XJS 4.0 Convertible needs a home

Description: 1993 XJ-S 4.0 Convertible, has been sitting in the drive for 6 years and needs either resurrecting or used for parts. Solid body and great paint, was mechanically great when parked but I wouldn’t even try to start it without flushing everything. has about 150k miles on it. Will need to be towed.

Asking price (if selling): Best Offer

Location: Reinholds, PA

Contact information: Nigelspratling@gmail.com

Cost of shipping (if selling): No Idea

Willing to ship worldwide? No.

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Hello Vindi - I am in Polk, PA - would you be able to post additional photos - undercarriage area, engine bay area, inside boot, interior cabin of seats, hood headliner (inside of convertible top), dash panel, door panels - what is exterior color: blue or green (can not decipher on computer screen) - thanks, Tex Terry, II - 1991 XJS V12 Classic Coupe, 1986 XJS V12 Coupe - sent 9/11/2020 2325hrs. EDT USA.

Hi Tex Terry,

I have taken a bunch of photos for you, not sure the undercarriage ones are much use - not much room under there - especially with the leaves. I am surprised at how it looks given its 6 years of stagnation. Oh and you can see where the rodents have used the bonnet liner as nesting materials, little buggers.

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I am interested. I’d rather not make an offer on public forum…

My email address is listed at the top of the thread, contact me directly.

Hello Vindi - thanks for posting photos - yes, seems to be in good condition for 150K miles - better than I expected, and at first glance the engine harness does not seem to have too much damage from rodents - unfortunately, this looks like it will be more than I can afford at this time - Tex Terry, II - 1991 XJS V12 Classic Coupe, 1986 XJS V12 Coupe - sent 9/14/2020 2312hrs. EDT USA.