With only 326 of these coupes produced between 1988 - 1989, this XJR-S is a great example of classic British racing pedigree marking the beginning of the TWR-Jaguar joint venture. The XJR-S was produced 50:50 with Jaguar and TWR being responsible for the development of this car. This was based off the popular XJS but looked significantly different with its unique bodykit, wheels and other recognizable styling features.
This example has been in storage in NSW Australia for the last 4 years - there are very few XJR-S cars in Australia. At the time of this classic being added to the register it was for sale (for $30,000 AUD) and would require the new owner to do some work on it to get it on the road and back to its former glory. For its age the paint is in great condition and as seen in the photos it has a nice straight body, the same can be said about the interior.