1996 JAGUAR XJS FOUR PASSENGER CONVERTIBLE LAST YEAR FOR THIS CLASSIC BODY STYLE! SPECTACULAR CONDITION ONLY 62,900 CAREFULLY DRIVEN MILES! ALL OPTIONS, INCLUDING: POWER MEMORY SEATS CLIMATE CONTROL AIR CONDITIONING
1996 JAGUAR XJS FOUR PASSENGER CONVERTIBLE
Finished in classic and desired Spirit Drift White with beautiful light tan leather interior and matching convertible top. This incredible motorcar has been beautifully maintained and comes with nearly every conceivable option, including: climate control air conditioning, power memory seats with lumbar support, CD player, cruise control, heated mirrors, power windows, power locks, rear defrost, and power convertible top. We are proud to offer this investment grade Jaguar to the most particular collector, investor, or enthusiast who demands the best. Bid with confidenceyou will not be disappointed in this truly magnificent Jaguar convertible! HISTORY OF THE JAGUAR XJS: With its smooth V12 power, good looks, luxurious appointments and 150-plus mph top-speed potential, Jaguars all-new XJS debuted in 1976 as the long awaited successor to the legendary E-Type, which was discontinued after 1974. Dramatically different, the XJS was the first Jaguar styled without the personal oversight of company founder Sir William Lyons. Major design cues included a wider stance, quad headlights within oval housings, a rectangular grille and a flowing flying buttress roofline. Produced for 20 years through 1996, the XJS was more than a worthy successor to the E-Type, and today, it remains the longest-running model in Jaguars illustrious and storied history. While the XJS was not raced as extensively as its predecessor, it was raced very successfully nonetheless, most notably by Bob Tullius Group 44 Racing in America, as well as by Tom Walkinshaw, who won the European Touring Car Championship in 1984. A cabriolet variant was produced in association with famed American coachbuilders Hess & Eisenhardt in 1987 and 1988, and the response was so positive that Jaguar produced the cabriolet in-house from 1989 though 1996. In April 1994 substantial revisions were made to the 4 litre AJ6 engine which became the 4.0 litre AJ16 with coil on plug ignition being amongst the most noticeable of the changes. In 1995, the final specification changes were made and the car was referred to as the Celebration model to celebrate the 60th year of the Jaguar company. Celebration cars are easily identifiable by the diamond turned wheels, Jaguar embossed seats and distinctive wooden steering wheel. These latest cars are the most desirable of all the later XJSs, especially the convertibles.
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This car qualifies for a
5 year / 100,000 additional Miles Powertrain Warranty!