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675622

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 1954 Old English White
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Record Creation: Entered on 22 January 2013.

 

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2013-01-21 20:25:46 | pauls writes:

Car was at auction 1/13
www.bonhams.com/auctions/20582/

Lot 414
Estimate $50-70k

2013-02-05 12:28:20 | pauls writes:

Additional description from above auction:

Lot 414
1954 Jaguar XK120 Roadster
Chassis no. 675622
Engine no. F3199-8
• 3,442cc inline six-cylinder
• Four-speed manual transmission
• Open Two Seater coachwork
• Two long-term owners
• Nicely patinated original car

This 1954 XK120 Open Two Seater was donated by the previous long-term owner to the Larz Anderson Museum of Transportation in Brookline, Massachusetts in the early 1990s. Documents on file indicate the Jaguar had previously been acquired at auction on May 21, 1972. Finished in Old English White with black leather interior, the Jaguar showed approximately 90,000 miles at the time it was donated, having benefited from an engine rebuild sometime prior to this.

An earlier appraisal noted the car was a "previous trophy winner and has taken first place awards in Jaguar Concours National meets". The Museum's Executive Director, John H. Sweeney, a noted classic car collector and enthusiast in his own right, purchased the Jaguar in 1995 and used the car sparingly, mainly for rallies in New England. The Jaguar moved from Massachusetts to take up residence with Sweeney's brother in Washington in 2011, and now shows 14,177 miles on the clock. Having benefited from two long-term keepers over the past 40 years, this XK120 has been maintained in both substantially original and sound condition throughout.

Without reserve
Sold for US$ 64,400 inc. premium

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