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1977 Jaguar XJC

JamesEdition B.V.

1977 Jaguar XJC
JamesEdition B.V.
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SH ID

23-0515001

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Sold

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The Netherlands

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Description

Engine 6 Cylinder

 

Gearbox Automatic

 

Drive Lhd

 

Drive train Rwd

 

Fuel type Petrol

 

Power 182 hp (136 kw)

 

Condition Used

 

Color Silver

 

Interior color Black

Where the E-type stood for pace, the XK for grace, the XJ stood for space. A wonderfully spacious tourer packed with class, the Jaguar flagship where they loved to show off all their gadgets and new gizmos. The fastest four-seater in the world when the car first rolled off the assembly line. The car was rarely delivered as a coupe anyway, which now makes this a real collector’s item. Anyway, enough about investment and performance, let’s talk about what lasting impression this car leaves behind. After all, a Jaguar driver also knows that you have to drive this car with respect. That means spinning the sports hangover of yesteryear quietly, not roaring. It is sometimes said in the car world, the car looks like its owner. However, this tomcat also knows how to take the owner with her grandeur. Indeed, when you get in, you immediately get the feeling that you know about opera, wine, politics and poetry. Ours? Dutch delivered! A 6-cylinder which in terms of consumption and weight ratio feels a little more favorable than the 12-cylinder and can still insert well. Just completely serviced at Kroymans and fully matching. That’s a nice start, right?