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Record Creation: Entered on 26 December 2005.

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Heritage Notes

New to 23 year-old Phil Hill in Coventry. Winning car inaugural Pebble Beach Road Race 1950. First US race win for Jaguar.

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2005-12-25 22:57:52 | pauls writes:

Car was at auction in '01

Auction description:
Lot 257: Jaguar XK120 3.4 (1950)
Classic Cars, Bonhams & Brooks (18th August 2001)
Lot Details
Auction Classic Cars
Bonhams & Brooks, Monterey Auction Centre, Monterey
Type Car
Lot Number 257
Estimate $130000-$160000
Hammer Price -
Hammer Price (inc premium) -
Year 1950
Condition rating 3
Registration number JWK 496
Mileage -
Chassis number 670138

2007-03-01 17:32:53 | Ddavis writes:

Thiss car was apparently owned and raced by Phil Hill in 1950.

2011-05-20 09:41:43 | pauls writes:

Car apparently went unsold in the '01 auction. Multiple sources show no hammer price or high bid. Results also found here:

Only description given: Lot 257 Jaguar XK 120 alloy Race car Reg# JWK 496, Est. 130k - 160k

2011-05-20 09:49:14 | pauls writes:

Built February 1950

2014-07-27 16:07:42 | pauls writes:

Driven by: Phil Hill (USA) Result: 2nd Pebble Beach 1950.

2014-07-27 16:08:49 | pauls writes:

Driven by: Phil Hill (USA) Result: Won, Pebble Beach Cup 1950.

2014-07-29 04:48:56 | Anonymous writes:

To clarify the two above comments by Pauls, Phil Hill raced 670138 to a second place finish in a shorter, preliminary race at Pebble Beach on November 5, 1950. It was during this race that he shattered his clutch. Despite this, he then took 670138 to a decisive overall victory in the main event, though he started from behind, had no use of his clutch, and not a whole lot of brakes by the end either. He later called this his first important win. More info can be found in the November 1998 issue of Road and Track, and the December 2006 issue as well.

2014-08-05 06:58:14 | Anonymous writes:

Phil Hill's son Derek takes Wayne Carini for some laps around the old Pebble Beach race course in this car, for an episode of Chasing Classic Cars in 2013. There's a YouTube clip here:


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