Lowered price from €11.950 -> €9.950 The XJ line has had a long history, with the first model released in 1968. The original model was the last Jaguar saloon to have had the input of Sir William Lyons, the company's founder. Commonly referred to as the "Series II", the XJ line was facelifted in autumn 1973 for the 1974 model year. The 4.2 L I-6 XJ6 (most popular in the United Kingdom) and the 5.3 L V12 XJ12 were continued with an addition of a 3.4 L (3,442 cc or 210.0 cu in) version of the XK engine available from 1975. Visually, Series II cars are differentiated from their predecessors by raised front bumpers to meet US crash safety regulations, which necessitated a smaller grille, complemented by a discreet additional inlet directly below the bumper. The interior received a substantial update, including simplified heating and a/c systems to address criticisms of the complex and not very effective Series I system. Specifications >>>>> Oldtimerfarm is going to renovate! Due to renovations we are currently publishing less pictures per car on our website. For more pictures or more information please contact Xavier via phone: 0472/401338 or via e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Oldtimerfa
The XJ line has had a long history, with the first model released in 1968. The original model was the last Jaguar saloon to have had the input of Sir Williams Lyons, the company's founder, and the model has been featured in countless media and high profile appearances. Commonly referred to as the "Series II", the XJ line was facelifted in autumn 1973 for the 1974 model year. The 4.2 L I-6 XJ6 (most popular in the United Kingdom) and the 5.3 L V12 XJ12 were continued with an addition of a 3.4 L (3,442 cc or 210.0 cu in) version of the XK engine available from 1975. Visually, Series II cars are differentiated from their predecessors by raised front bumpers to meet US crash safety regulations, which necessitated a smaller grille, complemented by a discreet additional inlet directly below the bumper. The interior received a substantial update, including simplified heating and a/c systems to address criticisms of the complex and not very effective Series I system. >>>>> Oldtimerfarm is going to renovate! Due to renovations we are currently publishing less pictures per car on our website. For more pictures or more information please contact Xavier via phone: 0472/401338 or via e-mail: sa
HWB 685J was manufactured on the 15th December 1970 and left the factory in Light Blue with Dark Blue leather. This Series I 2.8 was ordered with manual transmission and overdrive and today is totally standard, in original specification with matching numbers. The Jaguar was distributed by Ernest W Hatfield Ltd, Sheffield and the car has been based in Yorkshire from new until we sold the car to its most recent owner in Leicester in 2015. The V5 records just four owners from new and the car has covered an ultra low mileage of 45,000 with documentation to support this. The Jaguar has come to us in beautiful original condition and from inspecting the car on one our ramps we can see the vehicle has had no welding work and is totally original underneath. This is incredibly rare to see, particularly on a car of this era that was prone to rust. From looking at the original underbody and general bodywork we can see this car has been garaged from new and we know from the history that the car has covered ultra low mileage over the years. The panels are particularly straight and the Light Blue paintwork is of a lovely standard. The chrome work is bright, the general presentation of the car is
Excellent Series 3 XJ6 Automatic in Blue Metallic with Cream interior. Only 33k miles covered with less than 6000 in the last 10 years (from MoT records). Superb to drive and ready to use for the Summer.
- 27,000 miles from new and just 2 previous keepers - Subject to extensive re-commissioning over the past 2 years - Re-trimmed interior including head lining, collection of invoices and MOT'd into March 2018 Vendor Condition Ratings: Bodywork: Excellent Engine: Very Good Electrical Equipment: Very Good Paintwork: Very Good Transmission: Very Good Interior Trim: Excellent
Satellite Navigation, Climate Control, Air Conditioning, Bluetooth, Full Leather, Cruise Control, Multi-function Steering Wheel, Parking Sensors, Stability Control, Traction Control, ABS, Curtain Airbags, Multiple Airbags, Electric Mirrors, Powered Folding Mirrors, Electric Windows, CD Player, Radio, Steering Wheel Audio Controls, Adjustable Steering Column, Height Adjustable Seat, Electric Seats, Memory Seats, Heated Seats, Head Restraints, Retractable Headrests, Lumbar Adjustment, Rear Armrest, Rear Headrests, Front Fog Lamps, Metallic Paintwork, Colour Coded Body, Alloy wheels, Service history Truly luxurious motoring - Stunning Jaguar limousine Looks - Rear blackout Screens - Rear window blind - Boot liner - Gentleman owner for last 7 years - To be sold with NEW MOT - Three year WARRANTY available.
