1983 Jaguar XJS for sale.
This 1983 Jaguar XJS is road ready, a solid daily driver and with the looks and presence of a Classic 1983 Jaguar XJS.
The second and same owner since 1983 this Jaguar XJS is ready to take you for a ride.
1983 Jaguar XJS. / Second and current owner since 1984. / Clear title. / In storage during inclement weather and winter months. / Nice Black Paint. / Saddle Tan Leather Interior. / Chevy 350 V8 engine bored .30 over. / (original V12 motor goes with the car). / TBI Fuel Injection. / Power steering. / Power brakes. / 4 speed automatic transmission. / R12 Air Conditioning. / Factory gauges. / Dual power mirrors. / Michelin tires. / Extra Doors. / Extra Fenders. / Extra Hood goes with car. / and a lot more.
This 1983 Jaguar is in road ready condition and does not need the extra parts that are included. Over the years parts had been purchased in the event they had been needed.
Stored inside and located in Clarkston, Michigan, 48346.
Down sizing the collection so No trades and No text messages.
Call Tim Sleeman at: 586-838-0097.
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