|Drop Head Coupe||Red|
|Right Hand Drive||Black|
|2 October 1953|
|22 September 1953||United Kingdom|
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Record Creation: Entered on 10 October 2008.
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2009-10-31 15:23:43 | Lofty writes:
Seems to be last used 1994 mileage 57197. So unrestored engine & garbox. Body v good restored. Trim needs seats & top redoing rest good. Chrome fair to v good.
2009-11-02 07:30:15 | Peter Ingram writes:
667003 is the only known 120 DHC RHD survivor prior to yours 003 is with Dr DH Gordon in Belmont NSW
2011-08-04 11:42:36 | Michael Scott writes:
See "Jaguar XK Series-The Complete Story" by Jeremy Boyce in the colour photo section for a photograph of this car in un-restored condition-very tatty. Caption says car bought in 1966 for £50 and used everyday for seven years.
2016-06-01 21:54:46 | Jeff Williams writes:
006 now resides in New Zealand. More to follow when time permits.
2017-06-09 15:34:38 | Jeremy B writes:
I am pretty cartain that the car was fitted with a 3.8 unit.
2019-02-26 13:26:26 | Jeff Williams writes:
Your comment Jeremy on the 3.8 engine. Where did you get that info from?
I haven’t checked but it did go like hell on the trip to Southhampton docks.
Maybe your right, I will have a closer look.
2019-03-05 18:08:27 | Jeff Williams writes:
Jeremy, casting on engine block 3 1/2 ltr. So not 3.8.
2019-03-06 00:20:21 | Jeremy B writes:
Hmm. As I remember, bearing in mind this was some 48 years ago, the owner said he had fitted a 3.8 lump. However, it is true that he was prone to self-aggrandisement porky pies.
2021-08-29 13:52:09 | Jeff Williams writes:
Jeremy, I guess it may have had a 3.8 in its racing days but whoever it was wasn’t all bad cos he must have kept the original 3.4. Someone then stuck it back in.
Thanks for the chrome ‘B’ post trim pieces, all re-chromed and fitted. Car on the road.