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1985 Jaguar Xj6 Sedan, Sold With No Reserve on 2040-cars

Year:1985 Mileage:153117

Saint Helens, Oregon, United States

Saint Helens, Oregon, United States

You're looking at a 1985 Jaguar XJ6 sedan. This particular one is an automatic, white with black leather interior. It's been an Oregon car for most of its life, and it currently has 153k miles on the body and roughly 40k on the 4.2 I6 engine. It's my daily driver, so the mileage is increasing weekly. Selling as my new daily driver (a Rover P6) is finally roadworthy.

Condition-wise... it's in pretty good original condition The paint looks good with no peeling, the seats are in great condition, and the carpets/headliner/wood are perfect. It's in excellent daily driver condition; I wouldn't hesitate to drive it absolutely anywhere. I've completed several 500+ mile trips in it with no problems. However, in order to make it a show car, it does need a couple of things. Firsty, the windshield is cracked (see pic), the A/C doesn't work (compressor comes on, air doesn't blow cold), there's a 1" surface rust spot just below the windshield, and the passenger seat has a 1" rip in it.The paint is also quite stone chipped on the front valance.

In the last few months, it's had both front and rear brakes, new wires/plugs and lifetime K&N air filter, fluids change about 500 miles ago incl cooling system flush / new thermostat, and a new battery (the old one was from 1996!). The previous owner told me the engine had been replaced with a rebuilt unit at roughly 110k miles; the gearbox is the original BW66 unit. It starts, runs, drives, and stops just fine. The transmission shifts smoothly through the gears, the car starts first time every time and has good oil pressure both hot and cold. Uprated KYB shocks and newer bushings all round. Custom straight-through exhaust system. Currently running without the air pump hooked up, though parts for this can be included if required.

Electrically.. the lights, cruise control, heater, power windows, power door locks, power sunroof, and all the fun fuel tank switchover stuff work perfectly. It's currently got a Sony CD/MP3 stereo head unit fitted, along with 5.25" Focal component speakers in the doors and rear deck, and an Infinity Reference amp mounted under the passenger seat.

Usual stuff.. please ask any and all questions before bidding, deposit expected within 48hrs of auction end, full payment within seven days, and car must be picked up from zip code 97051. I'm more than happy to assist with storage and/or shipping if you need it.

Thanks for reading!

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