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 3.4 XK140 
 Open Two Seater 
 Left Hand Drive 
 August 1955 
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 Rest: Concours 
United StatesUnited States


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2018-12-03 11:28:56 | pauls writes:

Car was at auction 8/14/08
russoandsteele.com/vehicle-details/_vehicle=3085&current_index=6&total_results=59&tsauction_id=39&a ...

Auction description:
1956 Jaguar XK 140 OTS Roadster
Consignment #: 1019
Estimate $90 – 115,000
Sold for $85,800

This 1956 Jaguar XK 140 has been used sparingly since it was modified to be a reliable and comfortable rally and tour car. Recently treated to a body-off restoration and documented with a photo album, the body and paint are finished to the highest standards. A new leather interior with leather bound carpets was also installed at this time. Under the bonnet, a 3.4L engine from a 1959 Mark 1 was selected for reliability and pleasant responsiveness, completely rebuilt and was then coupled with a five speed transmission. A Mallory Unilite distributor has been installed for further reliability, however, the rebuilt original conveys with the car. A new and correct Jaguar dual exhaust was fitted and for further convenience, the electrical system converted to a negative ground so modem electrical equipment can be used.

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