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Jaguar XK120, XK140 & XK150 photo

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Record Creation: Entered on 4 November 2018.

Database Updates: Show dataplate edits

Originality: Noted for being in "original condition"

 

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2005-12-07
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2005-12-07 16:26:52 | Urs Schmid writes:

actually 20000 miles from new; a time warp; featured in Henry Rasmussen's "Jaguars for the Road" (ISBN 0-87938-188-4) and Urs Schmid's "Jaguar XK 120, The Anatomy of a Cult Object" (ISBN 3-9521878-1-X). Henry Rasmussen titels the car as being "The Real Thing" and writes: "This XK 120 is the way it was when new. It has never been tampered with. Never been repainted. Of course, never been restored. It never had to be. It has gone only 12000 miles! It is new! Actually, better than new. It has the patina that comes with age, the charm and the beauty of an antique."

2018-11-04 08:12:24 | pauls writes:

The above book states at print time the car was owned by Thomas Kreid of Rancho Santa Fe, California.

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