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United KingdomOK120

United KingdomVSJ782

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Record Creation: Entered on 2 November 2005.

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Car History

Australia, UK

Owner: Duncan Moir

Based in London, various children, dogs, guns, cars and a boat. Regular escapes to countryside and France. 120 gets plenty of exercise. Re-registered as OK120 - well you would, wouldnt you?

Update - 2015 - Acquired S1 3.8 E-type (881079)

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Updated December 22nd, 2015. Not legal proof of ownership.

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2005-12-24 23:47:06 | pauls writes:

Car was at auction in '01
www.practicalclassics.co.uk/auctionlot/by-id/1936685102/

Auction description:
Lot 067: Jaguar XK120 Roadster (1950)
British and Continental Touring cars, Coys (10th October 2001)
Lot Details
Auction British and Continental Touring cars
Coys, Olympia sales centre, Kensington
Type Car
Lot Number 067
Estimate £28000-£32000
Hammer Price -
Hammer Price (inc premium) £40000
Year 1950
Condition rating 1
Registration number VSJ782
Mileage -
Chassis number 660139

2006-01-02 05:09:39 | Duncan Moir writes:

Car currently fitted with 3.06:1 rear axle, close ratio Moss box, uprated engine on 2" SU's, D-type cams (Trafford), aero screens and bucket seats.

2010-03-26 00:42:03 | pauls writes:

Car registered for XK60

2015-04-01 06:34:09 | Duncan Moir writes:

Extract from the Elmgreen/McGrath bible:
Despatched 16 August 1950 to Brylaws, Melbourne and sold new on 28 November
1950 to John Calvert of Weering, Vic who raced it during 1951-53 with the
assistance of the tuning wizard Harry Firth at Templestowe, Rob Roy, Bathurst
(including the 1952 Australian Grand Prix), Ballarat and Fisherman's Bend.
During this time it recorded a 16.84s standing quarter and was at least once
raced by Harry Firth. Passed to Graeme Nicholson of Surrey Hills, Vic in
1954. Sold via Owen Bailey to Ken Richardson Car Sales in Queensland.
Nothing further known until late 1960s when it was owned by Mr. Smith in
Albury, NSW, (still with Queensland number plates) and then by W. Jones also
of Albury. Acquired from him in 1968 by Norris Saunders of Nathalia in
reasonable condition and sold in 1978 to the present owner who has restored
it.

2017-05-24 06:16:37 | Adrian Langford writes:

Seen in Knightsbridge, London 23 May 2017

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