Lot : Jaguar XJ6 3.2
From 1986, the new twin-cam 24-valve AJ6-Series engines replaced the redoubtable XK Series engines whilst the bodywork underwent revision, now looking crisper and more in keeping with current trends. The XJ40 series saloons emerged to replace the third series of the original XJ6. Introduced in 4-litre and 2.9-litre versions, replacing the 4.2 and 3.4 versions, the smaller variant was considered to be lacking by many and was ultimately replaced in 1990 by the much improved 3.2-litre unit giving 200bhp. Dating from 1993 and finished in black with grey interior trim, this XJ6 3.2 has the usual accoutrements of Jaguar niceties and is reported as being a very clean car throughout. It is supplied with a service book, with 15 services recorded, and an MOT certificate valid to August 2008 along with the V5C registration document. For many years the XJ 40 series was seemingly overlooked, but more recently we have noticed an upturn in interest for these latter-day classics, offering, as they do, champagne motoring for lemonade money.
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