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2018-06-11 09:48:33 | pauls writes:
Ebay item 6/11/18
Car has a buy it now price of $12,900 for 9 days, seller peddie68, 47k miles.
Selling my 1987 Jaguar XJ6 Sovereign. It was a one owner car for 30 years. Original owner is my neighbour. Still have original bill of sale ($52 000 in 1987!) Never winter driven. Never driven in rain unless it was unexpected (Car was never a daily driver). Always in garage. No accidents. Clean title. Original perfect shiny paint. No rust. Exceptional condition. 76 000 kms, which is 47 200 miles. Black on black. Refinished kent wheels. It has the original larger outer headlights. Passed the NB safety inspection in May 2018. Works perfect. All headlights, turn signals, tail lights, horn, wipers work as intended. Glass is perfect, all windows go up and down. Power sunroof works, power door locks work, so does power antenna (although it does not fully extend). All gauges work (expect fuel gauge for passenger side tank). Radio works. AC is ice cold. Tires, suspension, brakes, exhaust, engine and transmission are fine. New front ball joints. All maintenance is up to date. Oil and filter change done in may 2018 along with safety inspection. Comes with high quality car cover. Car is 100% original.
-Gas gauge does not work when the passenger side tank is in use, but works with the driver's side tank. The switch between both tanks works perfectly.
-Headliner was repaired but not perfect (It used to sag, it was pulled and reattached). No stains or holes and does not sag. Ideally it would need to be replaced with a new board and material).
-Tiny (1/8 inch) crack in the plastic surrounding the gear selector.
-Small engine oil leak (not enough to add oil between oil changes, but always a quarter size oil spot on garage floor).
-Had a small transmission oil leak when I took car out of storage this spring but it has stopped (?).
2018-06-21 13:10:13 | pauls writes:
Car returns to ebay 6/21/18
Opening bid $9,900, no reserve, no bids 6 days left in auction, same seller
Previous auction received no bids.
2018-08-24 14:02:35 | pauls writes:
Car returns to ebay 8/24/18
Opening bid $9,900, no reserve, no bids 6 days left in auction, same seller.
2020-05-12 07:14:05 | pauls writes:
Car returns to ebay 5/12/20
Car has a buy it now price of $18,500 for 29 days, seller hqrd8064, 50k miles, car now said to be in Montebello, Canada, previously Bathurst, Canada.
This is possibly the only black-on-black 1987 Sovereign in North America The Sovereign featured select split burl walnut trim, Connolly leather, Wilton wool carpets, rear headrests and opera lights, sheepskin passenger rugs, 7 inch outboard headlamps, headlamp washers and wipers, and heated wiper fluid. This car also comes with the rare oem front and back mudflaps (uninstalled). It was purchased new from Elegante Motors in Montreal in May 1987 and driven by its original owner until March 2017. Already in wonderful condition when the seller purchased it he has since:
--Repaired minor rust in the front windscreen channel and replaced the windscreen and gasket
--Replaced AC (R 134) and associated components
--Replaced cracked ventilator fan
--Replaced brake master cylinder
--Replaced transmission with a recently rebuilt from an 86
--Replaced front valence and removed hidden rust on cross member
--Replaced both side mirrors
--Cleaned and reconditioned upholstery (no dye)
In addition to the above, the car has had transmission fluid, brake fluid, and coolant replaced in the past year as well as a recent oil change. It comes with all of its original documentation including a copy of the original sales contract.
Everything on this car works as it should except the cruise control (the electronics have been replaced it just needs a working actuator and cable). As an original condition car, the paint shows some faint scratches in the clearcoat as well as some stone chips around the headlamps and hood area.
This is a spectacular and well-sorted example, with no dents, dings, or rust of any kind excellent for someone who wants a low mileage daily driver with no surprises or a great candidate for someone interested in concourse competition.