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681161

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Record Creation: Entered on 30 December 2007.

 

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2009-10-01 14:05:14 | XK Data writes:

The record was updated:

  • Body Number was added: J3181
  • Engine Number was added: W8315-8
  • Gearbox Number was added: JL16480
  • Last Seen was changed from 2007 to 2009
  • 2010-12-28 01:00:46 | XK Data writes:

    The record was updated:

  • Registration numbers (raw data): was added: 620EKF91|
  • Registration number location (raw data): was added: France|
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    2007-12-30 10:30:33 | Lofty writes:

    At auction by Osenat on Dec. 16, '07 in Fontainebleau (France).
    Estimated 40/50 K.EUR
    Best offer was 38KEUR.
    Not sold

    2009-10-01 12:26:15 | Lofty writes:

    Offered for sale on LVA (dedicated newspaper).
    Label Price: 55 KE ono

    2010-12-27 23:27:43 | pauls writes:

    URL and description from '07 auction:
    www.osenat.fr/intro/intro2/anglais/vendre-acheter.html

    Lot n° 250
    1953 JAGUAR XK120 Coupé
    Estimé : 40 000 / 50 000 €
    Traduire la description de ce lot
    Châssis n° 681161
    Carrosserie : Coupé 2 places
    Moteur : 6 cylindres en ligne de 3 442 cm3
    Puissance : 210 CV à 5 750 tr/mn
    Distribution : 2 ACT, soupapes en tête
    Alimentation par 2 carburateurs SU H8
    Boîte de vitesses : Manuelle à 4 rapports + MA
    Transmission aux roues arrières par pont rigide
    Carte grise de collection.

    Le 1er Salon de l'après-guerre tenu en Angleterre ouvrit ses portes le 27 octobre 1948.
    Personne n'était préparé au choc que causa la présentation sur le stand Jaguar d'un fin roadster de couleur bronze, l'XK 120.

    William Lyons venait de placer la barre très haut, en ce qui concernait les voitures de sport et de série, 50 ans plus tard, on se retourne toujours sur la ligne superbe du roadster et on écoute avec le même ravissement le feulement du moteur XK, 6 cylindres en ligne, 2 ACT.

    Le roadster entra en production en 1949 et la demande fut instantanée.
    Partout dans le monde, des XK 120 franchirent la ligne d'arrivée les premières.
    Aujourd'hui encore beaucoup de XK 120 participent à des rallyes et procurent beaucoup de plaisir à leurs conducteurs.

    Le modèle présenté est Matching Numbers

    2011-12-22 08:06:26 | Anonymous writes:

    Not sold during this auction sale
    :-(

    2013-07-29 16:55:11 | John Feser writes:

    I recently bought a XK 120 FHC, and need an Operating and Maintenance Manual so found a used one on Ebay for not much money. On the third page it had the serial number of 681161, engine, W8315-8, body J3181, gearbox JL1640. So at some point it is long life it belonged with this XK 120, which looks to be in France. It is in a three ring binder, which reads, National Security Agency, Fort George G. Mead, Maryland. So maybe this car lived part of it life in the Washington, DC/Maryland/Virginia USA area. Small world.

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