1990 Jaguar XJ6 (XJ40) THE EXPORTER OF THE PRODUCTS
COVERED BY THIS DOCUMENT (CUSTOMS AUTHORIZATION NO: GB1334722 89 000, DECLARES
THAT, EXCEPT OTHERWISE, CLEARLY INDICATED, THAT THESE PRODUCTS ARE OF UK
In the same family since 1994 and showing 98,000 miles; 3.2 litre AJ6 engine; a lovely example driven 50 miles to the sale
Supplied new by Armitage Walker Ltd, Jaguar dealers of London in November 1990, this later model XJ40 generation of the XJ6 comes to us in appealing titanium grey and sits upon its original 15” steel wheels with Jaguar hubcaps and imperial tyres.
Under the bonnet, we find the 3.2-litre AJ6 24-valve straight-six petrol engine which developed 200bhp and 298NM of torque (replacing the old 2.9 litre engine from the earlier car) driving the rear wheels via four-speed ZF 4HP22 automatic transmission.
This example is a MY1990 face-lift example and as such features a more analogue dash than the earlier digital dash versions. Inside the typically comfortable and well-appointed cabin, we find beige leather/leatherette interior, walnut trim, on-board trip computer, electric windows, electric mirrors, original radio/cassette player, the heater controls (non-AC model) and electric sunroof.
The car has been in the same family ownership since 1994 and shows 98,277 miles, although its not seen much recent use and presents well with only some typical sag to the rear of the headlining common to most older Jaguars and some wear to the front centre arm-rest top. The car was driven to us from Welshpool, the vendor reporting it drives as well now as it always has through their 28-year ownership.
The history file includes the V5C recording three former owners (two previous being the father and grand father of the vendor in 1994 and 1996). In addition, we also find the service book revealing 13 stamps, the last in July 2002 at 88,709 miles by Jaguar main dealer Sudburys with accompanying vehicle maintenance sheet from that service.
The file also includes two old MOTs and the current MOT valid until June 2023 which recorded seven minor advisories for a tyre, minor play in all wheel bearings and two brake pipes corroded, covered in grease/other material.
We also find a couple of bills for works undertaken including a recent £1320 spend in April this year to include a replacement NS shocker, wax oil protection for the underside, repairs and minor cosmetic remediation to both sills and all four arches along with a repair to a hole in the floor.
Ready to be enjoyed, this is a smart example of the XJ40 series XJ6 in appealing order with useful recent spend, nice miles and low ownership on offer at No Reserve, so the highest bid takes it home.
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