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2023-01-24 22:36:08 | pauls writes:
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JAGUAR XJS SHOOTING BREAK V12
It was in February 1975 that the last jaguar E left the Coventry factory and, shortly after, Sir William Lyons presented the XJS, fitted with the big 5.3-litre V12 engine, which had proven itself on the type E series III. The car reached 230 km/h.
This example had its saloon bodywork replaced by an “Eventer” type shooting wagon, in the manner of Lynx, Jaguar's usual preparer established near London, but this one having been carried out in 1990 by the Ateliers Réunis, in France. near Paris. The quality of the transformation work is irreproachable. Their cost amounted to some 185,000 fr, including its new redone leather upholstery.
At 145,000 km, in 2012, the whole thing underwent a total restoration (bare body, new engine and gearbox).
Since it was delivered to its current owner in 2013, it has seen little use and the car has barely covered more than 3000 km.
Comparable to the Aston Martin station wagon in terms of its performance and comfort, it can be said that this is the must-have shooting station wagon, for the speeds it reaches and the driving pleasure it provides thanks to the soft growl of its 12 cylinders at 5000 rpm.
French gray card
Serial number: SAJJNAEW4BC130058
Entry into service of the donor coupé before transformation: 04/17/1986
Engine: 12-cylinder V
Displacement: 5343 cm3
Maximum power: 295 hp at 5500 rpm
Gearbox: 3-speed General Motors automatic + MA
Drive to the left
Wheels: TWR type light alloy
Bodywork: hunting station wagon
Produced by the “Ateliers Réunis” in Ecquevilly in 1990
2 doors and tailgate
Color Midnight Blue
Beige leather seats and trim.