Now for sale in our Atlanta Showroom is this 1972 Jaguar XJ-6. If you've always wanted a Jag, but didn't think you could afford one, now is your chance. This car maintains the unmistakable lines and luxury of the Jaguar brand. The 4.2 Liter inline 6-cylinder engine that propels this cat has plenty of torque to move you down the road quickly, smoothly, and quietly. The engine is a mated to a 3-speed automatic transmission and shifts out smoothly. A quick run down of the info provided, indicates this Jag has a new alternator, new shocks, new AC compressor/dryer and recently rebuilt carburetors. The 4.2 liter has also recently had tune-up including new points, plugs and the timing adjusted. Over the years of ownership, this XJ6 has been well maintained. This was professionally undercoated early in it life, so there are no signs of corrosion anywhere. The exterior paint is a color called Sable and is complimented by a nice tan interior. Inside, along with the leather, you'll find plenty of that British burlwood that adds a welcome touch of warmth and class to the interior. Options on this 1972 Jaguar XJ-6 for sale in our Atlanta showroom include; Air Conditioning, AM/FM Radio with Cassette, Leather Interior, Power Steering, Power Windows, Telescopic Steering column, and steel with hub caps shod with radial tires. For more information on this 1972 Jaguar XJ-6 for sale, please call the Atlanta showroom at (678) 894 - 4833, or email us at Atlanta@GatewayClassicCars.com. To see more of it, go to our website: www.GatewayClassicCars.com, where you'll see HD photos and an HD video of it in operation. Alternatively, if you want to see it in person, come to our Atlanta Showroom, located at 1870 McFarland Parkway, GA 30005
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