April 17, 2021
Not sure just what’s going on here with this 1976 Jaguar XJ6L, but the badge lettering on the back has been rearranged to read XLJ6. A one-off? A production error? Or maybe a dyslexic collision shop employee? (see the correct placement below) At any rate, Jaguar told us that the XJ saloon was “An incomparable blend of design, performance, engineering and safety which has become the very hallmark of practical luxury.” I’m shocked that Jaguar omitted the Oxford comma there, Lol… (and in my mind it always comes out “JAG-u-are” after binge-watching too many British television shows). Saw this one a few years back right here in the City of Tonawanda, where it was almost visible from the penthouse offices of RealRides.
Jim Corbran, RRofWNY
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