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2013-07-14 18:42:39 | pauls writes:
Car to be at auction 7/13
Sale Date: 24th July 2013
Lot Number: 87
1988 Jaguar XJS 5.3 Convertible
Estimate: (£) 8,000 - 10,000
Reg Number: F221RYH
Chassis Number: SAJJNADW3DA155359
Engine Number: 85062994HA
Body Colour: Red
Trim Colour: Beige
MOT ExpiryDate: Aug 2013
'F221 RYH' is described as being in "good" condition with regard to its red bodywork, engine, electrical equipment, paintwork, gearbox and beige interior trim. Displaying an unwarranted 56,779 miles on the odometer and MoT'd until August, it is accompanied by "all old MOTs", "lots of service invoices" and "service book with 5 stamps".
2019-07-05 11:00:04 | pauls writes:
Car to return to auction 7/19
Lot No. 121
Registration Date 1988
Make & Model Jaguar XJ-S V12 Convertible
Registration Number F221 RYH
Chassis No. SAJJNADW3DA155359
Engine size5,343 cc
Engine No. 8S062994HA
Estimate No Reserve
F221 RYH comes with an MOT to 5th November 2019 and had no advisory notes when last tested. It had a new set of discs and pads for that test and a set of tyres for the test in 2017. The car has only done 199 miles since the last and 1,771 since it had the tyres, so you should be right for quite a while.
The file has 16 old MOTs and lots more invoices going back to 1991 and the service book shows 5 stamps.
In fact, the current owner spent over £5,000 putting the car in order during the six years of his ownership and you must admit it does look good (invoices on file). There is room for a little improvement – the upholstery would benefit from the application of some hide food for example and the handbrake is a bit sticky through lack of use - but nothing major as far as we know.
As V12 supercars go the XJ-S is probably the simplest to maintain, has a great reputation for reliability and even Halfords can supply the spares!