They only made 385 pre-HE Manual XJS’s – this is number 145 – making them rarer than an outside bonnet-lock E-Type! Finished in Cotswold Yellow, there’s history going back 30 years. We’ve even spoken to the chap who owned it in the early 1980s; he bought the XJS to replace a Rolls-Royce that his wife didn’t like. Sitting on its correct Kent alloys, and still with its original black interior, this XJS is the epitome of a car driven by a successful, international 1970s businessman.
Recently serviced by Classic Performance Engineering, it comes with 12 months MOT and is ready for a trip to the south of France. A good example of the Jaguar being tipped as ‘the next big thing’.