Jaguar Heritage have confirmed that our XJS Convertible was built just 6 days before the final car was produced and therefore number 144 from the end of the line. The documented history shows the single US owner used the car sparingly, with the car leaving the US in 2011 with only 70,287 miles. The second owner, who imported the car to the UK in 2011, clearly did not fulfil his goal as the car is sold in 2015 with 70,327 miles to the respected Jaguar Specialist, David Marks in Nottingham, who expertly maintained the car before it would arrive in Germany in 2017 with just 71,500 miles. Cathedral Classics completed the German registration process before selling to its first German owner who has since cherished and maintained the car well before selling again for age related reasons. This stunning big cat will suit any Jaguar aficionado’s collection and is certainly a car to be enjoyed now and will undoubtedly be a long term collectable prospect.