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James Dean
03-22-2015, 10:47 PM
1974JaguarXJ6C, 250th RHD Built.Had $20,000 restoration 1991; stored inside since (https://www.panjo.com/buy/1974jaguarxj6c-250th-rhd-built-had-20-000-restoration-1991-stored-inside-since-189773)

250th Right Hand Drive Coupe Built. British Specifications (Note lovely non US front bumpers in photo) EPA and DOT exemptions. Imported as a 1974 in 1988 in name of 94 year old Woman who never drove it, by Graig Hinton, well known Jaguar specialist. Well documented with Heritage Trace, import documents, English registration, Florida title. 30 coats Regency Red Dupont lacquer. Paint has some chips from storage, but is easy to retouch; if you find a good painter over 60 years old...Lovely headliner, New Burl veneered dash, RHD pedalbox. (I fitted a manual clutch/brake pedal box, then removed the clutch pedal, which can easily be refitted.If you want to convert to LHD,I can include a US LHD dashboard that needs to be reveneered (Buy paperback veneer fromConstantines, Ft. Lauderdale; very easy to install).You would need a US LHD steering rack, which I do not have. Conversion is not difficult; but I recommend leaving RHD,because this an Historic caar. Seat leather matches paint. Had $20,000 restoration 1991,Found engine was bad so was removed. Being sold without engine. Add $1,000 for good engine, automatic transmission, SU carbs; $3000 more if you want it running and driving. Regarding Shipping; you may pick it up in Sebring Florida, or I can arrange shipping; but need your location.I am very good at shipping.If going overseas, I advise shipping in a Container;NOT RO RO. .Roll on Roll Off cars can be shipped from Georgia, but non running cars are pushed with a Forklift; if you want that, I would install a US steel rear bumper beam.Container shipping to Australia is around $4,000,depending on port; to Europe or England usually less than half that,depending on Seaport. Contact me for more photos and details.James Dean.. Shipping rate given is to MIAMI,FLORIDA, not to other locations; Not out of the US...
Note, I have moved from Ft.Lauderdale to Sebring, along with my Legendary Jaguar parts inventory, Those parts are available separately from this car. James Dean 954 524 7278, email jaguru@bellsouth.net

List Date: 3/23/2015

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On Sale For: $11,800.00

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03-23-2015, 11:50 AM
This is a really nice jag I have known Dean since he got married it probably can be shipped any where in the 48 states for about $2000.00.

James Dean
03-23-2015, 01:09 PM
When I posted thead, it must have assumedI was selling a part, and insisted on a shipping cost;so I posted $4,000, about the cost of a container to Australia.For a US buyer, coming to Sebring Florida with a car trailer makesmore sense. This week the town smells like orange blossoms.Thank you James Dean