But, come on, $6k for a 1990 XJS V12 with over 100,000 miles on it? That’s incredibly CP. For $10k–$13k, you can have your pick from any number of XJS garage queens with 20k–30k on the clock. Sure, that’s almost twice the price, but this is a fucking XJS. A fucking XJS with 110k on the clock. If that extra $4–$6k is a barrier for you, you’re going to run into a lot of trouble really fast.

Some examples of just V12s:


35k for $15k (negotiable) with service records.


26k for $13k.


44k for $8250, although, granted, no photos.

And that’s just on my local Craigslist.