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JAGUAR XJ12 (X305) 1995(M) For Sale

The XJ12 model (which, along with the short wheel base Daimler Double Six, carries the code name "X305") featured the same trim level of the Sovereign, but was powered by the 6.0 L version of the Jaguar V12. It is visually differentiated by the rear boot-lid "XJ12" badge, a "V12" insignia inlaid on the passenger-side dashboard wood panel, a "V12" badge on each B-pillar, chromed door mirrors and a gold-coloured Jaguar crest at the top of the radiator grille surround. Only available transmission was a 4-speed automatic GM 4L80-E.

XJ12 came with 225/55-16 tyres on 8-inch wide wheels and sports suspension, which explains the height difference between the two models.

I bought this car for its engine having had a few XJR X308s and X350s and getting a bit bored of them.

After all the work that has been completed I was just going to keep it as an occasional vehicle and convert it to a manual, but due to a change of circumstances (move to Spain)this is just unfeasible. I suspect that I will get less than 50% of the cost of getting this functioning again - but hopefully someone can get the benefit of the work I have had completed.

The rear seats look unused, the front drivers seat is worn and could do with re-staining, but it isn't torn.

List of work completed:

Tyres x 4
Shock Absorbers all around
New battery
New Alternator
Refurbished Power steering pump
ABS pump
Gearbox Loom
Crank shaft sensor
Gear box oil
Gearbox filter
Engine oil
Oil filter
Brake Discs
Brake pads (incl. parking brake pads)
Brake Bleed
Rear wheel arch repair (see photos)
Spark plug leads
Spark plugs
New belts

After all this work, it should just be normal yearly minor maintenance.

Just driven the car after it being locked away - started first time. Sports mode working fine. Very smooth and very responsive. No rattles. Mechanically spot on.

Currently on SORN - but full MOT will be put on before collection



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