This beautiful example of a 4.0 6 cyl XJS convertible is better
than pictures reflect.The elegance,the craftsmanship and the
integrity level of this example is a hard thing to capture in
pictures.The interior is perfect with no cuts,scrapes,inconsistent
coloring,no cracks in wood.The interior is beautiful.The exterior
is as beautiful as reflected in pictures,not so much as a rock
chip, door ding or scrape.The car is razor straight with vin
stickers on all panels.The run and drive is as tight as the car is
beautiful,everything works as designed,nothing loose,nothing in
need of repair.The car is sensual to drive as it is so smooth and
tight,smooth like only a proper Jaguar can do.The top and headliner
are in excellent condition and function without flaw.
If you are looking for an outstanding example that is above the herd,review the pictures posted and contact me at 615-971-4409.
The car is located in our indoor facility 25 miles east of downtown Nashville Tn.
Independent inspections are welcomed and encouraged.
There will be an additional $299 dealer doc fee assessed to final transaction amount.
This and other European collectibles may be reviewed at JPFRAZIER.com
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