Although a very successful model the XJ range required another variant to boost sales so Jaguar showed off the pretty pillarless Coupe at the 1973 London motor show but in true 1970s UK car manufacturing style the car wasn’t really ready for production for another two years and the Global fuel crisis also was poor timing for any new thirsty car to be launched.
So the Coupe was only produced for four years but was still seen as one of the best looking Coupes of the 1970s.
This lovely Squadron blue Daimler with biscuit leather is very rare with only 1600 being produced and probably only a few hundred still in existence today.
She was restored over several years finally completed around 15 years ago and still presents well today.
There is a good history file inc Heritage certificate and a photographic record of the restoration, original handbooks etc.
On the road the XJ series belies their age and drive so well it’s easy to remember that in their day they were one of the most sought after cars.
A good opportunity for investment with the cost of restoring a poor example being prohibitively expensive /uneconomical.
Supplied fully inspected, serviced with 12 months comprehensive warranty.