It was Series III with its re-roofed (by Pininfarina) styling, which started being built to a much higher standard than previous Series I and II. So much so, that when the XJ6 went out of production in 1986 it was enjoying its strongest ever sales.
This series III is in highly presentabel condition and has had £5700 spent this year. she need some cosmetics but is mechanically very good and also solid.
This car has had significant mechanical work undertaken in February and May of this year (2019) by a Jaguar Specialist .
Work undertakent in February totalled £3500 and related to the top engine including head, head gasket new rings, new big end bearing shells and the RH tank unit.
Work undertaken totalled £2,230 and relates to mainly new brakes, calipers, pipes but also new leads, plugs new air intake bellows and centre exhaust boxes.
There was also £4670 spent on the car in 2002 including a bare metal respray chassis, sills, new corner panels, wheel arches, new front wing and valance
Originally part of a collection this car has spent a considerable amount if time in storage
The orginal service book and manual are present along with regular MOT’s and some other invoices
The stamped service book shows: There also a few other invoices