Say No To Swap: 1987 Jaguar XJS V12

The Jaguar V12 engine was launched in 1971 for the E-Type road car, but the design was originally created for the mad XJ13 LeMans racer. A few years later, the engine was stuffed into the Malcolm Sayer/Doug Thorpe designed XJS, which is/was a beautiful car from any angle…except from the window at the head mechanic’s office of your local Jag repair shop. These things are expensive and fiddly to keep on the road, but someone has to stop the Chebby V8 swappers from getting their hands on it. Plus, how often does a car come with “couple crates of parts”? Find this 1987 Jaguar XJS V12 offered for $1750 in Glendale, CA via craigslist.

From the seller:

1987 jaguar xj12
condition: good
cylinders: 12 cylinders
fuel: gas
odometer: 65450
paint color: blue
title status: clean
transmission: automatic
type: coupe


1987 Jaguar XJ12. Has a V12 in it.
Non op. No late fees
Bought it off a friend to get it running but never got around to it. Need it gone by Sunday 3/13.
Have a couple crates of parts to go with the car.

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