1972 jaguar xj6

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The XJ6 sedan was the last Jaguar designed by company founder William Lyons, and it was so good that while other sedans bit the dust, the car would stay in production for more than two decades. Introduced in late , it combined refinement, luxury, mph performance, and superb handling. The signature 4. The cars featured leather seats, walnut fascia, and sufficient gauges for a small plane. An estimated , XJ6s were sold in 18 years.

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Owner's View The photo of the finished engine bay is one of my favorites. It just shows so many things--how refreshed the engine bay has become. It gives you a hint of what it takes to put something like this together, when you're doing something where there's not much written about it. All the metal lines are new--constructed from original pieces and photos. The finishes are right, and it all connects correctly.

Lot 350 - 1972 Jaguar XJ6 Series I (4.2 litre)

It was produced across five basic platform generations debuting in , , , and with various updated derivatives of each. From it was Jaguar's flagship four door model. The original model was the last Jaguar saloon to have had the input of Sir William Lyons , the company's founder, and the model has been featured in countless media and high-profile appearances. The first-generation of the XJ was produced for a total period of 24 years, with two major facelifts in and The XJ6, using the 2.
Since it was first unveiled in , the design has evolved through five generations to the present day. The XJ6 Series II was only cosmetically different from the XJ6 Series I; the front bumpers were raised to a standard height and the radiator grill was much smaller, with horizontal bars. Early Series II's shared the same short Both 6 and 12 cylinder engine models were available. This XJ6 4.