1954 Jaguar XK 120 Roadster 3.4 Manual OTS (Open Two Seater). Old English White Coachwork with Red and Biscuit Leather Interior, TAS 512. 8,400 miles since a major overhaul including engine rebuild and conversion to unleaded with electronic ignition and dynamo lookalike alternator as well as a Guy Broad conversion from L.H.D. to R.H.D.. A Stainless steel exhaust has been fitted which sounds lovely.
Road Tax and M.O.T. Exempt, Last M.O.T tested in 2013 at 5,628 miles, we have tests going back to 2006 at 850 miles.
2 Former Keepers on the V5.
Chassis Number S675896, Engine Number F350385 and Body Number F8176.
This XK 120 has been driven to many classic car events this summer and is ready to be enjoyed. Celebrate the 70th Anniversary of the launch of the XK 120 and maybe enter the Mille Miglia next year.
'We claimed 120 mph (for the XK 120), a speed unheard of for a production car in those days' - William Heynes, Chief Engineer, Jaguar Cars.
The 120 sadly has to be sold to fund the purchase of a Vintage 4.5 litre W.O. Bentley the owner is having built.
This Motor Car can be viewed by prior appointment at the owners house near Lincoln, with good access from the A1 Road and the London to Edinburgh Mainline Railway. It has been enthusiast owned and is kept alongside his other motor cars and aeroplanes. We hope to drive and display this Jag at the Beaulieu Autojumble in September.
More information to follow.
Price £94,500 o.n.o.
Julian Brown Classic Car Commissions specialise in sales and sourcing of Rolls–Royce, Bentley and Mercedes-Benz motor cars and are privileged to offer this fine Jaguar for sale on behalf of it’s owner, for further information please telephone Julian on the details below or send a message via this advert.
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