This stunning Jaguar XJ6 has to be the finest example we have had the pleasure of owning. This wonderful motor car has only covered 32000 miles from new. Sony Broadcast Ltd in Hampshire bought the car brand new from Jaguar and for two years the car was used by one of the Company's Managing Directors. In 1993, Sony actually gave the car to the then widow of the former Managing Director as a gift. The vehicle had only covered around 15,000 miles and was only used briefly in 1984 before being dry stored for twelve years. In 1996 one of the owner's sons then put the car back on the road taking the mileage to 24,000 before the car finally sold in 2009. In 1996-1997 over £2000 was spent on re-commissioning which included the replacement of fuel tanks, fuel pump, fuel filter and new exhaust system and in 2008, the Jaguar was treated to some substantial brake work. We sold the Jaguar in 2011 to a local customer has covered 7000 miles in five years, taking the mileage over 32000. During his ownership around £1300 has been spent on maintenance and servicing. The Jaguar has been a delight to own and has essentially been faultless over the five years. On the road the Jaguar is just delightful
This low original mileage Series III sedan is equipped with air conditioning, power sunroof, power driver seat, power windows, power brakes, power steering, leather interior, cruise control and Sony AM/FM radio with cassette player. It has a V6 with automatic transmission and is finished in a Silver exterior with a dark blue leather interior. It has had been cared for by one Jaguar loving family since it was purchased new. This car was well taken care of, and it shows. All gauges, the radio, lights, horn and sunroof all work as they should. It comes with full instrumentation, as Jaguar is known for. The wheels, and tires are still in good shape, and it still carries its original exhaust system. The purchase of this beauty includes the matching spare tire, and jack. This is a great entry level Jaguar that allows you the comfort Jaguar is known for, with style and elegance, in an affordable model.
1978 XJ6 Vanden Plas 6 cylinder LWB saloon. Quite a rare car in 4.2 form, usually found as V12 cars. This particular has has been largely un-used for some time and will be sold with a new mot and ready to drive. Fabulous paintwork with only a slight blemish to the o/s scuttle.............no ominous noises or oil/water loss, excellent oil pressure and a manual choke conversion. The interior is exquisite in un marked coffee hide with overrugs in the front, the rear seating has seen hardly any use...........the carpets are in superb order. A fine motor car priced to sell and enjoy.
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 retains its original Pirelli P5s tires, and the factory floor mats and carpeted trunk floor have been covered since new; the car’s tool kit has never been removed, and is in as-new condition. 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.
Jaguar XJ6 Saloon 4.2 1972 Overdrive manual gearbox Since the introduction, the XJ was THE flagship of Jaguar. This very luxurious saloon is delivered in 1972 and provided with British Racing Green paint, beautiful chrome details and original wheels with chrome wheelcovers. The 4.235CC engine is in marvellous technical condition, actuate by the manual gearbox with overdrive. The entire interior is equiped with beige leather and aluminium accents and a gorgeous wooden dashboard. This Jaguar drives very good and many comfortable rides are guarenteed. Car has Holland title and Holland mot/tuv. Easy to register in every EU country. You do not need to pay any importtaxes. We can help with transport.
(SOLD) This Series I XJ6 sedan is extremely original, well preserved, and has limited ownership. The car shows lots of patina and is a great candidate for a high level restoration. Mechanically the car has been extremely well maintained with a recent service done with a Jaguar professional, new tires installed, and comes with receipts totaling over $4,000. There are beautiful lines and great features with the series I, which is very sought after by the Jaguar collectors. Features a British Leyland AM/FM radio, power steering, power windows, A/C, and power brakes. Here is your opportunity to buy a running and driving XJ6 and improve the car aesthetically to your liking as you wish.
