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 radio,
left-hand-drive 1971 jaguar xj6 saloon blue air-con power-steering restored sat-nav warranty british xj
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