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YAK Car Pic of the Day

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There were a few variations of this 1980s vintage Jaguar XJS: coupes, convertibles, and another convertible version in which the door/window frames remained intact and only the roof rolled back, targa-style (like this one). Engine choices over the years for the XJS included V-12s (mechanic to owner: “… that sound you’re hearing is your gas gauge needle spinning around.”), and inline sixes. This black convertible makes an appearance from time-to-time in the parking lot of a Sanborn repair garage. — Jim Corbran, You Auto Know