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1999 Jag XJR 111k miles

1999 Jaguar XJR

 
11-22-2018, 02:10 PM | Replies: 3 | Views: 451
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    $4,750
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  • Location Phoenix, AZ, USA
  • Condition Used
  • VIN SAJPD1848XC872257
  • Mileage 111,000
  • Engine 8 cyl
  • Drive Type 2WD
  • Transmission Automatic
  • Vehicle Type Sedan
  • Exterior Color Silver
Description:

Located in Phx, AZ. Motor and trans are strong. Noise in the rear, which I believe to be the diff. Still drives well though

1999 Jag XJR. Supercharged 4.0L V8.
Service history within past year:
-updated water pump
-Transmission fluid change and pan gasket
-Transmission filter
-Transmission connector
-Differential oil change
-Coolant flush
-Supercharger oil change and oem coupler
-8 New spark plugs
-High flow air intake filter
-new Valve cover gaskets
-2 fuel pumps
-2 knock sensors
-2 Valley heater hoses
-drive shaft couplers
-drive Shaft center bearing
-front upper Shock bushings
-coolant temp sensor
-Fuel filter
-Brake rotors and pads (front and rear)

Upgrades:
-3rd Gen metal timing chain tensioners
-3.5" intake
-10% upper supercharger pulley
-Bosch 011 intercooler pump

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Old 11-27-2018, 07:53 PM
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The differential makes a lot of noise, and will need to be replaced.

Asking $3500, OBO
 
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Old 11-30-2018, 01:19 PM
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Wow you're selling ?!
 
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Old 11-30-2018, 01:30 PM
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Originally Posted by King Charles View Post
Wow you're selling ?!
Yeah. If I had the time and money to fix it, I'd keep it. Having time and money doesn't go hand-in-hand with being an engineering college student, so it's got to go. If it doesn't sell for a reasonable price, then I'll keep it till I do have the time and money to fix it. But it'll be open to the market until then.
 
 

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