1975 Jaguar XJ6C with Chevy BB

Price: - Item location: Monroe, Washington, United States
  • Condition: Used
  • Make: Jaguar
  • Model: XJ
  • SubModel: 2DR COUPE
  • Type: Coupe
  • Trim: STANDARD
  • Year: 1975
  • Mileage: 100,000
  • VIN: UF2J51229BW
  • Color: Burgundy
  • Engine size: CHEVY 502 BB
  • Number of cylinders: 8
  • Fuel: Gasoline
  • Transmission: Automatic
  • Interior color: Tan
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1975 Jaguar XJ 2DR COUPE

: Rare 1975 Jaguar XJ6C, streetrod project, ZERO miles on chev. 502 big block {414hp/513ftlb torque merc marine HD crate engine}, Full NEW MSD ignition system, NEW HD high output alternator, ZERO miles on built T400 auto trans, Jag posi rear diff with 3:22 ratio {out of an XKE with approx. 40K miles on it}, ZERO miles on xj40 style front and rear suspension components, NEW "Stainless Steel Brake Corp." brake master cylinder, ZERO miles on rebuilt calipers front and rear, all NEW rubber brake lines, NEW adjustable Koni shocks all 4 corners, NEW custom TRI-Y headers, full NEW stainless steel exhaust with custom built stainless steel flowmaster style main muffler and 2 Edelbrock SX stainless steel turbo muffler rear resonators. "John's Cars" install kit for big block chev., NEW 4 core chev. radiator & shroud, NEW HD clutch fan, NEW mini hi-torque starter, NEW HD trans torque convertor, NEW custom 1 piece driveshaft with NEW DANA PowerBrute u-joints, All NEW motor mounts and chassis mounts, ALL suspension parts and front suspension carrier and rear suspension carrier are powder coated black, both rear drive axle shafts powder coated black with NEW DANA Power Brute u-joints, NEW custom stainless steel center mounted 40 gallon fuel cell in trunk with full internal baffeling {can be filled from either side of car using stock filler caps} with NEW sending unit, Euro rear bumper, Euro front bumper, N.O.S. Euro front lower valance, N.O.S. Euro front turn signals, SUPER-SUPER RARE N.O.S. HARVEY BAILY ENGINEERING front & rear racing anti-sway bars! Straight from the Jaguar racing stables from the late seventies. These are the only ones in the US on a XJ platform! ABSOLUTELY UN-OBTAINIUM STUFF RIGHT THERE! There is a lot more to share with any potential buyer via documents/receipts/things I've forgoten etc.etc. I have over 22K in receipts not counting the original purchase of the car. To replicate the engine and trans alone would be well over 10k today. Car was 100% put together for the purpose of test fitting of all components, then fired up and run back-n-forth in a parking lot to ensure that everything was functional. My intention was to then completely dissasemble the car for a full paint and interior job, but that has not transpired. The car has been in my heated garage waiting for this disassembly/paint/interior stage ever since the testing stage was completed. The car was last fired up in November of 2015, when it was again started, run up to temp., rolled back-n-forth in gear. This is NOT a ready to drive down the road car, it is still in the teething stage, as any major transformation project would be at this juncture. At a bare minimum what it needs to safely drive down the road is a full brake bleed, minor leaks addressed, full 4 wheel alignment, new tires {badly uv cracked sidewalls & very old}, wiring details as I wired in all of the MSD while at the exhaust shop, so I never shortened up the wiring loom and it is WAY too long and just coiled up in the engine bay. So...basically a trailer is needed to take it home with you, and a lengthy once{twice} over of all systems is needed to ensure everything is working to your satisfaction.