- Timing chains, guides, tensioners etc changed prior to vendor's acquisition - Recent brake / suspension fettling plus oil change and new plugs - Recent trouble-free trip to Scotland and MOT'd into June 2016 Further info: Recognising that the boxy lines of the XJ40 could do with a facelift, Jaguar allowed designer Geoff Lawson to adopt a somewhat retro path for the X300 Series XJ6. This line was revised for the last time in 1997, at which point new, Bridgend-built V8 engines replaced the six-cylinder ones - enter the XJ8. They were available in 3.2, 4.0 normally aspirated and 4.0-litre supercharged form, the outputs of which ranged from 240bhp to 370bhp. Most other aspects of the handsome big Saloon were also an improvement on those of its predecessor - the ride in particular won many plaudits. 'W767 VCA' is a right-hand drive automatic transmission 3.2-litre XJ8 that's finished in Platinum Silver and trimmed in Beige hide. Having received new timing chains, guides, tensioners prior to the vendor's acquisition we are also informed a new automatic gearbox was fitted at c.62,000 miles as shown in the history file. More recently the oil and filter have been changed, new plugs fitted,
2000 jaguar xj8 silver rhd supercharge v8 british
The Motor House, Lyncastle Road
Warrington, WA4 4SN, Cheshire
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