This was mentioned as for sale on my main Jag thread, but the for sale bit is buried and it's not so obvious that the car is indeed for sale, hence I'm doing a separate thread here for clarity.
So what we have here is a 1995 Jaguar XJR6 4.0 Supercharged, which I named ELA when I ended up with two of these magnificent things by accident, so names were assigned to each. The colour is flamenco red and the interior cream leather with the all important black wood trim. 110 500 miles. MOT till 21/12/2019. New front brake discs and pads, new rear subframe bushes (big job), welding to O/S and N/S inner sill/floor, which was done properly by a pro. Lots of service history (lots of stamps and huge pile of receipts), not written off or anything like that (I have done a car history check) full book pack, two keys, original Jag mats (genuine Jag shag pile lambswool rugs optional if you are feeling crazy!), at least one working remote fob. The wheels have been refurbished at some point and they have had the diamond cutting redone, not just someone painting them. They look brilliant. Runs really well, links to videos below. Consumes fuel like a burning oil-rig, but that is quite normal. Expect 18-20 Mpg. Performance is ballistic, 326 bhp 512 N⋅m torque. It will bite if you provoke it so you have to be a little sensible especially on slippery roundabouts. Has a working CD multi-changer, electric seats, and functioning electric folding mirrors, which is a nice novelty.
Downsides are the usual clock having faded segments, pinned headlining, one front wing is going around the bottom edge (replacement in correct colour available). Overall it's very solid (I have had a very good poke underneath and the MOT in December was thorough) but rough around the edges. The odd dent here, the odd spot of lacquer peel (not much, a few small coin size pieces), Priced exactly in the middle of the market, much better than the broken ones at around £2000, but much cheaper than the white backdrop brigade.
The price is £2800 to shitter, on the open market you will see it at £3000.
This is not to be confused at all with the very similar looking V8 XJR X308. The XJR6 (X306) is a much more old school, thumping, wide-shouldered character, produced in small numbers, which to me at least has it's own charm. The V8 is smoother and easier to handle. The supercharged 6 takes more driving and the tech behind it is somewhat more simplistic and durable in many ways. It's a 4 speed auto (GM 400 series) and the engine is basically the 4.0 AJ16 with a Eaton M90 blower plonked on the side for a laugh. As a package the car is rather brilliant. Smooth, lovely to sit in, very fast, people like you for having one. I'm cheered up every time I drive it and not many cars do that. It is the original blower Jag. Drivetrian wise these things are very, very hardy and will last with basic servicing. I'm not starting a debate on whether one is better than the other. I think it is fair to say one may appeal more to some than the other, but the main point is that they are different.
Location, spitting distance of York.
Link to original thread here so you can get to know ELA a bit better: