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barn find Jaguar XK120 Roadster RHD (1951)
Barn find car for full restoration. Factory records show that chassis 660858 was manufactured during July 1951 and exported to the Cycle & Carriage Company, distributors for Jaguar, in Singapore. It .....
Jaguar xk 120 roadster project (1952)
Full matching numbers car,unmolested real barn find complete with side curtains and soft top frame, very straight body and chassis, some rust in the boot floor and battery compartment, engine "studless"type, .....
Jaguar xk 120 fhc (1952)
abslolutly rust free car,full matching numbers,never involved in accident, very straight body and chassis no metal work are required original color birch grey with red interior, easy restoration US document
Jaguar XK120 DHC SE (1953)
We at Dorset Jaguar & Sports Cars are very proud to offer for sale this magnificent Jaguar XK120 DHC SE. 'FAS161' was registered new exactly one month after Her Majesty's Coronation and therefore shares .....
JAGUAR XK 120 SE O.T.S (1952)
Chassis Number: S672 811
Engine Number: F3224-8S
This 1952 XK120 O.T.S is Red with a Red interior. The car came as an original SE series from the factory, as indicated by the S in the serial number. .....
Jaguar XK150 S 3.4L Roadster 1958 LHD
Jaguar XK150 S 3,4 l. Roadster 1958 LHD
The rare XK150 S Roadster (only 888 ex. produced) is considered by Jaguar connoisseurs as being the ultimate XK.
The elegant lines of the archetype XK120 are .....
Jaguar XK 120 Drophead (1954)
Coachwork beautifully finished in white, with red interior, good car all around,please call for details and price.
12 Month Warranty on purchase, Convertible, Manual Gearbox, New MOT on purchase, Petrol, .....
Jaguar C-Type Evolution by Proteus (2011)
Following the success of the Jaguar XK120s at the 1950 Le Mans 24hr race it was realised that with minimal engine tuning, a lighter chassis and a lightweight aerodynamically revised aluminium body shell .....
1954 Jaguar XK120 Fixed Head Coupe
1954 Jaguar XK120 Fixed Head Coupe
Registration No. 450 AML (Original first registration number)
Chassis No. 669094
William Lyons wanted a brand new sports car to replace the SS100 and to take on the .....
Jaguar XK120 Replica by Nostalgia Cars UK Ltd
This is a Nostalgia Cars UK Ltd Classic XK120 replica.
Coachwork beautifully finished in a Lavender Blue, with Heron Grey full leather interior, Stone Grey woolcarpet and beautifully patterned burr .....
1954 Jaguar XK120
This is a 1954 Jaguar XK120 roadster matching number. An excellent original and very honest car to restore for only $39,500.
XK120 FHC 1952
Cette Très belle XK 120 Coupé fu produite en 1952 et livrée a Hoffman au États Unis
Réimportée en 1980 en Europe via la Hollande par M.HARLEAUX elle change ensuite de mains pour se retrouver dans la .....
JAGUAR XK 120 DHC RHD (1953)
Right Hand Drive, Olde English White Exterior, Black Leather Interior, New Black Convertible Top with Chrome Trim, Black Canvas Boot Cover, Painted Wire Wheels, Roll-up Windows, Correct Late Steering .....
Jaguar XK120 Drop Head Coupe (1953)
Jaguar XK120 Drop Head Coupe left hand drive and originally exported to the USA. In the early 1990s the car returned to Europe with the current owner purchasing the vehicle in 1998.
There is not much .....
1950 Jaguar Mark V 3.5 Litre Drophead
At the 1949 London Motor Show the buzz was all about the radical Jaguar XK120 sports car. However, sharing the stand with that remarkable icon was Jaguar MK V. A delightful post-war offering with holdover .....
JAGUAR XK120 PROJECT
NEW POLISH BUILT XK120 CHASSIS IN ROLLING FORM FITTED WITH NEW OR RECONDITIONED PARTS. DISC BRAKED WITH NEW DISCS AND CALIPERS. RACK AND PINION STEERING. SALISBURY 4HA AXLE. POLISH BUILT ALUMINIUM XK120 .....
1954 Jaguar XK120 Roadster
In one ownership since 1990 this superb XK120 Roadster has been the subject of huge expenditure over the years to ensure its continued terrific trouble-free life. Fully restored, it possesses a 5-speed .....
Jaguar XK120 Roadster (1954)
First Registered to a an English diplomat based in Geneva who owned the car up until 1966 when it was sold to a Mr Jean Rocher where it formed part of his private collection (very seldom used) until 2