,000. Another desirable XJS on offer is a 1991 Le Mans edition, number 232 of 280, with low mileage and a very attractive top estimate of just £20,000.

These are just a handful of the more notable Jags on offer and the Classic Car Auctions sale comprises of 140 lots in total so a viewing the day before the event is highly recommended. For more information click on the link below.

Images Courtesy of Classic Car Auctions

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4 years ago

I’ll admit it, I know nothing about car renovation. In fact, I’m an complete no nothing new guy when it comes to cars. I don’t even change my own oil. Maybe it’s because I’ve reached middle age but I’ve taken a liking to this site and I’m beginning to appreciate the older cars. I’m not saying I could do it but I am curious about how much money it would take to renovate that neglected E-Type. I’m thinking 10’s of thousands.

4 years ago

Classy blog! I love the look and layout of your site. Plus your content is well-organized and very impressive. You’re doing an amazing job! Loving your work!

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