This 1965 911 was a ‘pure build’ historic racing car, built specifically for historic racing by a low key but well-known car builder. With an impressive set of entries to its name and a fresh race engine, it is on the button and ready to go.
Jaguar XJR-12, chassis number J12-C-190, can stake a claim to being the iconic Big Cat. One of only three new build XJR-12s, 190 raced at Le Mans in 1990 when Jaguar Racing took the second of its two wins in three years and was the fastest Jaguar in qualifying that year, as well playing the role of camera car.
In 1990, a racing version of the 964 was launched for the new Porsche Carrera Cup series as the Carrera Cup model, initially based on the rear-wheel drive Carrera 2 model before inheriting developments from the revised RS edition two years later.