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Jaguar XJ Series

By Graham Robson

ISBN: 9781852236892
PUBLISHED: November 1992
PAGES: 192
BINDING: Hardback
SIZE: 258 x 195 mm
INSIDE: 123 colour, 31 black & white photographs, 7 line drawings.

Jaguars carrying the XJ badge have now been on sale for over thirty years. Designed in the 1960s as the most beautiful, most refined and most capable saloon car the company could produce, the original XJ6 also became the best-selling Jaguar of all time. The success story continues to this day.

This detailed survey of the XJ families covers 25 years, three different types of engine and the three different body styles utilised in this period, which have been blended into executive saloons, sporting coupes and luxurious convertibles. The book also recalls the events, politics and personalities of this turbulent period and takes an overview of the styles and behaviour of the cars, as well as looking at what the world's experts think of them.

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