|Right Hand Drive|
|15 July 1985|
|4 July 1985||United Kingdom|
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Record Creation: Entered on 12 August 2021.
Some data provided courtesy: International Cabriolet Register
Note on color: CEA 310;
Note on registration: London SW;
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2021-08-12 08:13:07 | pauls writes:
Car at auction 8/21
1985 Jaguar XJ-SC 3.6 M/OD
Estimate: £7,500 - 9,500
MoT Jul 2022
Chassis number: SAJJNCC7CC125144
When the Jaguar XJ‑S was launched in 1975, there was no convertible version because it was believed, erroneously, that open‑top cars were going to be outlawed by American safety legislation. When it became clear that there still was a future for al fresco motoring in the marque's biggest marketplace, Jaguar introduced the XJ‑SC during 1983. This wasn't a full convertible, but rather a Targa‑roofed variant with a removable soft‑top at the rear. It lasted until 1988 when it was replaced by a full convertible model. Thus, the XJ‑SC is quite a rare XJ‑S variant now.
This Claret six‑cylinder example, with 3590cc AJ6 engine and manual gearbox, has had nine previous keepers, and is MoT'd until July 2022. The V5 is present in the history file, which also comes with a large stack of service and maintenance bills stretching back to the late 1980s, MoTs dating back to 1988 ‑ thus confirming the recorded mileage of 96,844 ‑ and a 2006 copy of Jaguar Enthusiast magazine. The original Jaguar document folder is also included, containing the electrical data chart, list of dealerships, Jaguar guarantee, owner's handbooks, service booklet stamped up to 86,492 miles in 2002 and even a customer care questionnaire for the supplying Julians of Reading dealership. There are spare keys as well.
Overall condition of this XJ‑SC is very good, albeit with a few marks on the nearside rear wheel arch. Both the cabin wood and beige leather are holding up well, and the hood is in good order.