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Jaguar XK 150 SE FHC Fast Road Spec Shortlist +20
POA

Year 1958

Mileage Unknown

Transmission Manual

Fuel type Petrol

---A truly stunning and special RHD XK150 FHC ---Uprated, 4.5 litre XK Radford competition engine ---5-speed Getrag gearbox ---Triple Weber Carburettors ---Uprated disc brakes ---Air conditioning installed ---Substantial history file with over £100,00 worth of invoices ---Guy Broad upgrades ---Torino Alloy and chrome wire wheels ---Electronic power steering
Jaguar XK 120 Roadster Shortlist +20
POA

Year 1953

Mileage Unknown

Transmission Manual

Fuel type Petrol

- Lovingly maintained without regard of cost - Thoughtfully upgraded by marque specialists for usability and high-speed touring - Features C-Type cylinder-head and Harvey Bailey handling kit - Supplied with a Jaguar Heritage Certificate and remarkable history file - A truly beautiful example of the iconic XK120 This car was delivered new to North America via the United States distributor Charles Hornburg, in Birch Grey with a Biscuit and Red interior. By the 1990s, the car had returned to the United Kingdom in the hands of well-known Jaguar specialist Guy Broad. Subsequently, the Jaguar became the basis of a well-recorded restoration, with the aim of creating a usable, high-performance XK 120, ideally suited to both regular and very fast road use. An XK 140 engine topped with the desirable C-type heads was chosen to be at the very heart of this transformation. This high-performance engine was mated to a Getrag five-speed gearbox to allow for comfortable touring. Disc brakes were added at all four wheels, along with classic chrome Borrani wire wheels. Suspension work included fitting the desirable Harvey Bailey handling kit, as well as telescopic dampers to the rear suspension. A louvered bonnet was added, along with small, competition-specification windscreens, to complement the car’s sporting credentials. Since the build’s completion, it has remained in the United Kingdom and was purchased from Guy Broad by Peter Brennan. It remained with Brennan until 1999, when it was purchased by Timothy Singleton, who had the car maintained by world-renowned specialists. In 2004, the car was treated to an engine rebuild by incorporating a number of their XK engine modifications and upgrades. Edward Carter acquired the car in 2010 and immediately set about investing in
Jaguar XK 140 Drop Head Coupe Shortlist +20
£49,500

Year 1955

Mileage Unknown

Transmission Manual

Fuel type Petrol

Jaguar XK140 Drop Head Coupe 1955 3.4 Manual Car from California USA. Originaly black with red trim and a black hood LHD but we can convert to RHD for purchaser. Matching numbers Heritage certificate to confirm details. All uk duties paid, and registered with Nova This car is also registered with the dvla and registration issued, but is strictly a restoration project. Although it is impossable to see if all parts are there, the important items appear to be with the car. Viewing strictly by appointment. Always plenty of E Type and Xk restoration projects in stock, we try to keep one of each of the popular models, so if this is not the model for you please phone, some are available only with us commisioned for the restoration. 98% of restoration carried out in house so upgrades and modifications can be incorporated. Majority of projects sold receive full restoration by us. http://www.bcandsc.co.uk www.classicjagxk.co.uk Or look at our facebook site:- https://www.facebook.com/BristolClassicAndSportsCarRestorations?hc_location=timeline
Jaguar XK 120 DHC Shortlist +20
£74,995

Year 1953

Mileage 63,750

Transmission Manual

Fuel type Petrol

The Jaguar XK120 was launched at the 1948 London Motor Show and caused a sensation. It was fitted with the newly developed XK 3.4 litre Engine producing 160bhp and the '120' referred to its 120mph top speed which made it the world's fastest standard production car at the time of its launch. The first model was the 'Roadster' or OTS for 'open two-seater' in America and the Fixed-Head Coupe (FHC) came along in 1951 followed by the Drop-Head Coupe (DHC) in 1953. The DHC was a deluxe model with wind-up windows, opening quarter lights, an easy pull up and down padded and lined canvas Soft Top which folded onto the rear deck behind the seats when retracted, wood-veneered Dashboard and wooden Door cappings. It is also the rarest variant amongst the XK120 models with only 1,767 produced and of these 1,472 were LHD and mostly destined for the USA. This beautiful Jaguar XK120 Drophead Coupe - Chassis Number: 677102 & Engine Number: W8365-8 is a 'matching numbers' car as confirmed by the Jaguar Heritage Certificate and was the 101st DHC off the production line. It was supplied new by Jaguar distributor, Charles Hornburg of Los Angeles, California in the Spring of 1953. It was sold to a Mr A J Urquhart of Lind in Washington State in June 1953 and was registered with the number plate 83658 - the same as the Engine number of the car which was a common practice in the early 1950's in the USA. The car remained in his family for many years and we know that it was the subject of an extensive and professional rebuild in the mid 1990's. It was sold to an enthusiast in Virginia in 2006 and was subsequently sold in late 2010 and imported to the UK in January 2011. Finished in Carmen Red with Beige Leather trim, Beige Carpets, Beige Soft Top with headliner, Burr Walnut Dashb
Jaguar XK 120 SE Roadster Shortlist +6
£119,995

Year 1952

Mileage 8,000

Transmission Manual

Fuel type Petrol

1952 XK120 ROADSTER LHD (EX CLARKE GABLE - ACTOR) Finished in metallic blue with grey and black leather trim. The ex owner was actor Clarke Gable, famous American actor who starred in Gone with the Wind. This beautiful car was fully restored in 1993 and has covered only 7,000 miles from new. Incredible providence and a gorgeous car to add to any collection of fabulous classics £129,995
Jaguar XK 150 SE FHC Shortlist +20
£69,995

Year 1958

Mileage Unknown

Transmission Automatic

Fuel type Petrol

Jaguar XK150 SE FHC, 1958. Beautiful example in British Racing Green and subject of a full restoration in 1997 when approximately £50,000 was spent on the vehicle. Overdrive. All matching numbers with original engine. Fitted with hydraulic power-steering which makes it a joy to drive at all speeds. Superb paintwork and slightly mellowed interior makes this a very eye pleasing example with performance and handling to match. Last gentleman owner for around 20 years. The underside of the vehicle is in wonderful condition and the car has been garaged since the restoration. Comes fully serviced and MOT’d. A truly exceptional example with a massive history folder and related books. Still on its original registration number.
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