Restored Jaguar XJ6 1984

In the process of working, the staff constantly communicated with the client and attracted to the restoration of the designer Wayne Burgess. As a result, the restored XJ6 received special bumpers, body painting, modernized optics, door handles, thresholds and much more.

The Jaguar XJ6 sedan was rebuilt by specialists of the Jaguar division commissioned by the drummer of the metal band Iron Maiden Nico McBrane. For the restoration of the machine, they took about 3,500 hours.

The classic sedan was completed with extended wheel arches, in which multi-spoke 18-inch wheels with tires Pirelli P Zero. The suspension of the car was modernized – rear appeared adjustable shock absorbers. The interior was also changed. The interior trim is dominated by red leather. In the process of restoration, the British improved the noise insulation of the cabin and increased the comfort of the seats.

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