Introduced by myself back in 1996, these have proven to be a very popular option with XJS owners. Available for the V12 and 4.0 1988-1993 (GM 3 speed automatic) and the later 1994-96 (ZF 4 speed with sport switch).
Please simply add a note on PayPal checkout and let me know which year you have, or email me a photo of your dash and I'll match it up for you as best as possible.
These are made to order in 7-10 business days. Domestic shipping included. International shipping; contact me first please. *Beware cheap copies doing the rounds on ebay!*
Available in Walnut or lighter Elm. Just let me know on checkout which you require. USB outlet in place of the cig unit is also available +$20.
Pricing as follows;
Re-veneer your complete wood set--choice of: Walnut Burl, Myrtle burl, Elm etc.
USA model years:
1982-1987: $395.00 (without wood console)
*All cars with the small rear wood cappings are $595.00
Includes new cup holder "ski-slope" console if that's what you choose, or re-veneering of your original spec. console.
Options; Gold leaping cat inlays are available for the door wood at minimal extra cost (+$20), and also the inlay lines can be added to the doors on those cars not originally equipped +$40.
A USB outlet can be added to the console--usually replaces cigarette lighter hole, but can be placed on either side. See gallery below. +$25.
Chrome leaping cat inlay can be added at no extra charge- either on the bend of the console panel, or for later cars, in between the cups.
Turnaround time for the XJS full set restorations; Usually 2 weeks, but can take longer depending on workload. In most cases, the car can still be driven with the wood removed -- it's not pretty, but having the wood out does not usually render the car inoperable.
My shipping details:
1161 West Lake Brantley Rd
Altamonte Springs, FL 32714
Please include a note outlining the specific work req'd, as this is what I will refer to when starting your specific job. Also make sure all clips and screws are removed. These small parts are better in your safe keeping!
Some before/after 1996 XJS photos below;