1976 Jaguar XJ6 C 4.2 Automatic. - Matching numbers, LHD USA car. NOVA declared. Heritage certificate supplied
This Series 2 XJ6-C 4.2 Automatic was selected by a marque expert as a matching numbers car as the basis for a light restoration due to the lack of any significant body rusting.
The Jaguar was delivered new to its owner in Columbus , Georgia USA on 3rd May 1976. Original passport to service and other documentation is supplied with the car.
The following information is supported by the heritage certificate.
Chassis number UG2J52078BW XJ6 S2 4.2l
Date of manufacture 03/12/75
Engine: 8L 27723 L
Body: 5J 4001
Gearbox: 025 15245
Colour: Dark Blue
Distributor: B L Jacksonville
Date of despatch: 03/03/76
Jaguar's pillarless XJ6 Coupe is perennially admired for its notably graceful lines. Sadly, many have been lost to corrosion over the years, which is the Achilles heel of the model. This matching numbers left hand drive export example was, however, specifically selected by a marque expert as the basis of a light restoration project, due to its evident lack of any significant rusting. A 1976 automatic export model, it was delivered new to its first owner in Columbus, Georgia, USA on May 3, 1976, courtesy of the local distributor, B L Jacksonville. Now registering a total of 72,505 miles, the Jaguar is NOVA declared and being offered complete with heritage certificate, its original passport to service, and other items of documentation. Its Dark Blue bodywork is complemented by a Black Everflex roof and White-walled tyres, while the interior is trimmed in contrasting Beige leather. A car well worthy of ongoing improvement. Running and driving around our yard. Absolutely any inspection welcome. All major debit cards accepted. Delivery and shipping can be arranged. Please call us for more details. the details below.
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