1993 Jaguar XJS
EXTREMELY RARE and sought after FACTORY 5 SPEED 4.0 6 cylinder XJS. Untouched and unmolested and very original. Why is this extremely rare? According to Fred Hammond, Archivist Jaguar North America Archives, they only sent around (50) 1993 AJ6 5-Speeds to the U.S. Iâ€™m still waiting for actual numbers as COVID has prevented him from accessing archived documents in the office. As there were nine official colors for 1993, this Signal Red XJS is thought to be 1 of 5 ever sold by Jaguar U.S.A. Itâ€™s also the one and only year the manual transmission cars were imported without the plastic underneath the bumpers. It is a 2 seater and not the 2+2. This car checks all the boxes and is a solid blue chip investment that is only rising. One owner car from new.Vehicle HistoryOn March 17th, 1993, this car was leased and then sold to the first and only owner of the car. The owner moved the registration from Connecticut to Vero Beach Florida in 2006 and registered the car there. The owner then re-registered the car back in Connecticut I think sometime in 2007. If anyone wants to run a Carfax, they can see the times more clearly. The car was registered to his business and eventually put into his name. I have all documentation verifying the same person owned this car from new. 100% Original paint and body panels (still has factory VIN stickers on panels). Rust free. Car runs and drives smooth as butter.Title StatusThis car was last registered in Connecticut but the registration is not current. Connecticut does not issue new titles for cars of this age. I will provide the bill of sale that was signed by the original owner. I also have the (signed) Florida title. Iâ€™m assuming Connecticut did not require it to register the car as it was the same owner re-registering the car in Connecticut. Recent Maintenance: Brand new clutch, pressure plate, throw out bearing, A/C drained and recharged, blows ice cold. New Handbrake cable, Fully Synthetic Mobil 1 oil/filter. After Market Stereo. Original radio will be included.MiscellaneousThis car is 27 years old and has typical wear for its age with scratches, chips, dings, etc. It is not a trailer queen, but itâ€™s really nice. The convertible top had split repair in the right rear corner as seen in the pictures, but itâ€™s still the original top. The antenna does not go up. I tried to be as honest as possible and state my opinions, but opinions vary from person to person so inspections are welcome and encouraged. The car is sold as-is, where-is. Buyer is responsible for any and all shipping arrangements.