1990 Jaguar XJS V12 Coupe

Stock: J90-569
Current condition: ORIGINAL-PRESERVED
Performance: 326 cu-in, 273 bhp, V-12 engine
Transmission: 3-Speed automatic
Suspension: Independent double wishbone coil springs, and anti-roll bar~ front suspension Coil springs, and anti-roll bar ~ rear suspension
Color exterior: Signal Red
Color interior: Black Leather
Mileage: 49,915
Wheels: Chrome Sport spoke wheels
Tires: 235 / 60 R15
Brakes: Vented Discs at the front, and Discs at the rear
Vin #: SAJNW5842LC171569
Engine #: 76217

(SOLD) This Jaguar is in great condition, and is a true time capsule of originality that drives like a dream. It comes dressed in its original, brilliant Signal Red, and sporting a Black leather interior. Mechanically sound, it was always maintained by local Jaguar specialists. The V-12 Engine is very powerful, silky smooth, and very quiet. This beauty comes equipped with: Power steering and brakes, power tinted windows and door locks; Walnut trim inlaid with contrasting matching wood inserts; Leather upholstery, Air-conditioning, Fog lights, Factory AM/FM Radio with tape player, driver airbag, security system, traction control, rear defogger, intermittent wipers, cruise control, and sits upon chrome Sport spoke wheels. Documentation includes: the original Mulroney window sticker, original driver's handbook with passport to service guide, sound system instruction with radio code plus radio supplement tape, security system guide, vehicle care guide, a Jaguar merchandise catalog, a list of parts for XJS cars, as well as assorted service and maintenance receipts. This Jaguar is ready for the road or to be shown, and would make a great daily driver, or a great addition to your collection.


The XJS, a luxury grand tourer, was produced from 1976 to 1996. It superseded the E-Type (also known as XKE) in September 1975, and was based on the XJ saloon.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 true grand tourer aimed more at comfort and cruising, than spirited driving.