- Described by vendor to be in good overall condition, runs and drives very well
- Previous keeper owned for seven years, acquired by current owner as part of the deceased estate
- MoT'd until July 2017
Always handsome, Jaguar's XJ-S seems to mature with age, like a fine wine. The Convertible version in particular oozes an understated elegance that was the hallmark of Jaguars for many years. This particular home market example is finished in the pleasing combination of Regency Red Metallic bodywork teamed with a Cream-coloured hide interior, and its odometer currently displays an unwarranted but perfectly feasible 71,646 miles. The vendor informs us that this colourful cat is 'in good overall condition and runs and drives very well'. He currently considers the bodywork, paintwork, interior trim, 12-cylinder engine and automatic gearbox to all be in 'very good' order. 'G43 LHD' comes complete with an MOT valid to July 24 next year but without any past items of history, as they were mislaid in a previous sale by a deceased estate. An apparently tidy, unmolested car that is now being offered at No Reserve.