Up for sale is a very well kept and maintained 1992 Jaguar XJS
Clean history, Vancouver BC import.
Mechanically, the car is sound. Cosmetically, the car
looks great with the exception of some paint chips here and
The top is in great shape and functions well, same with all the electrical components. Interior is very clean as you can tell from the photos.
The dash is in KM and currently reads 136,617 kilometers which
is 84,889 miles.
Here is the most recent history of maintenance.. with several smaller services in between. (oil changes, light bulbs, etc..)
New starter- 136158
New brake accumlator/spark plugs- 134005
New ignition coil, oxygen sensor- 132422
New catalytic converter- 124768
New radiator hoses and coolant flush- 127670
New cam cover gasket, water pump, thermostat, water rail seals, ignition rotor and wire set, shock bushing, steering rack, power steering flush, hose clamps, throttle shaft bushings- 122619
New rear diff, rotors, pads, hand brake- 104500
Almost $20k in receipts are included for the last 30,000 kilometers (18k miles)
The vehicle was meticulously maintained by the Jaguar dealer in
Vancouver BC and several other reputable automotive shops, comes
with the original manuals along with a large folders of maintenance
Over all, a nice example of a well kept Jaguar.
Give me a call if you have any questions!
360 820 0284
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