- Very rare Automatic transmission example
- Fabulous condition throughout
- Recent mechanical service, ready for the road
- Finished in its beautiful, original colour scheme
- Supplied with a Jaguar Heritage Certificate
Jaguar’s new XK 150 Fixed Head Coupé premiered alongside the drophead variant in 1957 as the last of Jaguar’s XK-series cars. As the swansong of the series, the XK 150 featured upgrades and changes that engineers had adapted from both the XK 120 and XK 140. Many believe that the XK 150, especially the FHC, was the most drivable of the three models.
According to its Heritage Certificate, this 1959 XK 150 was built on 1 October 1959, finished in Cream with a Tan interior, and was outfitted with an automatic transmission. It was then shipped to Jaguar Cars New York, where it was delivered new to a Peggy Paige Walton. After passing through four owners, the Jaguar was due for a restoration. This restoration returned the XK 150 to its original, beautifully presented and mechanically sound specification. Upon completion of the restoration, the Jaguar was sold to the previous owner in 2014. The previous owner has recently had the car mechanically serviced, and has replaced the fuel hoses and parts of the brakes.
Our car presents superbly on Chrome wire wheels and Whitewall tyres, enhancing the leaping cats overall appearance. Inside, the Tan hide appears virtually unmarked as does the matching top-roll and Light Brown carpets.
As the last of Jaguar’s fabled XK series of cars, every Jaguar enthusiast should strive to have one in their garage, as it represents a fine luxury sports car with lots of uniquely British character. This XK 150 has been well maintained and preserved throughout all its ownerships, and it would be a wonderful example for the enthusiast looking to enjoy classic British motoring at its best.
Now available for viewing at the DD Classics Dealership in London, please call 0208 878 33 55 to book an appointment.
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