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 SAJJNACC7CA139710 19 March 1987
 27 February 1987 United Kingdom
 1987 Silver Birch
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 Nice Driver 
United KingdomUnited Kingdom

United KingdomA9GJO

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Record Creation: Entered on 11 September 2020.

Some data provided courtesy: International Cabriolet Register


Heritage Notes

Note on color: MDJ 716;

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2020-09-11 07:40:25 | pauls writes:

Car to be at auction 9/20

www.barons-auctions.com/view-lot/3818/for-sale-at-barons-auctions-1987-jaguar-xj ...

Auction description:

1987 Jaguar XJS-C

Guide Price: £6,000 to £7,500

Manufacturer:  Jaguar

First Registered:  1987

Model:  XJS-C

Registration No:  A9 GJO

Mileometer:  71,000

Chassis No:  SAJJNACC7CA139710

MOT:  22 October 2020

Colour: Silver Birch

The vendor purchased this car a year ago, and it was bought from the nephew of its long-term owner of 25 years, whose initials are on the registration. The car comes with all of its Jaguar documentation, including service books and all MOTs from 1994 except for 2001. A Jaguar Service Manual is also included along with the tool kit.

The vendor states that the car drives nicely with no clunks, rattles or smoke; the suspension is smooth and last weekend it was taken to the XJS day at the British Motor Museum. The targa tops can be stowed in the case in the boot.

Prior to the vendor’s ownership, the rear sub frame was dropped to replace the callipers, discs and pads. It also had a new water pump and coolant flush. In the present ownership it’s had the manifold skimmed to cure a blow, new tyres and some professional welding to the n/s seat belt anchorage and the sills re-painted. The oil and filter have been changed along with the fuel filter.

The only issues at present is the handbrake has stopped working, and the driver's electric window needs attention. There are a couple of rust bubbles on the boot lid and one on driver's door.

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