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S675852

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2018-11-29 11:34:02 | pauls writes:

Car was at auction in '06
www.bonhams.com/auctions/14487/lot/168/

Auction description:
Lot 168
1954 Jaguar XK120SE Roadster
Chassis no. S675852 Engine no. F3461-8S
Sold for € 36,800 (US$ 41,525) inc. premium
Les Grandes Marques a Monaco
Important Historic Motor Cars and Automobilia
20 May 2006, 17:00 CEST
Monte Carlo
Engine no. F3461-8S

Other than the odometer reading (64,146 miles) and the fact that its engine is in running condition, no information had been made available concerning this left-hand drive XK120 roadster at time of going to press. However, the ‘S’ chassis number prefix/engine number suffix indicates that it is a Special Equipment model fitted with the C-type cylinder head. It is hoped that further information will be available at time of sale.

Although the engine number on the block is as catalogued F3461-85, the cylinder head bears a different number of 7B9321/8.

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