(SOLD) It is very rare to ever find a car that looks like it did the day that it left the showroom floor. Here is your opportunity to own one of the finest original examples in the world today. This is a two owner Vanden Plas Series III Sedan with just over 8,000 original miles. All of the factory stickers are still under the bonnet in place, it smells new, it looks new and drives like new. This car was in a climate controlled garage for many years, and it recently has had a full service performed by Classic Showcase. This included changing all the fluids, installing new tires due to age, a new battery, servicing the fuel injection system, installing new shock bushings, installing new seals in the air conditioning system, new compressor, and charging the system with Freon. It blows ice cold today. This is truly a no excuse car, and it would be hard to ever find one better with this spectacular color combination. It also features a factory sunroof, alloy wheels and is fully loaded. It has all the original books, jack and both sets of keys. It recently scored 99.9 points in a Concours in Preservation Class. This example is for the collector that appreciates good patina and superb ori
(SOLD) It is very rare to ever find a car that looks like it did the day that it left the showroom floor. Here is your opportunity to own one of the finest original examples in the world today. This Vanden Plas Series III Sedan has just over 10,000 original miles. All of the factory stickers are still under the bonnet in place, it smells new, it looks new and drives like new. It has never been in an accident, and has been in a dry storage for many years. It recently came out of storage and had a full service performed as well as having the head rebuilt, major tune-up, and the transmission serviced. This included changing all the fluids and a new battery. It recently passed California smog so it is ready to go to its new home. This is a no excuse car, and it would be hard to ever find one that is a truly a time capsule in such an elegant color combination. This Vanden Plas features a factory power sunroof, power windows, cruise control, alloy wheels and is fully loaded including the original Jaguar sound system. It is still wearing its original tires, which is good for collecting and showing. For driving, it would require a new set of tires. It has the original jack and both sets of
(SOLD) This Series I XJ6 sedan is a lovely, very original California car that has been well preserved, has always been garage kept, and has had limited ownership. It was owned by the same owner from 1973 up until the last few years when the last owner purchased it. It still retains its California blue license plate and is in its original color combination of Fawn and Biscuit. The car shows lots of patina and is a great candidate for a high level restoration, or to drive and enjoy as is. The interior is all original, save the headliner which was replaced, and the rear seats are in great condition as they have likely never been sat in. Mechanically the car has been extremely well maintained, with the following recent work being performed: new ball joints, rotors and calipers installed; the bumpers were rechromed, the windshield gaskets were replaced, a new Pertronix Ignition was installed, new 7 Inch headlights added, new fuel pumps (Both tanks work), new tires installed, and the A/C was updated to a Sanden compressor. There are beautiful lines and great features with the series I, which is very sought after by the Jaguar collectors. It features its correct Philips AM/FM push button
This well preserved and very stylish XJ6L is a Southern California car since new, and has spent it's entire life in the Western region of the United States. It has benefited from a strong maintenance history, and has received a full service and detailing by Jaguar specialists at Classic Showcase.
This exceptionally preserved and stylish XJ6C is an original California car with single long term ownership. With only 44,784 original miles driven since new , the car has been very well maintained throughout the course of its life, and has been preserved in storage since 1998. The team at Classic Showcase has woken the car up after long term storage, making it road-ready by performing the following services: a comprehensive servicing to the cooling and fuel systems, including the changing of all fluids including oil, transmission, differential, and brake fluids; a new brake switch in reservoir bottle, replacement of fuel pumps and sending units, hot tanking, epoxy sealing the inside, and painting the outside of the tank in its original color, along with new fuel lines and filters. The carburetors and chokes have been rebuilt and setup as well. We have also added a new battery and fresh set of tires, new hoses throughout, new steering rack boots, front brake pads, turned the rotors, front sway bar bushings, down link bushings, and engine mounts. The interior has been completely freshened up, and includes a new headliner, front carpets, and new foam added to the Sedan’s seats. It is
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