I stand corrected on the car being a two door Coupe. The T in the UH2T
means it is a long version of the XJ6 4 door saloon
and this as well
At any rate, the UT means it is a 1977.
ALL of the US XJ6 motorcars that were manufactured for the US market had 4.2
liter motors. Here is an Identification page from SNG Barrett.
As I work with older Jags and I am not familiar with the newer chassis
numbers, I was thrown by the chassis configuration. But what these pages
confirm is that you are driving a 1977 (confirmed by the UH), Jaguar XJ6L
Series II long saloon (2T), Left Hand Drive with a 4.2 liter XK engine. I
believe it should have Zenith Stromberg Carbs.
"boat73" <email@example.com> wrote in message
> Great, thabks. To your knowledgr is this information documented