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660437

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United KingdomGSA56

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Record Creation: Entered on 19 May 2017.

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2007-08-10 06:16:04 | Lofty writes:

Offered for sale by Jeremy Wade in XK Gazette Aug. 2008 issue.
With discs and spats

2008-07-02 14:17:17 | Anonymous writes:

Reference www.xkclub.com/classified_ads.htm, July 2008

Jaguar XK 120 Roadster. Early (1950) RHD English car, chassis 660437. Finished in red with grey leather interior and black mohair hood, tonneau and sidescreens. 5K miles since total body off chassis, last nut and bolt restoration. Fitted Jaguar all-synchro overdrive gearbox, servo assisted front disc brakes, rear telescopic shock absorbers, extra cooling capacity, radial tyres, stainless exhaust system, luggage rack, seatbelts, wind deflectors and bonnet strap. Original 5-digit registration number, one owner for 40 years, early green log book and history file/photos of rebuild etc. Fully sorted for long distance, effortless touring and rallying. £52,500. Mike Ridley, tel 01952 604279 (any time).

2017-05-19 03:52:04 | pauls writes:

The May 2017 edition of the XK Gazette reports the car now sold at:
www.fenderbroad.com/cars-for-sale/cars-recently-sold/1950-xk120.html

Sellers description:
Model: XK120
Exterior Colour: RED
Interior Colour: CREAM
Reg. Number GSA56
Transmission type: MANUAL+ OVERDRIVE
Year of Manufacture: 1950
Mileage: 65K
Engine Size: 3442
Engine Number A8622-7
Chassis Number 660437

£89995

Our 1950 built car is a rare car to come for sale. One of the very earliest XK's built in right hand drive specification retaining its original chassis and registration number.

With only 3 owners since 1990 during which time the car has been restored and carefully maintained with some subtle upgrades including all synchro overdrive gearbox and disc brakes. The car presents really well in the classic colour combination of red body with excellent beige trim and chrome wire wheels. The colour change came as part of the full body off chassis restoration and the car was clearly restored very well as it remains in very fine condition indeed.

There is a substantial history file supplied with the car including the original green log book, magazine articles and photos plus photos of the restoration and a plethora of bills for maintenance and improvement

Wanting for nothing this car presents a rare opportunity to own a very early original right hand drive XK which is on the button and ready to go.

2018-10-29 12:55:44 | Nicholas vince writes:

I would be interested if anyone has any photos or history for this Car, I have now owned her for nearly two years now she’s become part of the Family


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