1953 Jaguar XK120 SE M FHC Coupe Barn Find

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57999 Miles 3442cc 6 cyl 180HP Manual

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) engine which was insanely fast for its day and made the XK120 the world’s fastest standard production car at the time of its launch and a very successful racer which spurred Jaguar onto breaking many world speed records.The first 242 XK 120s made had wood-framed open-top aluminum bodies with two seats; Perceiving the design line from the front wheels, over the hood, and to the rear was like watching a rolling wave: smooth, calm, powerful and this design was to set the tone for all post war sports cars and continues to influence to this day, just look at the taper from the hood to the rear on Jaguar’s 2018 F-Type.

to its original and only southern California family owners in 1953 from whom we recently acquired the car. The car’s engine is it’s factory installed inline six cylinder engine with twin SU carburetors matched to a 4 speed manual gearbox and the original engine was removed and fully rebuilt and rebored with new cylinder head, pistons, rods, valves, cam, rings, seals, head gaskets etc with no expense spared in 2004/2005 along with the clutch, brakes, master cylinder, timing chain, upper/lower ball joints, exhaust/mufflers, suspension/shocks, rebuilt carb etc and with service records showing over $45K invested in the rebuild at a renown independent Jaguar specialists of Fullerton, CA and the engine runs as smooth as silk with the 4 speed manual transmission shifting smoothly through the gears and the car driving exactly as it should with only very few miles should since its mechanical restoration. The car shows no signs of any previous accidents and has a razor straight body with no rust although there are some very small parking dents and imperfections.

Payment by bank wire transfer, cash in person or cashiers check only. All inspections must be done prior to bidding. The non-refundable deposit in the amount of $1,000 is due within 48 hours of the auction end via bank wire transfer or cashier’s check via overnight mail.

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