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SAJNA5847JC139227

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Record Creation: Entered on 10 May 2024.

 

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2017-05-13 10:57:17 | pauls writes:

Ebay item 5/13/17

www.ebay.com/itm/1988-Jaguar-XJS-/332216459918

Current bid US $1,325 reserve not met 3 bids 5 days left in auction, seller dalecrazydale, 86k miles, Granger, Indiana

Sellers description:

Remember you are getting two Jaguars.. not just one. Keep one in its original state and jazz up the other. I traded a 57 Chevy wagon for these (2) 1988 XJS V12 Jaguars. One is a coupe has had lots of work done to it any the other is a convertible. The coupe has new upholstery, headliner, window controls, rear suspension mounts, rotors, pads, plugs, wires, distributor caps, hood struts and refurbished front suspension. This one has the original 24V engine and ran fine when parked in his garage last fall. The Convertible has no engine or transmission in it but is included on a pallet with lots of Misc. parts. I have no idea if the it is any good or not. It also had a new convertible top installed which the previous owner said it cost him about $2K? From what I have been told a 350 GMC conversion could be done fairly reasonable it you didn't want to keep it in it's original state. Both units have clean titles and have been stored indoors for years and are rust free. [See SAJNV5848JC140049] for the other car.

2024-05-10 06:26:16 | pauls writes:

Car returns to ebay 5/10/24

www.ebay.com/itm/166754202621

Car has a buy it now price of $4,999 for 29 days, seller FatMans-Garage, 64k miles!... now said to be in Fort Wayne, Indiana

Seller's description:

Very clean, rust free Hess & Eisenhardt Jaguar XJS Convertible. Beautiful example of the Jaguars highly collectible first version of the XJS convertible. Less than 900 of these H&E convertibles were made.  Leather interior has some wear and the seats have some holes, but the rest is beautiful for its age. The top is in very good condition with one small repair and works very well. The original V12 has been replaced with a much more powerful and reliable 350 cubic inch small block Chevy engine, mated to a 700R4 overdrive transmission.  Custom dual exhaust, aluminum radiator with electric fans. 

Paint is in good shape but does have some clear pealing. 

Runs and drives very good, but the brakes feel a little hard and might need to be adjusted.

Will need rear window regulators. They go up manually but not by power.

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