Jaguar/Daimler Sovereign XJC 4.2 coupé
Very solid good running condition car.
Fully documented maintenance and repairs.
Original UK registration plates UPP151R imported to Norway on 2007 kept in good hands who enjoyed and preserved the car with documented records over 11,200.00£ from September 2007 to date only in Norway, most of them from authorized Jaguar workshop Techno Classic AS
We kept UK MOT test certificates from 1992 to 2006 when importation to Norway.
The XJC is a rare two-door version of the XJ6 four door saloon. It was the last Jaguar to be designed by Sir William Lyons. In 1969, Sir William took a reject 2.8 litre RHD XJ6 body shell and fashioned it into the XJC. It was tried with both 4.2 and 5.3 engines with both versions becoming known as XJ33 or XJ34, depending on which engine was on board at the time. The XJC was first shown to the public in September and October of 1973 at the London, Paris and Frankfurt Motor Shows. It was announced that both 4.2 litre (6 cylinder) and 5.3 litre (12 cylinder) versions would be available for the 1974 model year.
The XJC we have for sale here is a 1977 car, on a Daimler Sovereign version which were produced only 1473 units.
Finished in Topaz with beige leather this particular vehicle is in outstanding condition. With a huge amount of paperwork this 2 previous keeper from new car is really worth your interest. 15 Jaguar.....
1975 Damiler Sovereign 3.4 LWB Automatic
The last vehicle Terry Thomas owned
Giving the vehicle to his niece in 1984, who owned it until 2013
Full written Documentation
It was stored inside throughout.....