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2020-10-18 15:54:11 | pauls writes:

Car to be at auction 10/20
www.interencheres.com/vehicules/automobiles-de-collection-youngtimers-281086/lot ...

Auction description:
Lot n ° 7
Estimate: € 30,000 - 35,000
JAGUAR XJS Convertible
Chassis number: SAJJNADW4DB159014
Date of entry into service: 1989
Odometer reading: 66,000 km

The car
• The XJ-S convertible V12 that we present to you here was delivered new in April 1989. It comes in a beautiful dark blue livery, a color that can also be found on the leather of the seats and the dashboard. Of course, we find the wood so dear to the brand, even on the characteristic gear lever.
• Now credited with 65,860 kilometers on the odometer, which appears to be its original mileage, this Jaguar XJ-S convertible is presented in good overall condition.
• The body is in good condition, the leather interior has been restored (almost new) and the mechanics are in good working order as is the electric soft top which is also almost new.
• For more information and for the complete vehicle condition report, please refer to the vehicle sheet on www.carprecium.com

Rating: 85
A car in good condition, a model that is believed to be climbing the hill.

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