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Record Creation: Entered on 24 October 2005.

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2005-10-24 06:08:40 | Lofty writes:

Seen here:

www.motorcities.com/contents/05B7M550810996.html

In case that page goes away, this is the text:

"Listed is my Professionally Restored, Very Rare, All original, Show Room Condition, 1953 Jaguar XK120 FHC (Fixed Head Coupe), 4-Spd with partial records. It comes in Classic Jaguar White Exterior with Blue Interior, VIN #679841 , with 48,702 miles on the odometer. It has been garaged its whole life, has NO mechanical or electrical issues (NO leaks or rust anywhere), and has never been involved in any accident. The paintwork is very professional. The undercarriage is unbelievably clean. It truly looks, runs and drives like a new vehicle. One will not find a nicer 1953 Jaguar XK120 anywhere on the internet. As always, the Certificate of Title is free and clear of any liens (no flood, reconditioned or salvage problems). For a more complete vehicle background, contact Carfax or the automobile manufacturer. Options: Original rebuilt 3.4 Liter 6 cylinder Dual overhead cam w/ 2 side mounted carburetors, 4-Speed Transmission (shifts super smoothly and responsively), Lester 4 Ply Polyester Bias 600/16 w/3” whitewall Tires: 90% tread Full Disclosure: There are 2 very mild, very small flaws in the paint on the edge of the hood from someone improperly closing the hood. Also, as you can see in the pictures, the burled wood, in isolated places, needs minor servicing."

Apparently sold for $60,100 via eBay.

2010-10-06 05:46:09 | Lofty writes:

To be at aution on Oct. 17 2010.
www.autrale.fr
Estimated 36 K.EUR

2010-10-07 16:15:12 | pauls writes:

URL for above:
www.australe.fr/index.php

Auction description:
N°lot 47
Marque JAGUAR
Modèle XK 120 COUPE
Immatriculation 679841
Année/Modèle 1953
Couleur
Mise à Prix 36000 €
Titre de circulation extra communautaire , dédouanné avec certificat FFVE, dossier complet pour immatriculation en Carte Grise Collection

2010-10-13 04:00:56 | Anonymous writes:

Not sold

2011-01-22 08:29:12 | Anonymous writes:

Return to auction on Jan. 31, 2011 by Australe.fr
Openning bid at 29,500 €

2011-07-04 11:31:55 | Reinhard Puetz writes:

Finally found a new owner and will be restored!

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