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United KingdomJKY636

GermanyFÜXK38H

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Record Creation: Entered on 11 September 2019.

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Heritage Notes

Local Dealer R Bamber & Co Ltd, Southport

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2008-10-28 10:50:07 | Lofty writes:

RM Auctions, in association with Sotheby’s is offering this car for sale in London on 29 OCT 2008. Information from their website includes:

“Delivered new to the United Kingdom, the XK 120 Drop Head Coupé offered here was purchased in 1988 by an Italian collector from its British owner. It was subsequently treated to a complete restoration upon its arrival in Italy and sold a few years later to another Italian gentleman based in Mestre. After three years of persistence, the vendor finally acquired this particular car in 1997 and has enjoyed it ever since.

A matching-numbers example it is reportedly very well sorted and is very nicely presented. With no known accidents in its history, the handsome XK 120 is finished in burgundy with a cream leather interior. Any shortcomings are generally quite minor and are relegated to certain paint imperfections and signs of wear in the restored interior. The car runs and drives very nicely and pulls beautifully in all gears. It is currently registered in Germany and is accompanied by an ASI passport, Heritage Certificate, and an assortment of handbooks and bills.”

Chassis No. 667136
Estimate: £45,000 - £55,000
Auction Date: Wednesday, October 29, 2008
Location:
Battersea Evolution

LOCATION:
Battersea Evolution
Chelsea Bridge Entrance, Battersea Park
London
SW11 4NJ, UK

2008-10-30 13:47:59 | Ed writes:

AUCTION RESULTS: Lot was Not Sold at a high bid of £35.000

2012-02-05 12:53:41 | pauls writes:

URL for above auction:
www.rmauctions.com/CarDetails.cfm

2016-08-29 07:04:09 | Michael Scott writes:

This car is referred to in Jaguar Driver magazine May 1987. Mario Briganti of Venice Italy was seeking information on its history. He gave details as follows:-
Registration number - JDY 636
Engine number - F1015-8
Original colour - Beige/green

2017-10-31 13:31:58 | Graham Briggs writes:

This drop head coupe was delivered new to my father and uncle on 12 November 1953 by Bambers of Birkdale, Southport, UK. It was finished in Suede Green with green upholstery. Engine number was F.1015/8. Would be interested to heat from the present owner.

2017-10-31 13:38:15 | Graham Briggs writes:

This drop head coupe was delivered new to my father and uncle on 12 November 1953 by Bambers of Birkdale, Southport, UK. It was finished in Suede Green with green upholstery. Engine number was F.1015/8. Would be interested to heat from the present owner.

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