Series 2 Jaguars, XJ and XJC.

Although the sedan lasted from 1968 through 1992 in various series, the coupe was short-lived from from 1975 to 1977.

Apparently, there were sealing problems with the pillar less side glass, and wind noise.  Which is a shame, because all Jaguar had to do was consult GM (or Ford, or Chrysler, or even Daimler-Benz) to solve.

Despite the mandatory vinyl top, was really a well proportioned automobile.  Available as a Jaguar or a Daimler, with 4.2L DOHC straight six or SOHC V12.  The V12 Daimler version is the rarest with about 400 produced.

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