One of the most iconic Jaguar models sought by enthusiasts, yet finding a good example is rare as hens’ teeth. VOY 111S has never suffered the neglect that most other Coupes have in their past, something we can verify having handled the sale of this car exclusively for the past 30 years. It came to us originally with around 32,000 miles in 1992, being one the straightest, low mileage examples to be found. Following a repaint through ourselves due to faded panels, the car became the centre-piece on our stand at the 1993 NEC Classic Motor Show where we were awarded ‘Best Dealer’ by Top Gear. Having sold the car in 1993, it achieved First Place Concours in 1995, and again in 1997, it went to a local doctor spending the next decade driven periodically between homes in Windsor and Spain before being dry stored from around 2006 to 2014 when we reacquired it directly from the doctor who was retiring to Spain. Then subject to extensive replacement of perishables etc through ourselves, a devout JEC enthusiast bought the car for shows and weekend use. We sold it again in 4 years ago to an established customer who has now traded it back with us for a modern Jaguar. With just 64,000 miles covered since new, this Coupe is an exceptionally sound and genuine survivor which is presented in near pristine order. Finished in one of the most attractive and timeless period combinations of Squadron Blue and Navy Hide with the super-desirable chrome pressed wheels, this car turns heads wherever it goes.

1977 Jaguar XJ6 4.2 Coupe – 64,000 Miles – Sold