|3.4 XK120||Suede Green|
|Drop Head Coupe||Suede Green|
|Right Hand Drive||French Grey|
|4 November 1953|
|W9989-8||17 August 1954|
|23 October 1953||United Kingdom|
|2019||Light + Dark Blue|
|Nice Driver||French Grey|
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Record Creation: Entered on 17 March 2019.
Still on originally issued 1954 registration number
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2011-04-13 13:19:09 | Roger Holmes writes:
Purchased by me in running and part restored condition on the 24th of April 1989. Taken off the road in February 1990. Other prioities have delayed restoation until this year. It is intended to return the car to its original exterior and interior colours. Engine has been fully rebuilt but original Moss box is very worn and will require a rebuild.
2013-03-19 09:02:50 | Anonymous writes:
2016-07-15 04:21:38 | pauls writes:
Car to be at auction 8/16
August 20, 2016 auction
1954 Jaguar XK120 Drophead Coupé
Registration TMA 943
Chassis Number 667106
Engine Number W9989/8
Estimate £30,000 - £38,000
This genuine UK registered Jaguar XK120 was originally supplied by Henley's in Manchester on 17th August 1954 and has been owned by the current vendor for the last 27 years. After regular use under his stewardship, he took the car off the road in 2001 and has had her dry stored ever since. The original colour was suede green and at some stage she was painted red; in 1987 a colour change was recorded with the DVLA to Cotswold blue and this is how she still presents today. Clearly some restoration work has been carried out although, unfortunately, it is not known when or by whom. Our inspection confirmed this XK120 to be an ideal vehicle for further investment as it is a matching numbers example and still bearing the original registration number. The bodywork appears to be very good with little or no signs of corrosion; the hood is aged but in very good order and the interior trim very presentable and perfectly useable. Mechanically she has not been run for a number of years although the vendor did say she drove exceedingly well prior to going into hibernation, with no worrying noises and with good oil pressure. Supplied with a V5 registration document, a Heritage Certificate and some invoices and bills dating back to 1993, some light and sympathetic re-commissioning is required; however, taking into account the rarity of such cars, this is an outstanding opportunity to own a highly sought after, unmolested Jaguar.
2019-03-17 12:19:31 | pauls writes:
Car now offered at:
XK120 DHC RHD
Chassis no: 667106
A rare Jaguar restored some years ago for a Saatchi & Saatchi executive. The car is painted in Cotswold Blue with a two tone blue & cream leather interior. This is a lightly patinated car but in very solid & fine order with much money having been recently spent to put it in tip top mechanical order.
Just 295 Examples wwre made of the Right Hand Drive, Drop head Coupe version making it a rare car indeed. The car looks very very period fitted with spats to the rear whels & pressed wheels shod with new blockley tyres all round.
This is a very presentable car in excellent driving condition coming from a small collection of beautifully maintained cars. A good assortment of bills comes with the car attesting to proper regular maintenance. The rear lamps have recently been replaced with new "Old Stock" items sourced at Beaulieu to replace the pitted originals.
The interior woodwork is original as it left the factory. Two 6 volt new batteries have just been installed. A leather bonnet strap completes the period looking ensemble.