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2020-11-21 10:44:34 | pauls writes:

Car now offered at:

woodham-mortimer.com/Cars/For-Sale/1952-Jaguar-XK120/9bd53d38-2886-4f33-a7e0-08d ...

Seller's description:

Year: 1952

Configuration: RHD

Price: £164,995

- Chassis number 660988

- Engine number W5114-8

- First Reg June 1952

At Woodham Mortimer we are very pleased to be able to offer for sale this wonderful 1952 XK120, owned by the same family for the last 18 years, this original, but sympathetically restored car comes with a complete history file with photographic evidence of the restoration.

The car was also the feature of a long article in "Classics Monthly" magazine in their May 2006 edition, a copy of which we have on file

This well cared for XK120 has taken part in numerous Jaguar events over the years, so will be well known to enthusiasts from across the world

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