|3.4 XK120||Pastel Blue|
|Open Two Seater||Dark Blue|
|Left Hand Drive||French Grey|
|29 January 1953|
|23 January 1953||United States|
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Record Creation: Entered on 29 April 2020.
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2021-07-01 10:36:38 | XK Data writes:
The record was updated:
Owner: robert rost
First 120M in 1957. Two followed. Now, after some 30 years, the call became too great and am now the caretaker of S673499.(email)
Updated August 15th, 2021. Not legal proof of ownership.
Photos of S673499
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Exterior Photos (11)
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Uploaded November 2005:
Interior Photos (3)
Details Photos: Exterior (3)
Detail Photos: Interior (5)
Detail Photos: Engine (2)
Detail Photos: Other (2)
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2005-11-01 12:21:41 | Steven D. writes:
Car was listed for sale at:
Ad text reads:
1953 XK 120 red black. 14,000 original miles One owner family all its life serial # S673499 (a Special equipment model) Engine W7309-8S New paint, top and interior. Otherwise completely original
priced very fairly at
2007-10-18 23:56:19 | ben sweeney writes:
do you have the original gearbox? i own JL15395
2008-05-02 14:38:11 | Anonymous writes:
I saw this car today (5/2/08) in Murrells Inlet, South Carolina where it is being offered at a sealed bid benefit auction. It looks much the same as in the pictures above. It has a Heritage Certificate. The data plate, engine and body numbers are correct. The gearbox number according to the plate is JL15295, but I didn't confirm that it is still in place.
2018-12-01 07:09:53 | pauls writes:
Ebay item 5/16/19
Classified ad price: $97,000, car now said to be in Dallas, Texas, seller classics-rescue, 68kmiles.
1953 Jaguar XK120 OTS This Jaguar is a lovely example just out of long term ownership. This is a matching numbers unit that shows very, very well. It’s a older restoration that was done in the early 2000s and the previous owners has over $130k into the effort. Being an older restoration, it has been driven and enjoyed. This is not a garage queen and shows some “patina” from use. I would describe it as a strong #2 car.