|Right Hand Drive|
|Nice Driver||Dark Blue|
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Record Creation: Entered on 26 May 2023.
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2023-05-26 09:50:52 | pauls writes:
Car to be at auction 5/23
May Jaguar and Classic Auction: 27 May 2023
1989 Jaguar XJS Convertible
Guide Price: £9,000 to £12,000
1989 Jaguar XJS Convertible
Registration No: XRT 296
Chassis No: SAJJNADW3DB160942
The 1989 Jaguar XJS Convertible is described by the vendor as a good example of the marque that runs and drives well. The car arrived for auction with no MoT and we therefore put it in and it only failed on the front brake callipers leaking and the horn not working. Other than that it was a pass, the cost of the repairs is £500.00 +VAT and if the purchaser requires this to be done we can arrange it before pickup of the car with the extra paid on top of purchase price. The book pack is with the car and includes 19 stamps and there is also a number of later invoices. The service and MoT history appear to confirm the mileage as 70,000 which includes a documented speedo change. The car is in good overall condition with a very nice interior.
2023-09-13 17:11:26 | pauls writes:
Car returned to auction 7/23
Windsorview Lakes July 22nd 2023
Lot Number 105
Registration XRT 296
Chassis Number SAJJNADW3DB160942
Engine Number 85067472SA
Odometer reading 19,569 miles
Result Sold - £7,112
This example is one of the most desirable with the 5.3 litre V12 engine and being a convertible which is presented in Arctic Blue; one of the very best XJS colours. The car has covered a total of 70,702 miles with a speedometer change in 1998 at 51,033 miles which is documented in the service book. The car presents well, wearing its 34 years with pride. Some pitting is showing on the rear chrome bumper, but a replacement is supplied with the car. The blue soft top presents well and fits tightly. Moving inside, the grey leather seats are presenting well with minimal wear. The service book shows no fewer than 19 stamps, all from Jaguar main dealers and specialists. The stamps are present up until 2000, at 66,000 miles, translating to the fact that the car has only covered around 4,000 miles since.
The Jaguar XJS has really come into its own over the past few years, with the best examples starting to set record prices, this particular example is being offered without reserve and will be an excellent modern classic for its next owner.