[collectibles] I just bought a 1974 XJS

Here is the description
1974 XJS 2 door
Automatic, right hand drive, power windows & locks, sunroof, V-12.
I need some help in the authenticity of this car and do have a VIN
Number it is XJS 2W1122BW this tag matches the tag on the motor as
well. I have found out that it is a prototype, they released these
cars to production in sept. '75 as a '76 Model and this car was
built in 74 as one of the mule prototypes. I have found out that
Jaguar did build (1) XJS station wagon in '74 as a prototype. I am
in the process of trying to get some answers from the Jaguar
factory.

The car is an original survivor and is in running and driving
condition. I am a drag racer and stumbled across this car, have
always been a Jaguar fan and have never owned one until now. I do
plan on keeping the car in its current state and probably selling
it. How much is this car worth? Thanks in advance for any help.
My home email is @Nick_Tha_P
My work email is nhoffman@hahnclay.com

Nick–
Life begins at 200 mph
Houston, Tx, United States
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Hi Nick,
You may have better luck posting to the XJ-S list. This list of for
collectiable Jaguar items that we all see to gather over the years.

Here is the description
1974 XJS 2 door
Automatic, right hand drive, power windows & locks, sunroof, V-12.
I need some help in the authenticity of this car and do have a VIN
Number it is XJS 2W1122BW this tag matches the tag on the motor as
well. I have found out that it is a prototype, they released these
cars to production in sept. '75 as a '76 Model and this car was
built in 74 as one of the mule prototypes. I have found out that
Jaguar did build (1) XJS station wagon in '74 as a prototype. I am
in the process of trying to get some answers from the Jaguar
factory.

The car is an original survivor and is in running and driving
condition. I am a drag racer and stumbled across this car, have
always been a Jaguar fan and have never owned one until now. I do
plan on keeping the car in its current state and probably selling
it. How much is this car worth? Thanks in advance for any help.
My home email is cinder396@hotmail.com
My work email is nhoffman@hahnclay.com

Nick

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In reply to a message from Nick Tha P… sent Wed 12 Oct 2005:

Thanks Chris for the headsup.

My apologies for posting in the wrong area, please feel free to
delete this as I have posted in the XJS area.

Regards,
Nick–
Life begins at 200 mph
Houston, Tx, United States
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