|Open Two Seater|
|Right Hand Drive|
|Work In Progress|
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Record Creation: Entered on 16 April 2006.
Database Updates: Show dataplate edits
Australia, Germany, UK
Photos of 660020
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Exterior Photos (8)
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Interior Photos (2)
Details Photos: Exterior (6)
Detail Photos: Interior (4)
Detail Photos: Engine (3)
Restoration Photos: Metalwork (3)
Restoration Photos: Frame (2)
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2007-09-07 02:55:24 | John Elmgreen writes:
Car went to Germany c 1970 from Australia and offered for sale in 1990s. Would like to know more. - John
2007-11-18 18:37:16 | Anonymous writes:
Car badly sold to Doc.
2008-04-15 08:10:40 | pauls writes:
Car listed at:
1949 XK 120 OTS ALLOY RHD #660020; THE LAST, MATCHING NUMBERED, UNRESTORED, ALLOY RIGHT HAND DRIVE 120 ROADSTER IN EXISTANCE; ONE OF ONLY 54 RHD MODELS EVER MADE. Originally Silver with red interior, Delivered to Austrailia December 9th 1949. This Jaguar has been stored in climate conditions since 1978 by the third owner, Dr. Dunn of Germany (Munich area) until our purchase of her. She is rust free. She is currently undergoing some ash frame work and a very minimum of panel work at John Brown’s Leaping Cats, in the UK, and will be shipped from there to us in Arizona as soon as the work is completed, provided the car hasn’t been sold to another country before then. The car will be sold as a rolling chassis, ready for an easy restoration by us or the restorers of the buyer’s choice. (Doc’s Jags is very familiar with the unusual differences and nuances of these early aluminum Jaguars and has restored eight 120 alloys in past years, four within the past three years.) Everything is there with exception of three small items such as grab handle, wiper motor and top bows.
2008-12-25 18:19:45 | Lofty writes:
Interested to see A126 stamped to cyl.head.Checked mine (670051)and found A63,and also AG14in a circle on other side of Core Plug C2157.I have no idea of the meaning.
2011-05-11 05:03:07 | Porky writes:
Does any expert out there know if these chassis numbers look genuine or is that a re - stamp ?
2011-05-11 11:07:58 | terry mcgrath writes:
quite clearly not an original stamping and in fact a car of this number may not have even had the chassis number stamped in this location.
Given you have been able to take this pic I would love to see others you have taken.
Where is the car currently located?
2014-04-18 14:11:29 | MKVII crazy writes:
still in Arizona and currently restored as a copy of Ralph Lauren's alloy car. BRG, louvered bonnet etc....
2014-04-19 06:36:30 | Peter Ingram writes:
Can we see a pic of the finished car. It will do well to look as good as Ralf Laurens 660043
2017-01-07 14:10:59 | Jeremy B writes:
I trust the restoration has been more accurate (six-speed "trasmission" aside) than the advert for this "Jagaur", with its almost incomprehensible last sentence. Shoddy stuff.
Surely the obviously high standard of workmanship deserves to be matched with a better quality of written description?
2018-02-10 15:20:29 | pauls writes:
Car now offered at:
1949 Jaguar XK120 Alloy Roadster160bhp, 3,442 cc DOHC inline 6-cylinder, alloy body, fastest production car of its time.This beautifully restored early right-hand drive alloy XK120 is striking in appearance as well as smoothness and responsiveness while driving. Number 20 of 242 alloy roadsters, it is ?nished in dark green exterior paint and tan leather interior. The influence of Art Deco is apparent in the body design and is complemented by era correct racing seats and sports windshields. The tool kit and spare are complete. With a comprehensive restoration completed in 2014, this matching numbers car is ready to be enjoyed and, if desired, taken to vintage sporting events worldwide and highly competitive concourses.
Location:Wynwood , Florida
Year:1949 Jaguar XK120
2018-02-10 20:31:19 | Mike May writes:
Interesting that the 3 metalwork photos probably taken at Leaping Cats are not of this car.
Still no chassis plate or stamped numbers photos for a almost half a mil. car.
2019-03-10 06:04:25 | James Talbot writes:
I like this car. However my concerns are:
- is this the original chassis? The chassis number looks to have been welded onto the frames separately.
- Doc is a well known scoundrel. What did he do with the car which claims to have been both restored in Texas and the U.K.
- . does it have a Jaguar heritage certificate.?
- where is the original chassis plate?
can anyone answer these questions? The Florida people do not seem to have an accurate response. Currently they seek 410,000$ but without foolproof identity it is not worth more than 25% of that figure as effectively it is just a recreation.
2019-03-10 08:32:05 | mike may writes:
Doc was known for taking customers cars and removing components to create phantom cars. Judging by the scant photos, it appears this may have happened to this car. Owning 2 alloy cars and 3 steel cars (2019), I am aware that there are subtle differences between the first alloy car frames and the first steel car frames. It would be prudent to hire a expert appraiser, advise him of your concerns and post detailed photos for scrutiny of this community before purchase.