1975 Jaguar XJ6 Coupe Vehicle Profile

1975 Jaguar XJ6 photograph

1975 Jaguar XJ6 photograph

1975 Jaguar XJ6 photograph

1975 Jaguar XJ61975 Jaguar XJ61975 Jaguar XJ6
Coupe
Jaguar dates to 1922 when two motorcycle enthusiasts, Sir William Lyons and William Walmsley, founded the Swallow Sidecar Company. After World War II, they developed a reputation for dashing styling and high performance as a steady stream of sexy sports cars and purpose-built race cars rolled out of their British factory. In the early 1950s they added a series of elegant luxury saloons; the XJ joined this line in 1968. These cars were styled under the direction of Jaguar founder Sir William Lyons with engineering by William Heynes.

Series I was launched in September, 1968 and replaced most of Jaguar's existing sedans. Series 2 production began in 1973; Series 3 in 1992. Further refinements created the XJ40 in 1986; the X300 in 1994, the X308 in 1997, X358 in 2007 and the X351 that continues today.

An XJ redesign, AKA Series II, arrived in 1974 with a smaller grille and raised front bumpers now needed for United States crash safety rules. The makeover included an improved heating and air conditioning system.

The C-designation denotes that this XJ6 is one of only about 6,500 two-door coupes. Power arrives from a DOHC six-cylinder serving up 162 horsepower and boasting seven main bearings, solid lifters, and two Zenith-Stromberg carbs. A three-speed automatic gearbox rounds out the powertrain. It features a pillar-less hardtop that was first shown at the London Motor Show in October 1973.

This Regency Red beauty is a true preservation car in that it is completely original inside and out. This includes the leather carpet, headliner and dash pad. The owner also has all of the original paperwork, window sticker, and a 'Heritage Certificate' from the Jaguar Trust.

Even though it has only about 41,000 miles on the odometer, it is driven actively. The owner drove it from Columbus, Ohio, to Santa Fe, NM, and back in 2013.


No auction information available for this vehicle at this time.

1975 Jaguar XJ6 Auction Sales

Recent Sales

(Data based on Model Year 1975 sales)
1975 JAGUAR XJ6-L
Sold for USD$12,863
  2018 McCormick's - # 65
 
1975 Jaguar XJ6 Coupé
Chassis#: 2J.1314BW
Sold for USD$16,100
  2017 Silverstone - Salon Prive
 
1975 JAGUAR XJ-6C CUSTOM COUPE
Chassis#: UF2J51314
Sold for USD$14,300
  2014 Barrett-Jackson's 43RD Annual Scottsdale Auction
 
1975 Jaguar XJ6C 4.2-Litre Coupé
Chassis#: 2J1855BW
Sold for USD$14,365
  2009 Bonhams - Silverstone Classic
 
1975 JAGUAR XJ-6C CUSTOM COUPE
Sold for USD$20,900
  2007 Barrett-Jackson - Palm Beach 2007
 
1975 Jaguar XJ6C 4.2-Litre Coupe
Chassis#: 2J1419BW
Sold for USD$16,076
  2004 Bonhams - Important Collectors Motor Cars
 
1975 JAGUAR COUPE
Sold for USD$5,610
  2003 Barrett-Jackson - Scottsdale 2003
 

Vehicles That Failed To Sell

1975 Jaguar XJ6's that have appeared at auction but did not sell.
VehicleChassisEventHigh BidEst. LowEst. High
1975 Jaguar XJ6C 2012 Auctions America Auburn Fall$2,750  

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