|3.4 XK120||Pastel Green|
|Fixed Head Coupe||Suede Green|
|Left Hand Drive||N/a|
|13 November 1953|
|19 May 1953|
|1953||British Racing Green|
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2017-11-30 13:55:25 | Mike C writes:
Listed for sale in Nov 17 issue of Hemmings and also on the HMN website. Owner's description:
Lloyd Jag XK Special. Built on modified 1953 frame. Serial 681199, Terry built 3.8 gold head engine. Triple Webers, geared starter, Aeroquip lines. Hardware grade 8 and stainless. Aluminum body by Jerry Weeks. Coilover five-link rear. 1.40 rack-and-pinion, 150 disc brakes. JCNA Best in Class 2002 annual concours award. Vintage logbook VSCDA, SVRA, HSR. Titled and licensed in Florida. Built in Indianapolis by professional builders and racers. 9" Dayton wire wheels, $125,000.
2019-06-24 07:31:07 | pauls writes:
Ebay item 6/24/19
Opening bid US $25,000 reserve not met 0 bids 9 days left in auction, seller fosterjag, car now said to be in New Castle, Indiana, formerly Howey In Hills, Florida, 3k miles.
Designed, built and restored by industrial design engineer Jim Lloyd (winner of SCCA class II national championship).
Based on Jaguar XK120 frame with 3.8L 6 cylinder engine weber carbs.
Wood dash board and steering wheel, chrome wire wheels with extra set of racing wheels and tires. Detachable roll bar.
Fitted with headlights and cycle wings for street use.
Winner of many concour shows. Eligible and competed in vintage car racing events.