I bought this car because I've always loved the graceful beauty of the exotic XJs and I still love this car as much today as I did the day I bought it.
It is a 1981 Jaguar XJ6 Series III 4.2L and no matter where I go in this car people stop to admire or ask questions about it.
Sadly, I had to sell Topkat....
My truck was produce for one yr in 1998 from Ford. This truck celabrates the 50th anniversary of NASCAR and the F150.
Jaguar 4.2L DOHC straight 6
Ford made only 3,000 of these trucks in 98 and made half of them with autos and the other half with manual transmissions.
Luxury has been bred into the Jaguar. In fact, its luxury is so complete that there are no factory options. Everything is standard, from the supple leather and hand matched walnut panels to the power sunroof, windows and door locks, cruise control, stereo, self regulating climate control, independent suspension, and more.
IT came with NASCAR embroided on the headrest and also had floor mats with the NASCAR logo on them, also came with ROUSH exhaust tips
Original and staying that way :)
There's just something about the sleek lines of an 80s Jaguar that stand the test of time and automotive design, and Topkat remains defiantly true to her heritage, graceful, and utterly distinctive.
K&N intake system,3/4 lowering kit,hard tonnuea cover with a custom NASCAR style spoiler,GOODYEAR NASCAR Eagle #1 tires that are on some Keystone "Daytona" wheels, Ligthning front sway bar.
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