OVERALL LENGTH 14' 5"
OVERALL HEIGHT 4' 2" (to top of screen)
OVERALL WIDTH 5' 7"
WHEELBASE 8' 6"
TRACK FRONT 4'10"
TRACK REAR 4'10" 1 /2"
GROSS WEIGHT 22cwt
ENGINE TOC 4235cc
Ind. wishbone, anti-roll bar coil/over dampers Ind. wishbone, radius arms, twin coil/over dampers
Rack and pinion
Donor Parts required
JAGUAR / DAIMLER SALOON: Series I, II, III - XJ6 or XJ12
The parts that could be obtained from the donors, for a standard Aristocat build include:
Front axle complete -including front hubs, discs & callipers
Wheels and tyres (VR Rated) including spare wheel-securing screw from boot
Steering column with switches and ignition, plus wheel (collapsible for testing)
Steering link for exchange and modifications
Engine and auxiliaries: starter, alternator, distributor, water pump, fan, power steering pump, inlet ~
manifold & carburettors / Fuel injection
Exhaust: Front two thirds
Gearbox: manual or automatic (either can be swapped over)
Pedal set (not from an XJS)
Master cylinders, servo and fluid reservoirs
Wiper motor and rack, plus wheel boxes & windscreen washer kit (depends on screen choice)
All wiring loom and relays and connectors (labelled as taken out)
Dashboard with instruments
Propshaft (for exchange and mods.)
Rear radius arm mounting points -for exchange
Rear axle complete with all brakes
Door locks, catches, mechanisms & handles where applicable
Front seats with runners
Handbrake -under dash type
Head lamps (some models) Side repeater lights if fitted
Interior: centre console & possibly arm rests if required
Rear seat leather to match front for trimming & rear passenger grab handles
Fuel pump plus filter & filler cap and keys (to be recessed in shell as original)
Aluminium bottom door kick plates
Radiused interior mouldings (i.e. top dash/bottom dash etc.)
Various sundry items: clips, clamps, seals, trims, fasteners, chrome pieces, etc.
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