JAGUAR XJC (1976) CHASSIS N°: 2J52546DN, ENGINE: INLINE 6, DOHC, DISPLACEMENT: 4235 CM3, POWER: 170 CV, LEFT HAND DRIVE. Jaguar Cars has been able to build a real myth with its motor cars which managed to have sporting performance and luxury finish. Perhaps their most successful model was the XJ saloon, launched in 1968 and developed until the end of the 1980s. This model, based on the fabulous six-in-line and later the V12, was once considered the best car in the world and surely Sir William Lyons’ masterpiece. With the Second Series launched in 1973, the XJ range received a very elegant two door version. In that period, on both sides of the Atlantic, big saloons with just two doors and a sportier line were very successful. The XJC we have for sale has the simpler 4,2 litre six cylinder and a manual gearbox: the perfect combination for European touring. The car is in good condition and has recently been worked on to perfect its mechanicals, and it’s now the bodywork and interior turn to receive some good care. This vehicle is in excellent mechanical condition but for safety reasons, we advise the purchaser to have it checked over and to replace the fluids, filters and perishable elements.