|Left Hand Drive|
|Exc. Original||Dark Blue|
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Record Creation: Entered on 21 August 2018.
Originality: Noted for being in "original condition"
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2018-08-21 10:29:26 | pauls writes:
Ebay item 8/21/18
Current bid: $4,000 reserve not met
3 bids 6 days left in auction, seller mikepat028, 86k miles.
1995 Jaguar XJS V12 Convertible 6.0 liter V12 4 speed auto trans.
This example only had two previous owners. The last owner was an 80 + year old man and has owned the car since 1997 with 7,300 miles. The car was registered in Minnesota but spent most of its years in Indian Wells Ca. always kept in an air condition garage.
CarFax is clean showing the two previous owners.
86,000 pampered easy miles.
Original books and extra keys.
Original paint, which is in very good condition free of rust including undercarriage.
Fitted with new Pirelli tires all around
This car has been well maintained by its two previous owners and reflects such care.
This vehicle has undergone A/C service and blows ice-cold air and new power steering hoses and service. Brakes were check to be lightly worn.
The vehicle is completely original, reflects all correct numbers.
Navy blue top in perfect condition over the glowing light pearl blue body color is a real head turner. The boot looks excellent as well. There are a few minor rock chips at front of hood.
The engine runs great and drives smooth as silk. The transmission shifts smoothly with no slips and fluid smells sweet. Engine oil is fresh and is clean as if the car was new. Oil must have been changed very frequently to be this clean considering the miles on the car.
The interior leather seats look excellent for a 23-year-old convertible. The wood is excellent.
Never winter driven always garage stored.
It is believed, and many agree, that these were one of the finest series that Jaguar ever made.