This V-12/auto two door coupe is all original, runs and drives very well. Smooth power from the 326 cid V-12 and still 20 Hwy MPG on regular gas! It's been profesionally mantained, and as the second owner,I have records for more than the last 20 years. Note the very low milage for a car of this age: Just over 100k.
New head liner installed recently and rest of interior is in excellent condition. It has original matching floor mats front and rear, and I've even kept them covered!
Exterior the original gray paint is faded, but no rust anywhere. There is one small dent behind rite rear wheel and a ding in the hood from road debris. All chrome is perfect. It has been garaged and covered most of it's life.
During the mid '80s, Jaguar used many GM parts to help improve their quality, and reliability. Factory installed is a GM turbo 400 3spd.trans, AC Delco assessorys on engine and a/c.
It also has matching gray sheep skin seat covers and a set of 4 wire wheels not installed.
Hope to find a new caring home for this classic Jag! Contact me for more details.
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