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1986 Jaguar

XJ6 Sedan

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Body Color
Engine Size
4.2 Liter DOHC Inline 6
Transmission Type
3 Speed Automatic

1986 Jaguar XJ6 Sedan

1986 Jaguar XJ6 Sedan

A 21-year-old with an eye for business – William Lyons – joined forces with motorcycle sidecar specialist William Walmsley in 1922 to form the Swift Sidecar & Coach Building Co based in Blackpool, England. Five years later they expanded into cars, producing bodies for the Austin Seven two-seater, followed by a sedan version in 1928 – the same year the company moved to what would become a famous home in Coventry. Its first proper cars were the 1931 SS1 and SS2 – low-bodied, long-bonneted models – and the company changed its name to SS Cars in 1934. An open-seater variant called the SS1 Tourer was the first taste of motorsport, competing in the 1933 Alpine Trial.

For consignment, a Jaguar XJ6 with a shorter wheelbase and 6-cylinder engine. This luxury sedan has had some recent services completed as well as including a custom fit car cover and all of its manuals. Bathed in beautiful grayish-blue, this luxury cruiser was for those who could not afford the upcoming V-12 version but wanted the prestige of owning a Jaguar. A leather appointed interior with some burl to boot, and a 4.2 Liter 6 cylinder, you can still arrive in style, just play it up a bit!

Very straight panels adorn the exterior of this car with only a few dings and scratches. They are covered in Steel Blue paint which is a respray from 2003 of the original LEC code and is also in very good condition. From its long front swept “bonnet” which is flanked by aerodynamic fenders with dual round headlights on either side, and a centered grille, to its “boot” aerodynamics were always in mind. Plenty of shiny chrome and brite work adorn this car at the bumpers, grille, drip moldings and window surrounds. Even chrome tipped dual exhaust pipes are seen peeking out from under the shiny rear bumper. Brilliant!

Pop open the doors and you are met with a nice combination of patina wood, straight flat design, and classy very slightly worn with time gray leather buckets up front. The center console houses the power window switches and a petite “T” shift lever reminiscent of the '60's. Also noted are plenty of toggles, and wheeled controls for temperature, fan speeds and air ducting along with a cracked and patinaed wood insert. A couch-like bench seat with 2 distinct seating areas is seen stretching across the spacious back passenger compartment. The headliner is nice and tight, and carpeting to match seats is in good condition. A shout out to the burl dash which is just beautifully preserved with just a few faults. Bob's your uncle!

A 4.2 Liter DOHC inline 6 sits comfortably in the nicely presenting engine bay. It is fed a fuel and air mixture Lucas/Bosch L Jetronic EFI. Attached to the back of this engine is a BW-66 3-speed automatic transmission that shifts smoothly. The rear axle shows in 2.88 gear configuration. We note a new alternator has been installed along with a new radiator, water pump, thermostat, belts, vacuum hoses and our consignor states the car has had a recent tune up.

Clean, rust free, and sturdy, and covered in an undercoat, no signs of any invasive rust here. Power disc brakes for all 4 corners, as well as independent coil springs all around and a single exhaust system that splits into duals for the tailpipes.

Popping in it fired right up and on the test track it performed well. On our drive all functions were working just swimmingly save for the power antenna which stays in the up position and having the sunroof open brought in just the right amount of early spring sunshine and sun warmed air.

A taste of luxury and Jaguar power, this classic saloon starts quickly, shifts smoothly, and puts on a nice showing. Steel Blue with nice chrome. The interior has creature comforts, and a nicely preserved wood dash panel with plenty of gauges and toggle switches. Early British luxury with a very smooth ride.

SAJ-Jaguar, England
V-Manual Belts
1-4 Door Sedan
3-4.2L Inline 6
4-Automatic LHD
7-Check Digit
C-Brown's Lane Assy Plant
459787-Sequential Unit Number

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This vehicle is located in our showroom in Morgantown, Pennsylvania, conveniently located just 1-hour west of Philadelphia on the I-76 Pennsylvania Turnpike. The website is www.classicautomall.com and our phone number is (888) 227-0914. Please contact us anytime for more information or to come see the vehicle in person.