Gateway Classic Cars of Ft. Atlanta is proud to present this
spectacular 1996 Jaguar XJS Convertible for sale. 1975 saw the
launch of the XJS. The new British Grand Tourer was introduced as
the replacement for the iconic E-Type. During an astonishing build
run of 21 years, 115,413 units were produced by the Conventry
manufacturer at their Browns Lane factory. The final, more
aerodynamic version of the XJS was introduced in 1991. With a more
efficient engine and subtle design changes, this version was
available until production ceased in 1996. This desirable
Celebration Convertible model was produced in 1996 and presents
well in Topaz Metallic with Oatmeal leather interior. In addition
to the already high standard level of equipment enjoyed by the XJS,
this last low-mileage model benefits from piped seats embossed with
the iconic leaping cat logo, a wood/ leather steering wheel and
wooden shift knob. Also included is the tonneau cover with its
original bag for storage. The car has covered a very careful 36,865
miles and is in terrific mechanical and cosmetic condition. All
mechanical functions operate as they should and drives as you would
expect from a Jaguar Grand Tourer. The roof is in great condition
and operates smoothly. A full mechanical service was recently
performed. Give our helpful and knowledgeable Sales staff a call
today on this 1996 Jaguar XJS convertible for sale (678) 894-4833.
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