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 3.4 XK120 Cream
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 Left Hand Drive Sand
 678140 12 March 1954
 678140 San Juan
 JL21283 Puerto Rico
 8 February 1954 United States
 1954 Cream
 Rest: Concours Sand
 Original San Juan
Puerto RicoPuerto Rico
United KingdomUnited Kingdom

United States27F168

United Kingdom693UYX


Record Creation: Entered on 13 August 2015.

Database Updates: Show dataplate edits


Photos of 678140

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Details Photos: Exterior (2)

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Restoration Photos: Engine (1)

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2015-08-11 05:42:35 | Lofty writes:

Car acquired by Northernjaguar.com August 2015.

2020-07-28 17:09:08 | Mark Jackson writes:

The car was 99% compleat given it spent all of its past life on the small island. It was located at the same dealership that it was sold to in 2016 and shipped back to the UK . I bought the car in late 2016 and spent 3 years restoring it. Completed full restoration in late 2019. This is one of less than a handful of XK120 sold into Puerto Rico. Only 2 others know about so far.

2020-08-05 01:24:09 | Paul Whitfield writes:

According to the book Jaguar XK120 In detail, there were two 120 OTS sold new to Puerto Rico, one in 1950 and one in 1953. Also, one FHC in 1953 and one DHC in 1954.

2020-08-05 08:54:11 | Mark Jackson writes:

Thanks Paul, that would make 678140 the only DHC sold into Puerto Rico!

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