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Old 03-06-2011, 12:37 PM   #1
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Default XJ 2001 60th Anniversary Edition

Can anyone tell me what's the difference between this and a regular 2001 Sport? Just seen a very nice XJ, all the spec seems good (power windows/locks/mirrors/nice wheels/60th emblem) but carfax lists it as a Jeep Cherokee Sport. Would this seem normal?


eta: i guess i thought it would have leather seats, being a 60th, that it would have highest spec going, but maybe this not the case?

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