XJSstuff  - specialist supplier of used XJS parts 1976-96


As a retirement occupation I specialised in XJS second-user Jaguar parts, grubbed and logged from good-quality cars.  XJSstuff had thousands of used spares, catalogued on computer by Jaguar part number.  However, terminal Ill health has caused the closure of the business, so, as a result of this, my superb Ronart W152 6.0 V12 is for sale

The documentation, project history and costs, wiring diagrams etc., are comprehensive. There are only about 100 W152s, and this is  probably the best in existence, in terms of quality and performance.

Following the Movies menu tab above will take you to two sets of picture galleries, plus two movies of the builds, totalling about 30 minutes.

The specification and key features are as follows -

Fully Carbon-bodied: (vacuum-prepared panels hand-crafted)

Distinctive Mitsubishi Red with longitudinal Mitsubishi metallic dark grey  stripe with light grey metallic pinstripe detailing

eMachines Windows laptop with Emerald software and V12 map installed


Late 6 litre Jaguar V12 engine (1996) fully rebuilt with new Jaguar high-impedance fuel Injectors and new Jaguar engine/injection harnesses


built with brand new Jaguar cylinder heads (two) and valve-gear

New engine management harnesses

Comprehensive wiring & build diagrams Adobe Illustrator source files & PDFs)


Website source files – HTML Adobe Dreamweaver

Jaguar speed control (fully wired with ECU but not commissioned)

Twin engine cover (red) with spare unit (black/ red stripes)


Getrag 265 5-Speed manual gearbox

new Clutch assembly, drive plates and cylinders


AP Racing brakes & calipers


Set of 4 rolling wheel jacks, to roll/rotate entire car


Fully adjustable pedal box, for driver’s comfort and braking bias.



professionally engine-turned alloy-on-marine ply dashboard


Comprehensive black Instrument set; 5” electronic speedo and tachometer with Ronart logos


Electric clock (battery);   mechanical stopwatch; exterior temperature gauge


Boxed gel battery with ventilation fan;


Passenger compartment heater fan (from engine compartment)


Electronic power cut off system -Armtech, switched on the dashboard and rear hump exterior


Trickle charger with Anderson connector under dashboard

Large capacity alloy radiator – Evans waterless coolant

Brantz dual Retrotrip meter / odometer for rallying and cross-country navigation tours

Peltor intercom system


Bell crash helmet fitted with Peltor intercom


Full Leather upholstery in black with additional red piping


Selection of leather helmets

Willans 4-point harness seatbelts



Special free-flow, enlarged diameter (2”) fully custom stainless-steel exhaust system (approx. 1k miles)



Set of   Turrino wheels 7J x 15” fitted withAvon Turbospeed 235/70 tyres (approx. 1k miles.): polished alloy rims; steel chrome hubs; stainless wire spokes


Further set of Realm alloy wheels, copies of  “D”-Type racing wheels  7J x 15” fitted withAvon Turbospeed 235/70 tyres (approx. 20k miles.); provided with sturdy rolling dolly for storage


Ronart V12 custom-engraved wire wheel 3-ear knock-off spinners., with heavy copper/fibre hammer.  XJS low-level scissor car jack. Spare inner tubes (2)

Fire extinguisher plumbed-in to inner and outer dashboard.



Brooklands aeroscreens

Full Tonneau; vinyl headrest with spare headrest in leather

RDC (Ronart Drivers’ Club enamel wall-plaque.




Complete bills and build history (printed)

Website source documents, images & movies on USB stick

RDC (Ronart Drivers’ Club wall plaque and monthly newsletter collection (complete).




Questions to Graham Hallett via the Contact Page tab above.

The car currently resides at Nutley Sports & Prestige Centre, near East Grinstead, in the care of Matthew Eade at 07867 513996 https://nutleysports.co.uk/about-us/

My Ronart W152 V12 6-litre carbon-fibre

This car is for sale




Ronart W152 V12 5.3 built by Graham Hallett 2004
Ronart W152 V12 5.3 built by Graham Hallett 2004
Ronart W152 V12 5.3 built by Graham Hallett 2004
Ronart W152 V12 5.3 built by Graham Hallett 2004