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1991 Jaguar Xjs Convertible Classic Collection 53600 Miles British Racing Green on 2040-cars

US $30,000.00
Year:1991 Mileage:53600
Location:

Brooklyn, Michigan, United States

Brooklyn, Michigan, United States

I'm selling my 1991 JAGUAR XJS CONVERTIBLE CLASSIC COLLECTION, BRITISH RACING GREEN, WITH 53600. I am the 2nd owner of this beautiful specimen of class. I have been her owner since 2001. This is not an easy decision, but I just don't drive it enough to justify keeping her. I had a body on restoration performed in 2007-2008. I also had everything updated mechanically that it needed while she was with them. All the work was done at Muncie Imports & Classics. The interior is still original. The headliner needs to be replaced. After the restoration, I was driving her and a deer ran into the passenger front fender. I took it back to Muncie Imports to repair. I have all paperwork for restoration. This car has never seen ice or snow....always garage kept and covered. I believe Classic Collection was a very limited production, maybe as low as 100. May 1991, the new body style went into production for 1992. 

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