1972 Jaguar XJ6
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1972 Jaguar XJ6 in British Racing Green. The XJ was the flagship, full-size, luxury cruiser sold by Jaguar, with the first model released in 1968. The XJ6 was the last model to have input from Jaguar's founder, Sir William Lyons. This particular Jaguar XJ6 has has been professionally converted to a Ford 302 motor/engine and transmission, back in 1994. 65,298 miles.
Original Jaguar VIN #: 1L68421 / Converted VIN #: UC1L6842Z1BW
This beautifully contoured classic Jaguar sedan is British racing green in color and has a green leather interior that was replaced at an expense of $2200 for leather and $3300 additionally for installation back in the 90's -- still in really great condition ($5500 total spent on interior renovations).
This car is in great mechanical condition and can be driven extensively on weekends or even to commute to work periodically. Starts and runs great with all systems in very good working condition. Lots of power and acceleration with the Ford 302 V-8 engine under the hood.
Advantage of the conversion to Ford Engine and Ford automatic transmission is the ease and affordability for repairs should the need ever arise, or even tune-ups or oil changes. It can be taken to any mechanic.
Clear title, I have all records and log book since renovations started in 1994. Everything is functional -- all gages work, all mechanical systems work and it's a great driving car with no known problems or issues. Very little to no rust -- garage kept vehicle.
Why am I selling this gorgeous classic Jag? I am using this money towards a Tesla model 3 purchase. Going battery / semi-autonomous / all electric for my next vehicle.
Located in Capon Bridge, WV just outside of the Shenandoah Valley and Winchester, VA. Vince 703-328-1840 / firstname.lastname@example.org
Classic Car ID101075259
ConditionOverall great mechanical / working condition but could use a new paint job. Interior in very good condition... and all gages work and all mechanical systems work.
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