1994 Jaguar Xjs 2+2 Convertible
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1994 Jaguar XJS 2+2 Convertible One of 18,574 convertibles built between 1992 and 1996 Cost $81,255 when new! Desirable black exterior and black power cloth top with Cream Autolux Connolly Leather interior 6.0L V-12 engine with electronic fuel injection GM 4L80E four-speed automatic transmission with normal and sport shift modes Limited-slip differential Power rack-and-pinion steering and power four-wheel disc brakes with Teves anti-lock Cruise control Dual front airbags Remote keyless entry Flush dual headlights Rear spoiler Alpine six-CD changer Documentation includes original drivers handbook, passport to service, sound and security system instructions plus the stereos security code, copy of window sticker, a few maintenance and service receipts We have another cat at Mot Xotica Classic Cars - a stunning black 1994 Jaguar XJS 2+2 Convertible. Built at its Browns Lane factoryinCoventry,England, which was leased byJaguar Carsin 1951 and remained the company's home until 2005. It was the site of all Jaguar production until 1998. This particular model was delivered to Alleys Sports Car World in Kingsport, Tennessee.Finished in black, the cars paint and trim are in very good overall condition, as are its glass panels, which are crack-free and clear, including the glass rear window with its electric defroster. The black, cloth power top seems to fit well and it in decent shape. The vehicles headlights present a decent amount of sun fade but the rest of the cars lights are in good condition. Car rolls on wire wheel covers within Kelly Charger GT radials. The cars body panels are straight and solid, the bumpers fit well and it comes with a rear spoiler. Driver assist features include automatic temperature control, cruise control, power rack-and-pinion steering with tilt column, power four-wheel disc brakes with Teves anti-lock, power door locks with remote keyless entry, heated power mirrors and power front seats with heat, lumbar and memory controls.Inside, the Cream Autolux Connolly Leather seats are in good condition while the matching Wilton wool carpet is in very good order. The instrument panel, with its full array of gauges and burled walnut accents, is in very good condition and the four-spoke steering wheel houses an airbag for the driver plus one in the dash for the front passenger. The door panels are in fair shape while the mirror glass, center console and shift lever with its burled walnut knob, are all in very good order. Finishing off the interior is a factory AM/FM stereo with CD player, four speakers and optional six-CD changer.The engine was stroked to 3.1inches in 1992 for a displacement of 6.0L, to make this one of the most powerful Jaguar production engines to date. This used the special high-swirl design "May" cylinder heads and had an unusually high compression ratio (10.5:1 12.5:1, depending on market and year). In any given market, power levels remained similar to the previous model but fuel economy was improved by nearly 50 percent. The HE V12 engines had a fuel injection system from Lucas (dubbed Lucas Digital P), which was based on the Bosch D-Jetronic system. A Magneti Marelli ignition system was used until the end of XJS production. The 6.0-litre engine used a new Nippondenso distributorless crank-fired ignition system with coil packs very similar to Ford EDIS-6 units. The last Jaguar V12 engine was produced on April 17, 1997.TheXJS, aluxurygrand tourer, was producedfrom 1976 to 1996. It superseded theE-Type(also known as XK-E) in September 1975 and was based on theXJ saloon. It had been developed as the XK-F, though it was very different in character from its predecessor. Although it never had quite the same sporting image, the XJS was a competent grand tourer and more rodynamic than the E-Type.The last XJS was produced on April 4, 1996; by then 115,413 had been produced during a 21-year production life.The car was re-engineered in May 1991 and renamed XJS.The rear side windows appeared enlarged (although the body glass aperture was of identical size as the earlier car) and the buttresses stayed (although their appearance was minimized by the new side window treatment), as designerGeoff Lawsonargued that they were part of the car's character. The V12's capacity was enlarged to 6.0liter in May 1992.At the same time, the car benefited from a revision to the rear brakes; they were now fitted with outboard rear disc brakes, instead of the more complicated inboard items on previous models. With the introduction of the 6.0-litre V12, the transmission was also updated to aGM 4L80Ewith a fourth-gear overdrive and Normal and Sport shift modes. A2+2convertible was also introduced, as was a customizedinsignialine. At the same time, the car received more rodynamic front and rear bumpers.Documentation includes original drivers handbook, passport to service, sound and security system instructions plus the stereos security code, copy of window sticker, a few maintenance and service receipts.Competition to this Jaguar in 1994 included Aston Martins Virage Volante Convertible, Mercedes-Benzs E320 Cabriolet and Lotus lan S2.This car is currently located at our facility in St. Louis, Missouri. Current mileage on the odometer shows 78,933 miles. It is sold as is, where is, on a clean and clear, mileage exempt title. GET OUT AND DRIVE!!!VIN: SAJNX2345RC194467Note: Please see full terms and conditions listed below that pertain to the purchase of any said vehicle, thank you.

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1994
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Jaguar
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Xjs 2+2 Convertible
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