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1984 Jaguar XJ12

Make: Jaguar
Model: XJ6L V12
Type: Sedan
Trim: Leather
Year: 1984
Mileage: 82,896
VIN: SAJAV1342EC373610
Color: Burgundy (CLRT)
Engine: V12
Cylinders: 12
Fuel: Gasoline
Transmission: Automatic
Drive type: RWD
Interior color: Biscuit (Tan)
Drive side: Left-hand drive
Vehicle Title: Clear
Item location: Reva, Virginia, United States

1984 Jaguar XJ6L V12 Leather Additional Info:

******Update 1: I uploaded two videos of the Jaguar with the engine running: Just copy the link below and paste into your search window:
1. https://youtu.be/9yogp78fZZw
2. https://youtu.be/9RJ83p6K8-0

This 1984 Jaguar XJ6 was ordered directly from the Coventry, England Jaguar plant by the original owner who was working for our DOD and stationed in Britian. I have the original "Jaguar Cars Inc. Certificate of Origin" and "Jaguar Bill of Sale" dated 1/19/84 with the original owner's name and address in Britian. The car was later shipped to his home in the US and registered in the state of Mass. The original owner loved this Jaguar and never sold it, and he passed-on in 2016 at the age of 91. Years prior he had purchased a Jaguar V12 and appropriate computer electronics and suspension upgrades and had installed it in this Jaguar. His son informed me that the odometer mileage of about 83,000 is correct, but does not know the mileage when the V12 was installed.....so, the engine has far less mileage on it than the odometer shows.

Although the car was garage-kept all of its life, in later years the underside was not sprayed off regularly and the Mass road salt did some work on the rear portion of the passenger side rocker panel, and some rust in other places around the bottom of the car. There is a 3 inch rust-out hole in the rear valence below the drivers side exhaust chrome tip (this is below the rear bumper). There is also some surface rust under the passenger side headlight, but none on the driver's side headlight. I will post detailed pictures on PhotoBucket that shows the rust spots.

The V12 starts right up and sounds great. The transmission shifts in all the gears. However, the front and rear brake calipers are beginning to seize and will need repairing. There must be a main circuit breaker or fuse that is bad since all the dash gauges are not working. The tires have great tread, but are old and would need replacing.

The interior is in excellent shape and the tan leather looks great, along with the headliner. The trunk is in perfect condition, and even the red paint under the spare tire still looks new.

Title Issue: The owner's son could not locate the title, and thus one is not available. However, he gave me documents which should allow someone to obtain a new title.....I have the original "Death Certificate" of the owner and "Affidavit of Surviving Spouse" with her signature. I have a "Bill of Sale" from the family, and the last several Certificiate of Registration in Mass (last one expired in 2011), and prior tag number. The buyer of this Jaguar will need to deal with getting a title, or just use the car for parts. This is the reason the opening bid price is set at only $900.

Good luck bidding.

On Oct-06-18 at 08:53:11 PDT, seller added the following information:

*********Update 2: I finally was able to access PhotoBucket and upload over 100 pictures at their site. These extra pictures should help show the condition....more of the good, and others showing the rust spots. Here is the link to the photobucket picture folder:
Since it did not "turn blue in color", you cannot just click on the link. You will have to copy and paste this link into your browswer. Please email me if it does not work. Photobucket was having issues, but seems to be working fine now.
Also: 1. Note that I have a complete set of chrome Jaguar letters in excellent condition (shown in pictures on Photobucket). One says "Jaguar" for the left side of the trunk, and the other are the "XJL 12" for the right side of the trunk.
2. Note the Vehicle History Report that gives this car a high rating of 70.3. Included is the Green Jag. Folder with the Series III Handbook, Passport to Service, and Owners Manual.4. The drivers side tank was flushed out and 5 gallons of fresh non-ethanol with Marvel Mystery Oil and Stabil was added. The old gas came out clean without any sediment. However, passenger side had a very small leak, so after flushing with diesel, it is now empty.5. This is the original paint, as can be seen in all the pictures. Never any accidents.
I will be able to store the car a couple weeks if needed, and can be here to assist with loading.Thanks and good luck bidding.