1990 Jaguar XJS 3.6
Attractive 3.6 automatic coupe wearing a gloriously 80's bodykit in two-tone showing just 71,233 miles
Supplied new by Marshall Jaguar of Cambridge in April 1990, this striking example boasts the more frugal, proven 225bhp 3.6-litre straight-six engine mated here to 3-speed automatic transmission. Finished in two-tone black and grey with discreet red and grey coachlines the car wears an 'oh-so period' factory bodykit.
Showing just four owners from new, the car has been in our titled Lady's hands for the last couple of years covering less than 2,000 miles in this time. In fact, looking at the MOT history, the car looks to have seen limited usage over the past 15 years covering only c.3,000 miles since 2006. The car presents well, with only few signs of age with limited evidence of corrosion (as pictured) around the bottom of a couple wheel arches with the interior also presenting well with attractive tan leather interior piped grey with light walnut trim and optional trip computer fitted. The XJS shows just 27,704 miles, however a documented speedo change at 43,529 miles in August 1995 stamped in the service book by Marshall Jaguar of Kensington reveals the car to have covered c.71,233 miles.
Within the history file, we find the V5C and service book showing an impressive 13 stamps, the last at 21,808 miles in February 1999 with a further two stamps including aforementioned speedo change and supplying delaer stamp - all stamps are by Marshall Jaguar (12) and Evans Halshaw Jaguar (3). We have no further history for the car in more recent times bar the MOT history which includes the current MOT valid until October 2021 showing just two advisories for dampness in the power steering rack/pipes/hoses and corroded front springs.
Starting promptly as we moved it around for these shots the car sounded as it should and looks very much the part, we like it alot.
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Reg No: G353SEG
Chassis Number: SAJJNAEC3CA170908
Engine Number: 9DPAMA193415
Engine Size: 3590
Docs: V5C; service book with 13 stamps; MOT October 2021 with 2 advisories
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