1991 Jaguar XJ-S Classic Collection Edition Convertible
5.3L V-12 Fuel Injected Beauty
These Great Touring Cars were known for their ride quality and
inherit desire to be on the open road well above the posted speed
limit and In-Style!
It doesn't get much better than driving a vehicle bred for the open
road except for doing just that in a convertible.
This particular Jag hit all the right notes; It is a well
maintained, optioned, and original work of automotive art.
Everything is in working order and it does not disappoint.
Lace Honeycomb Wheels are in perfect shape and wrapped in high
The Paint, Chrome, Stainless, Leather Interior, Wood Veneer,
Convertible Top, Glass, right down to the Exhaust Tips;;;; All in
It comes with a couple original extras,, with the then optional CAR
PHONE dealer installed upgrade and also the original AM/FM/CASSETTE
that has been replaced by a modern USB and Blue Tooth Alpine
The 1991 Jaguar XJS was available as either a coupe or a
convertible with the base coupe selling for $53,000 while the
convertible sold for $63,600. Power was from an overhead-cam
24-valve aluminum V12 offering 265 horsepower. It had a multi-point
fuel injection system along with twin spray injectors. The engine
was mated to a four-speed automatic gearbox, four-wheel disc
brakes, and a rack-and-pinion steering system. For 1991, two new
interior colors were added, including Magnolia and Doeskin.
Charcoal-toned leather trim was added to the shift knob and to the
steering wheel, and contrasting piping was on the upholstery.
The Classic Collection XJS was only available to the United States
market. It is appointed similar to the Collection Rouge with
lattice alloy wheels, four-headlight arrangement, new Classic
badging on the boot lid and a gold-plated growler badge on the