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Record Creation: Entered on 5 December 2018.

 

Heritage Notes

First Owner: Peggy Paige Walton

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2014-04-11 04:53:17 | Lofty writes:

To be auctioned on Saturday, May 10, 2014 in Monaco by RM Auctions www.rmauctions.com

Catalog reads:
Without Reserve
Estim. €70,000 - €90,000

220 bhp, 3,781 cc inline six-cylinder engine, four-speed automatic transmission, independent front suspension with wishbones, coil springs, torsion bars, and anti-roll bar, rigid rear axle with semi-elliptic leaf springs, and four-wheel hydraulic disc brakes. Wheelbase: 2,591 mm

Cosmetically restored to original specifications
Equipped with the desirable 3.8-litre engine
Accompanied by a JDHT Certificate

According to its JDHT Certificate, this 1959 XK150 was built on 1 October 1959, finished in Cream with a Tan interior, and was outfitted with an automatic transmission. It was then shipped to Jaguar Cars New York, where it was delivered new to a Peggy Paige Walton. Today, the car is believed to have had just four owners since new, and it is in splendid mechanical and cosmetic condition. The car was the subject of a full, comprehensive, and photographically documented restoration, in which the paint and interior were restored to their original specification. It has accumulated just 325 miles since the restoration was completed in 2007 and has been very well maintained by its current owner since.

This XK150 has been well maintained and preserved following its cosmetic restoration, and it would be a wonderful example for the enthusiast looking to enjoy classic British motoring at its best.

Titled as 1960.

2014-04-13 18:28:42 | pauls writes:

Lot 130 Sold for €72.800

2017-10-07 18:57:23 | pauls writes:

Car returned to auction 9/17

rmsothebys.com/en/auctions/LF17/London/lots/r158-1959-jaguar-xk-150-38-fixed-hea ...


Auction description:

Lot Number 103

1959 Jaguar XK 150 3.8 Fixed Head Coupé

Sold For £40,250

London

Chassis No. S 836482 BW

Engine No. VA 1161-8

Gearbox No. JBX 1484

Body No. J 10516

Documents: Form 13.20 A

Sold For £40,250


Fitted with its original 3.8-litre engine

Recent mechanical service, ready for the road

According to its JDHT Certificate, this 1959 XK 150 was built on 1 October 1959, finished in Cream with a Tan interior, and was outfitted with an automatic transmission. It was then shipped to Jaguar Cars New York, where it was delivered new to a Peggy Paige Walton. After passing through four owners, the Jaguar was due for a restoration. This restoration returned the XK 150 to its original, beautifully presented and mechanically sound specification. Upon completion of the restoration, the Jaguar was sold to the current owner in 2014. The current owner has recently had the car mechanically serviced, and has replaced the fuel hoses and parts of the brakes. The vehicle has undergone a test drive and is road ready.

As the last of Jaguar's fabled XK series of cars, every Jaguar enthusiast should strive to have one in their garage, as it represents a fine luxury sports car with lots of uniquely British character. This XK 150 has been well maintained and preserved throughout all its ownerships, and it would be a wonderful example for the enthusiast looking to enjoy classic British motoring at its best.

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