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United Kingdom327XUY

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2011-07-30 16:11:23 | Michael Scott writes:

This car was advertised for sale in "Classic Cars" magazine December 1996 for £37500 by Nigel Dawes Limited.
Registration number given as YOU 55. colour photo.

2013-10-26 10:35:26 | pauls writes:

Car to be at auction 11/13
www.silverstoneauctions.com/1950-jaguar-xk120-roadster-2720

Auction description:
NEC Classic Motor Show Sale
1950 Jaguar XK120 Roadster
Lot No.: TBA
Registration: 327 XUY
Chassis Number: 660252
Engine Number: W1994-7
Number of cylinders: 6
CC: 3442
Year of Manufacture: 1950
Estimate (£): 67,000 - 75,000

This car is a genuinely exceptional UK market right hand drive car first supplied on 24th November 1950 by Henlys of London. It can only be described today as being in exceptional and highly original condition, confirmed by the matching numbers on the chassis, body, engine and gearbox. Restored completely by XK experts, Guy Broad, the Opalescent Silver paintwork has been refinished to a very high standard indeed and contrasts beautifully with the patinated and original red leather upholstery. The car has settled well from it's restoration and now benefits from some minor but important upgrades including telescopic shock absorbers (rather than lever arms), Coopercraft brake conversion, period looking Britax safety belts and a stainless steel exhaust.

The comprehensive history file shows both ownership and restoration history fully with all invoices present, and also includes a period of ownership by noted Jaguar expert - Nigel Dawes. The car has just been inspected, serviced and given a fresh M.O.T in time for the sale by the fastidious vendor, who is himself a noted car collector. There is also a copy of the December 1996 Classic Car magazine where this particular car featured on the front cover. Complete with the original buff log book, "327 XUY" is now ready to be enjoyed once more with the satisfaction of knowing that the market continues to recognise the significance of these early and important Jaguar XK 120's.

2018-11-02 10:45:47 | Roger writes:

Car to return to auction 11/18

www.silverstoneauctions.com/1950-jaguar-xk120-roadster-13432

Auction description:

  • NEC Classic Motor Show Sale 2018
  • Lot No.: 609
  • Registration: 327 XUY
  • Chassis Number: 660252
  • Engine Number: W1994
  • Year of Manufacture: 1950
  • RHD/LHD: Right Hand Drive
  • Estimate (£): 100,000 - 120,000

UK-supplied in right-hand drive on the 24th November 1950 by Henlys of London Matching numbers and fully restored by XK specialists Guy Broad Subtly upgraded with telescopic shock absorbers, Coopercraft brakes and Britax safety belts Recently serviced by Cotswold Classic Restorations at a cost of £2,107 in July 2018 A myriad receipts, buff log book, a copy of Classic Car Magazine with 327 XUY as a cover car In private ownership since 2013, other notable owners include Jaguar expert Nigel Dawes

This car is a genuinely exceptional, UK-market, right-hand drive car first supplied on 24th November 1950 by Henlys of London. It can only be described today as being in highly original condition, confirmed by the matching numbers on the chassis, body, engine and gearbox. Restored completely by XK experts, Guy Broad, the Opalescent Silver paintwork has been refinished to a very high standard indeed and contrasts beautifully with the patinated red leather upholstery. The car has settled well from its restoration and now benefits from some minor but important upgrades including telescopic shock absorbers (rather than lever arms), a 'Coopercraft' brake conversion, period-style Britax safety belts, and a stainless steel exhaust.

The comprehensive history file shows both ownership and restoration history with a number of relevant invoices, and also records a period of ownership by noted Jaguar expert and Bon Viveur - Nigel Dawes of Birtsmorton Court. There is also a copy of the December 1996 issue of Classic Car magazine where this particular car featured on the front cover. Purchased through us in 2013 by a regular buyer who is a fastidious collector, the car has been kept in a “Carcoon”, used for jaunts to Goodwood Revival, and benefitted in July from some £2,107 worth of servicing works at Cotswold Classic Restorations, the local [expert] that looks after all of our vendor's cars. Complete with the original buff logbook, "327 XUY" is ready to be enjoyed by its next custodian.

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