1986 Jaguar XJ6 Series III 4.2 Sedan
|Performance:||4.2 Liter, 6 cylinder, fuel injection|
|Suspension:||Independent Front / Rear|
|Color exterior:||British Racing Green|
|Features:||Jaguar AM-FM-Casette Stereo System|
|Options:||A/C, Power Steering, Power Brakes, Power Windows, Power Door Locks|
|Tires:||Pirelli P5 Cinturato 215/70/15|
This exceptionally preserved British Racing Green over Biscuit XJ6 is a fine original example with low mileage, and a 1 owner / 1 family car showing as new inside and out. Purchased new in 1986 by an insurance executive and avid car collector, the XJ6 was stored in a climate-controlled garage and driven sparingly. The 4.2-liter 6-cylinder has been used gently, runs strong, and is matched with a 4-speed automatic transmission. The sedan’s Connolly leather hides still exude a rich aroma, while the complimenting seats appear free of any wear and look just like new; the sedan features a new set of Dunlop tires, and the factory floor mats and carpeted trunk floor have been covered since new; the XJ6’s original coat of paint is vibrant and shows no rust, body work, dings or dents. In recent years, the headliner was replaced by master trimmers and the car was regularly serviced, keeping it current and hassle-free. This sedan will make a great choice for the Jaguar collector looking for a truly original XJ6 example, worthy of your favorite drive, or as a formidable Concours contender. The car comes complete with a Jack and Bag.
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In late 1979 the XJ was face lifted again, and was known as the "Series III."Using the long-wheelbase version of the car, the XJ6 incorporated a subtle redesign by Pininfarina. Externally, the most obvious changes over the SII were the thicker and more incorporated rubber bumpers with decorative chrome only on the top edge, flush door handles for increased safety, a one-piece front door glass without a separate 1/4 light, a grille with only vertical vanes, reverse lights moved from the boot plinth to the larger rear light clusters and a revised roofline with shallower glass area. There were three engine variants, including the 5.3L V12, the 4.2L straight 6 and 3.4L straight 6. The larger 6-cylinder, and V12 models incorporated Bosch fuel injection (made under license by Lucas) while the smaller 6-cylinder was carbureted. The smaller 3.4L 6-cylinder engine was not offered in the U.S. The short-wheelbase saloon and coupé had been dropped during the final years of the Series II XJ. The introduction of the Series III model also saw the option of a sunroof and cruise control for the first time on an XJ model.