2005 jaguar s type sport sedan ONE OWNER!!!!!!!!
- Automatic transmission with optional shift mode,and optional sport mode!!!!!
- V6 3.0 liter engine automatic transmission 101000miles
- 18''coventry wheels with Goodyear eagle sl 2 tires $2000.00 i recently paid to have put on..less than 3000 miles ago!!!!!!!
- brand new Jaguar factory brakes and rotors installed at same time as wheels!!!!this was an additional $600.00 expense!!!!
- xenon headlights
- power seats,steering wheel adjustment,windows,locks,sun roof
- extra set of keys
- steering wheel cruise and radio controls
- heated seats
- dual climate control,extremely warm AIR,and ice cold A/C!!!!!!
- integrated phone,you can bluetooth cell phone so calls come through speakers in car.....
- in dash cd player,5 disc cd changer in truck of vehicle,alpine sound system sounds crystal clear.....
This car runs and drive great.It is very well taking care of.the interior is in great condition has always been kept cleaned inside and out. Everything in this car works just like it would have when it was new..Rides wonderful!!!!this will make a good car for anybody..the exterior is also in great condition there is some minor road rash on the bumper from pulling in a low driveway wouldnt ever notice if it wasnt pointed out..there is no issues with this vehicle i recently had it inspected three months ago and there is not any problems..you will not be disappointed this is a solid one owner vehicle that has been very well maintained!!!!
Please feel free to ask any questions!!!
Jaguar S-Type for Sale
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Thu, 15 May 2014 10:29:00 EST
Back in February of 1963, Jaguar set about making a small run of lightweight E-Types. It recrafted the bodywork out of aluminum, shoehorned in a 3.8-liter straight-six with an aluminum block, stripped out the interior, removed the chrome trim and fitted lighter-weight side windows. The result was a 250-pound reduction in curb weight and a commensurate increase in performance, especially evident on the race track. The company originally set about building 18 examples, but only managed 12. The remaining six were allocated chassis numbers, but were never built. That is, until now.
Wed, 10 Apr 2013 16:58:00 EST
Fifty years since the last of the original 12 lightweight E-Types were completed, Jaguar has announced that it is preparing to resume production and complete the final six examples. The company has assigned its top craftsmen to the job, who will build the half-dozen continuation Lightweights to the same exact specifications as the original dozen. Former sister-company and perennial arch-rival Aston Martin undertook a similar task (or at least authorized Zagato to do so) when it sanctioned four continuation examples of the original DB4 GT Zagato based on original chassis numbers in 1988, and another two based on original body shells and stock DB4 chassis in 1992.
Jaguar has not yet announced pricing and availability for the continuation Lightweights, but the first old-is-new example is set to debut this summer, whereupon Coventry will release further details. You can bet, though, that each one will be snapped up rather quick at just about any price the British automaker cares to put on them.
There's no question that David Paddison has got a very lovely 1974 Jaguar E-Type convertible. The rubber bumpers of this late E-Type may distract ever so slightly from the purity of the lines, but that doesn't mean we're still not completely jealous of the latest Petrolicious subject car.
Tue, 17 Dec 2013 09:29:00 EST
As usual, the team of vintage car videographers has done a fine job capturing a small moment of gear-headness with this latest installment - The Last of the Breed. We do wonder why we don't get to hear a little bit more of that famed Jaguar V12 rumble, however. There's just a whiff of engine and exhaust sound in the middle of the video, while the rest of the piece sounds like it was scored by Amy Grant's rhythm guitarist. See for yourself, below.
We were quite impressed by Mercedes-Benz when it aired its Magic Body Control commercial, starring a group suitably funky chickens demonstrating their ability to jive to Diana Ross and the Supremes. Now, Jaguar has taken the opportunity to poke some fun at its German rival, releasing its own take on the Magic Body Control spot, and um, there's a big cat involved.
You'll really want to take a look at this video, which is just another sign that in terms of clever ads, Jaguar is doing quite well. We aren't sure if "Jaguar vs. Chicken" will make it onto TV any time soon, but it's still fun to see the British brand take the mickey out of Mercedes - it's rare to see automakers go after each other so bluntly in their marketing efforts. Scroll down to watch the video (we've also included a bonus video, Jag's recent "Cat In A Box" spot).