1977 Jaguar XJ6C Sports Coupe

Stock: J77-539
Current condition: SHOW-DRIVER
Performance: 257.5 cui., 4.2 L., 6 cylinders, 162 hp
Transmission: GM 700R4 Automatic Transmission
Suspension: Independent, coil springs
Color exterior: Old English White
Color interior: Biscuit
Features: Air Conditioning, Dual Remote Mirrors, Rear Fender Antannae, Power Windows, Power Steering, Power Door Locks, 2 Gas Tanks
Optional equipment: AM/FM/8-Track in-dash Stereo
Mileage: 62,663 showing
Wheels: Chrome Steel Wheels with hubcaps
Tires: White Wall P215-70R15
Brakes: Power Brakes
Vin #: UH2J53539BW
Engine #: 8L19872-L

(SOLD) This 1977 XJ6C Sports Coupe is a very original car and a solid example that has been very well maintained and regularly serviced. This particular example features the rare Pillar-less Window post design, and while sporty, the car has more than enough room to accommodate up to 5 adults comfortably. The Sports Coupe is in an attractive color combination of Old English White over a Biscuit interior with a vinyl roof that is unique to this model, as it came from the factory. The Coupe comes with a Jaguar AM-FM-8 track cassette stereo, full instrumentation, and a number of luxury/comfort options including power steering, power windows, power brakes, and factory air-conditioning. The Coupe features a spacious trunk that is perfect for storage, and a streamlined body to accommodate it's rare and unique 2-door Pillar-less window post design. We have scheduled a full service and detail to the XJ6C to be ready just in time for the summer driving s Classic Showcase and the car includes the original Owner's Manual, Jack, and spare tire. The XJ series models - particularly the Pillar-less Window post varieties - have seen a big resurgence in popularity with collectors and enthusiasts alike, so don't miss your chance to acquire a solid example of a classic Jaguar design!

We recently have performed the following to the XJ6C:

• Wet sanded and buffed the exterior
• Rebuilt the steering rack.
• High pressure cleaned, detailed, and painted the undercarriage.
• Cleaned, prepped, painted, and polished the jams, rockers, door edges, the bonnet edges, under the front valence, the rear section under the rear bumper, and the side panels where the gas tanks are.
• Re-chromed the front and rear bumper and some misc. chrome to the car.
• Replaced the front grill badge emblem.
• Replaced the tail light lenses.
• Detailed the engine.
• Installed all new belts.
• Fixed the fuel sending units.
• Serviced the air conditioning and replaced components so the system blows cold.
• Sorted out all the electrical.
• Shampooed the carpets.
• Tidied up the upholstery.
• Oil change.
• Oil filter and lube.
• Plus the other things we do automatically because we are passionate about making cars nice!


Sir John William hailed the XJ series as 'The finest Jaguar ever.' The 'XJ' designation had been used during the vehicle’s development as its codename. When the vehicle was introduced, the codename persisted. When introduced it was powered by a six-cylinder engine that came in either 2.8- or 4.2-liter displacement. In 1972 a 5.3-liter V12 unit was introduced It brought mild aesthetic improvements over the prior years. One of the more visual indications of a Series II from a Series I was the smaller front grille. A 3.4-liter engine became available in 1975. A 9,378-car run of two-door XJ coupés with a pillarless hardtop body called the XJ-C was built between 1975 and 1978. The car was launched at the London Motor Show in October 1973. The coupé was based on the short-wheelbase version of the XJ. The coupé's elongated doors were made out of a lengthened standard XJ front door. Both six and twelve-cylinder models were offered, 6,505 of the former and 1,873 of the latter. All coupes came with a vinyl roof as standard. The taut surfaces and tightly drawn curves of the short-wheelbase Series 2 four-door translated perfectly with two fewer portals, and the glassy greenhouse of the coupe, backed by thicker C-pillars and the falling curve of the trunk lid, emphasized this car's driven rear wheels in a way that was both sporting and elegant.