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 S679896 19 August 1952
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 13 August 1952 United States
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Record Creation: Entered on 12 February 2020.

Database Updates: Show dataplate edits


Heritage Notes

Exterior color being "Red Sheen"; First owner Charles E. Leach

Photos of S679896

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2005-12-11 13:48:19 | Urs Schmid writes:

Car had 66000 recorded miles from new when laid up for 22 years by former owner Joseph Molnar, Hellertown PA, for reasons of being unable to change clutch without removing the engine; car was absolutely original when imported to Switzerland in 1991 but was in need of a complete restoration; car has been painstakingly restored to its original specification by present owner from 1991 - 1999; featured in Urs Schmid's "Jaguar XK 120 - The Anatomy of a Cult Object" (ISBN 3-9521878-1-X), showing duo-tone trim (this being very rare for a XK 120 FHC)

2008-11-08 07:16:14 | Peter Ingram writes:

Another first for this car is that it appears to be the earliest known 120 FHC survivor fitted with SE (Special Equipment)

2008-11-09 03:38:29 | Roger writes:

This may be one of the most beautiful XKs I've seen...I'm not normally a fan of red cars but this car carries it off so well I have to reconsider.

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