1972 Jaguar XJ6 4.2
The first-generation Jaguar XJ was a ground-breaker in terms of mechanical refinement and ride quality. It looked good too and was far cheaper that its rivals. This later Series I 4.2 is just as elegant as when it was new, and while it lacks early history, is thought to have appeared at classic shows in Northern Ireland. In many ways more refined than a same-era Rolls-Royce Silver Shadow, it’s easier on the wallet and betterlooking too.