1984 Jaguar XJ6 - Restored, Cloth Interior, Custom Features and Extra Parts.

Price: - Item location: Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, United States
  • Condition: Used
  • Make: Jaguar
  • Model: XJ6
  • Type: Sedan
  • Year: 1984
  • Mileage: 119,640
  • VIN: SAJAV1340EC388056
  • Color: White
  • Engine size: 4.2 Litre
  • Number of cylinders: 6
  • Power options: Air Conditioning, Cruise Control, Power Locks, Power Windows, Power Seats
  • Fuel: Gasoline
  • Transmission: Automatic
  • Drive type: RWD
  • Interior color: Gray Cloth
  • Drive side: Left-hand drive
  • Options: Sunroof
  • Vehicle Title: Clear
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1984 Jaguar XJ6

1984 Jaguar XJ6 - Restored, Cloth Interior, Custom Features and Extra Parts.

I purchased this Jaguar 5/1992 for $7995.00 with 92,865 miles. I drove the Jag for the next two years and in the spring of 1994 with 103,958 miles I decided to re-paint the car. This simple re-paint lead to a complete bare metal, blow apart TOTAL RESTORATION including everything mechanical.

Paint: PPG Urethane factory white, body striped to bare metal.

Rebuilt engine: New pistons, rings, bearings, oil pump, chains, etc.

Rebuilt Engine Head: New vales, springs,exhaust keeper kit, etc.

Rebuilt Trans. (purchased: New trans mount, U-joints.

Rebuilt Rear: (cage removed): New bearings, seals, U-joints, shocks, etc.

Rebuilt Outside Hubs: New bearings, seals, U-joints,etc.

Rebuilt Front Suspension: New springs, ball joints, rubber bushings, wheel bearings,shocks,etc.

Rebuilt Steering Rack: New hoses, bushings, tie rod ends, etc.

Rebuilt Brakes (all calipers): New master cylinder, pads, etc.

Rebuilt Cooling System: Radiation cleaned, New - heater core, hoses, thermostats, etc.

Rebuilt Air Compressor: New hoses, condenser, R-12 freon, hoses, etc.

Rebuilt Exhaust: New SS front and rear catalytic converters and tips.

All new door and window seals (windows move slow), widows tinted, etc.

New Bumpers, gas caps, headlight rings.

New NOS dash pad.

New HI-Toque starter.

New fuel tanks and gages (5 years ago).

Custom Touches (Back Then):

Factory take off XJS wheels re-painted to one color.

Red Leather interior re-done: to high grade gray cloth, dark rugs, gray headliner,

Custom Mustang leather rapped wheel and Jaguar badging.

Interior lighting are modified to fit Jag came from 1986 Olds.

Rear Window defogger was added to package shelf from a 1972 Chevy Chevelle.

Third Brake light was added from a 1999 VW Jetta.

Wood Dash was stripped and re-surfaced with Automotive urethane clear. Wood also added to door panels.

Custom made Ski Slope with cup holders and extra switches.

7” flat glass Hella headlights with Day-time Running lights.

Outside Factory fresh air vents.

Passenger power seat

Keep in mine this Jag was restored some 20 years ago and now has some 16,000 miles (119,640 mi. as of 7/2017) on that restoration. The car does show some minimal ware. The paint still looks like new although there is a small blister on drivers door corner and at both rocker panel joints, minimal paint chips on wheel splash areas. Interior looks like the day it was done.


“Lucas” reared its ugly head.

The Jag has developed a fuel tank issue.

When switching the tanks to the right tank the left tank will empty it’s content into the right tank causing a gas overflow out the cap.

I have replaced the two wheelhouse fuel valves, switching fuel valve in trunk ($160.00), fuel pump ($75.00), fuel filter ($27.00), fuel pressure regulator ($76.00) on engine, removed and cleaned air fuel valve in trunk, and a installed a new dash switch $(20.00). New fuel tanks and gages were installed 5 years ago. I cannot figure it out. Everything has been replaced with new parts in the fuel system. Unfortunately in the process I got some gas on rear bumper and screwed up the paint.

I also installed a new battery at this point.

The car can be driven normally using only one tank with no issues. Everything works as it should. Cold AC, Windows do move slow since new track seals were installed.

The 15” XJS tires have great tread but should be replaced due to age and some dry rot. I was going to use the 16” XJ6 I have listed. At this point the new owner should decide what he or she wants to use.

I am selling this Jaguar “as is” - "where it is" with all the parts I have accumulated over the years including 6-16” Take Off Alloy wheels from a 1997 XJ6.

I have many NOS parts along with good used parts. Some things are new exhaust pipes and mufflers (non SS), NOS window lifts,gaskets, switches, filters, distributor, points, wires, repair manuals,wiring diagrams, etc.

Buyer is responsible for a $500.00 non-refundable deposit at time of auction ending. Full payment at time of pick-up. Pick-up with-in 7 days after ending unless prior arrangments are agreed upon.

If you are REALLY interested Please e-mail me at whybe50@msn.com. with any questions, and or additional pictures.