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1995 Jaguar Xjs Cabriolet 6.0 V12 !!! 1 Owner !!! 67 Kmls !!! on 2040-cars

Year:1995 Mileage:67000

Neptune Beach, Florida, United States

Neptune Beach, Florida, United States

1995 Jaguar XJS V12 6.0 with 67.000 Miles and one owner !!!

1995 Jaguar XJS Cabriolet in blue metallic over Leather Tan. Actual mileage is 67.000 Miles

Up for auction a very rare car. 1995 was the last year of the XJS Cab with the V12 engine. Only a couple hundred units were built as a V12 although the production of the XJS 4.0 Liter Cabriolet was continued for another year. so you are going to bid on one of the rarest Jaguars ever.

The Car was stored the last 3 years and needs work to be safely driven...

Overall in good shape with some minor scratches and dings. Engine fires right up and idles smoothly. Once the engine is warmed up, the cold start program continues and the car starts to run rich. Besides that the car runs and drives fine. The transmission shifts smoothly through all gears. The power steering pump went out and need to be replaced. All Body panels are original end they all retain the Jaguar VIN Sticker. Never wrecked, never hit !!!

The Interior is in good shape, and the top canvas was recently replaced. top works without any issues.

I have all the books, including the maintenance booklet and the delivery certificate. This XJS is a true one owner car, but was never a garage queen. And again it will need attention, before you can safely drive it. If encourage your pre purchase inspection, but please before you put your bid in.

The car is sold as is where is, with no expressed or implied warranty !!!

I’m open for all serious and well considered offers… I have the clean title in hand. Export is ok.


Car is located in Los Angeles, CA (91406). I can arrange the domestic or worldwide shipping at buyers cost.


A $500 Deposit is due latest 24 hours after the winning Bid. Full payment is due at pick up or before shipping. No Checks, no money order and no paypal. Only bank wires, cash or cashier’s check.


You buy the car as is, where is. Shipping is not included. If you have questions, please ask before buying. If you plan to look at the car, please do this before you bid.

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Wed, 30 Oct 2013 09:28:00 EST

The 40th Jaguar E-Type ever built, a right-hand-drive 1961 model, hit the auction block and was bought by an anonymous British buyer for 88,000 pounds ($141,310), ITV reports. The Jaguar had been stored at the previous owner's estate, in dry storage, at a derelict farm in Le Mans, France since July 1974.
E-Type chassis No. 860040 was bought by the previous owner in 1969 and was originally gray. But it was driven home to France and painted it in its current aubergine in 1974, before it was put into storage. During that time it was considered missing by experts, but there it sat under a dust sheet car cover for most of its life, so the body is in good condition. The family mechanic said that the car was last started about five years ago, and the engine recently was turned over. Coys auction house describes the original interior, which is also preserved well, as a "time warp."
Chris Routledge of Coys before the auction said, "They're sort of a mythical beast for enthusiast, at the time they were all handmade on special order, so Jaguar collectors look at the first 100 cars in a different way," BBC News reports. He added, "We estimate it to be worth between 20,000 and 40,000 pounds (about $32,100 to $64,200) but our feedback from collectors and interest worldwide suggests it could sell for between 80,000 and 100,000 pounds (about $128,500 to $160,600)." Of course, his revised estimate was right on target.

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