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No Reserve: 1993 Jaguar XJS Convertible 5-Speed

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No Reserve: 1993 Jaguar XJS Convertible 5-Speed

Winning Bid: $11,000 (USD) by: HotRodRon

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Chassis/VIN:

SAJNW4782PC187968

Location:

Combine, Texas

Odometer:

69,681 (Mi)

Lot Number:

12433316

Engine:

4.0L I6

Seller:

Private Party

Transmission:

Manual

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Winning Bid: $11,000 (USD) by: HotRodRon

Auction Type:  No Reserve

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Chassis/VIN:

SAJNW4782PC187968

Location:

Combine, Texas

Odometer:

69,681 (Mi)

Lot Number:

12433316

Engine:

4.0L I6

Seller:

Private Party

Transmission:

Manual

Carfax:

TITLE/VIN CHECK  

Confirmed

 

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Vehicle Story

This 1993 Jaguar XJS was in a private convertible collection in Dallas for several years where it was serviced by a private mechanic before it was acquired by the seller. Power comes from a 4.0-liter inline-6 paired with a 5-speed manual transmission. As one of only 200 cars with a factory 5 Speed, this rare Jaguar benefits from new tires, new battery, convertible top, hydraulics, and automatic climate control with cold AC. This XJS, finished in Oyster Metallic Doeskin over a tan leather interior, driven less than 1,000 miles during ownership, and is offered with a CARFAX report, and a clear Texas title.

This 1993 Jaguar XJS convertible features the facelifted body style first introduced in 1991. The body is finished in Oyster Metallic Doeskin with chrome accents, black rubber bumpers, a retractable brown roof and rear windows. The convertible top and hydraulics were replaced two years ago per seller. The seller reports the paint is exceptional with no dings in the body or wheels. 

Factory 15” aluminum wheels with Jaguar insignia on the center caps are wrapped in Milestar Streetsteel 235/60/R15 tires that were purchased two months ago and have less than 200 miles on them.

The interior is trimmed in its original tan leather with color-matching door panels, and center armrest. The dash and leather-wrapped Jaguar steering wheel offer contrasting dark finishes with gloss walnut trim that extends to the console and door cards. Amenities include power front bucket seats, automatic climate control, cruise control, and power windows. Seller notes the radio is currently not working.

Instrumentation is set within a woodgrain bezel and includes a 160-mph speedometer and 7k-rpm tachometer, along with accompanying gauges for fuel level, oil pressure, coolant temperature, and voltage. The digital odometer reads 69,681 miles, which are original to the vehicle.

The car is powered by a 4.0-liter inline-six which was factory rated at 221 horsepower and 240 lb-ft of torque. Power is transferred to the rear wheels via a 5-speed manual transmission. Service records are available from the current owner’s time with the car, a service book from the previous owner, and the last service included a new battery.

CARFAX notes an accident report 11/23/05. Additional photos can be found in the Photo Carousel. 

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Comments & Questions

October 11, 2021
03:28 PM
Seller

Thinking of flying in and driving this Jag home. No problem she eats up the highway like all XJS’s do. I can pick you up at DFW and get you on your way. Perfect time of the year for this convertible. Even gets great gas mileage with the 5 speed. .

October 10, 2021
12:32 PM
Seller

Forgot to mention that antique plates in Texas are good for 5 years .

October 08, 2021
07:42 AM

@Colbob – The paint on this Jag is exceptional, almost too good to be original. It did send several years in an enclosed collection. Being 78 my eyes are not as good but there are no marks scratches or flaws that I can see. The 5 speed is what I really like, almost an XKE feel but with cold AC. Hydraulic clutch so very easy for a driver not used to a 5 speed. ...

As suspected - and the version in manual makes it a really good, usable, convertible with style and function (incl. sport like fun)....but (as it would be instead of her E class), I ain't trying to get my wife (of all our generation) to learn to shift.....!

October 08, 2021
07:35 AM
Seller

@IamLostRU – A generally nice example of a usable car....which would be right for the wife if she accepted a stick! The "dinked" car fax not a big deal (real cars have lifes!) - as the miles alone show it works well...and I am presuming the color shading in the pics is a matter of lighting not paint. ...

The paint on this Jag is exceptional, almost too good to be original. It did send several years in an enclosed collection. Being 78 my eyes are not as good but there are no marks scratches or flaws that I can see. The 5 speed is what I really like, almost an XKE feel but with cold AC. Hydraulic clutch so very easy for a driver not used to a 5 speed.

October 08, 2021
06:43 AM

A generally nice example of a usable car....which would be right for the wife if she accepted a stick! The "dinked" car fax not a big deal (real cars have lifes!) - as the miles alone show it works well...and I am presuming the color shading in the pics is a matter of lighting not paint.

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