Morris Leslie Classic Auctions is delighted to bring to you this Stunning 1957 Jaguar XK150 3.4 to be sold via online auction, Saturday 22nd August 2020.
Type: 2dr Coupe
Registered: Dec 1957
Odometer: 61,430 miles
Fuel Type: Petrol
ESTIMATE £55,000 - £65,000
Chassis number S824047DN - from this cars Chassis Number we can deduce that it is a very early example of XK150 first registered shortly after the models introduction during May 1957 and not long after the Browns Lane Factory fire of the same year. Fitted with the 3.4 litre engine and bearing Body Number J7499 as well as displaying its original Surrey registration number as issued on December 17th 1957. The original buff Registration Document records the initial owner as an industrial supply company in Knightsbridge London who would own the car for almost 4 years before trading it in with Henleys of Euston Road London during July 1961. The documentation details various owners from Taunton, Brentford, Southend, Hemel Hempstead, Henley On Thames, Penzance and London, prior to the car moving into Europe for some time where it was converted to Left Hand Drive. We have been informed that the car was the subject of a sympathetic restoration which has included the fitting of 4 piston Coopercraft braking a 5 speed Getrag gearbox, stainless steel exhausts and recent 16" Vredstein Classic Tyres with a view to making the car very useable.
Morris Leslie Auctions next Classic Vehicle Auction takes place Saturday 22nd August 2020 at 11am live online.
All items will be sold via LIVE ONLINE BIDDING ONLY.
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