While at first it may not be noticeable, all four fenders have been tastefully flared using steel moldings to neatly showcase the three-piece 16-inch BBS modular alloy wheels fitted with Dunlop 225/ZR50 tires. Chiungos minimally altered the Jag’s exterior to try and keep the stock appearance, turning his Coupe into a wolf in sheep’s clothing!
However, once the hood is popped the Jag’s true colors are exposed. The 4.5-liter DOHC Six-banger is blueprinted and fitted with a Series III big-valve head, WAD street-performance cams and valve train, 9.5-to-l forged aluminum pistons, free-flow stainless steel header exhaust system and a trio of Weber two-barrel carbs. If you also pop the trunk lid, you’ll see a pair of polished tanks for the NOS nitrous injection system! The MSD-fired Six is hooked up to a five-speed stick and a Jaguar rear fitted with a gear-type Detroit Locker with 3.78 gears.
Inside you’ll find a handcrafted leather interior, roll bar, Alpine stereo with a pair of 60-watt amps and a custom Nardi wood steering wheel.
Now that Chiungos has finished and sorted out his Jag, he’s contemplating moving on to his next project. That means the XJ6-C Q-Ship will probably be ready for a new owner. Anyone for an
XJ6-C Rocket Ship? Let me know.