Lot 186: Jaguar XJS 3.6 Coupe
In 1984 Jaguar would introduced its first new, 6 cylinder engine since 1948. The AJ6 engine was a 3.6 litre dohc unit of alloy construction, was lighter that the XK engine and gave more power per cc. The first car to receive this engine was the XJS and it was available in both manual and automatic form. In 1986 the engine was used in the new XJ6 but it had been well proven in the XJS for two years.
Offered here is a lovely original example of a very early AJ6 engined XJS 3.6. The car spent the bulk of it's life in the south of England and is described as being rust free. Fitted matching Pirelli tyres all round, new steering rack, expensive stack CD system, owner has had rear parking sensors fitted, extensive service history, and is said to drive superbly.
Finished in Sebring red the car is offered with a long Tax and MOT.
Annual Jaguar Heritage + Sports and Prestige Cars|
Barons, Sandown Park Exhibition Complex- Surrey Hall
|Hammer Price (inc premium)||£1700|
|Registration number||G364 MEP|
|Engine capacity (cc)|
|Engine - cylinders|
|Number of doors||2|