|Fixed Head Coupe||Grey|
|Right Hand Drive|
|1960||British Racing Green|
|Work In Progress|
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Record Creation: Entered on 1 August 2008.
Database Updates: Show dataplate edits
Owner: Mike Bradly Russell
Updated August 14th, 2017. Not legal proof of ownership.
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2008-08-01 09:30:35 | pauls writes:
Car to be at auction 8'08
Sale 16250 - A Sale of Jaguar Motor Cars and Related Automobilia, 9 Aug 2008
XK60, Goodwood, Chichester, Sussex
Lot No: 205
1960 Jaguar XK150SE 3.4-Litre Coupé
Registration no. 900 AOM
Chassis no. S824582DN
Estimate: £7,000 - 9,000
In barn storage for the past 25 years, this late-1960 Jaguar XK150SE Coupé is equipped with the desirable manual/overdrive transmission and appears to have had only three owners from date of first registration. The vendor advises us that ‘900 AOM’ has been repainted at some time (from blue to green) and that the engine, although still a 3.4-litre unit, is believed not to be the original. Running and driving, although with inoperative brakes, the car is lacking a windscreen but otherwise appears substantially complete and highly original, and thus represents a sound basis for restoration. The vehicle is offered with old-style logbook and Swansea V5 registration document.
2014-06-23 20:32:27 | pauls writes:
Ebay item 6/23/14
Classified ad asking £25,000.
This is a barn find XK150 SE, it's an original right hand drive with a close ratio manual over drive gearbox with LSD. The car was built in 1958 but not registered until 1960, not sure why, the original colour was Cotswold Blue with gray leather trim. The car does drive, I've replaced some bits, 4 pot alloy from brake calipers steering rack mounts track rod ends new complete stainless exhaust system, de-coked the head, stripped and cleaned the carbs and fitted new main jets. Basically I like it how it is and thought it would be great fun to drive it to Jaguar meeting as it is but mechanically good, however I have far too many other projects and not enough garage space so a few will have to go. The body look a bit dim but is not to bad, it does however have a new original rear wing! The car is a project that does run and drive and will be great when finished.
2014-08-26 20:32:38 | pauls writes:
Car to be at auction 9/14
1958 Jaguar XK150SE 3.4-Litre Coupé Project
Registration no. 900 AOM
Chassis no. S824582DN
Engine no. V5032-8
£28,000 - 34,000
US$ 46,000 - 56,000
The Beaulieu Sale, Collectors' Motor Cars, Motorcycles & Automobilia
Beaulieu, National Motor Museum
6 Sep 2014 14:00 BST
A sought after 'Special Equipment' model, this example was fitted from new with the close-ratio overdrive gearbox and the limited-slip differential. Described by the vendor as a 'barn find', the car is offered for restoration and sold strictly as viewed. The engine is said to be very good, the chassis solid and the transmission sound. '900 AOM' has been fitted with a stainless steel exhaust and four-pot front brake callipers, and comes with an assortment of spares including a new wiring loom. Accompanying paperwork consists of a heritage certificate and all registration documents including the original buff logbook.
2015-03-16 07:10:43 | Anonymous writes:
auction yet again...
2015-06-04 18:58:43 | pauls writes:
Description from above auction:
Restoration show sale 2015
Registration: 900 AOM
Chassis Number: S824582DN
Engine Number: V50328
Number of cylinders: 6
Year of Manufacture: 1958
Estimate (£): 30,000 - 35,000
Sold for (£): Unsold
Appearing to be in notably solid condition the car is believed to be full matching numbers as confirmed by the accompanying Jaguar Heritage Certificate. Some minor recommissioning work has been undertaken on the car and we are told the engine runs well with good oil pressure. A stainless steel exhaust has been fitted along with new front brake calipers. The car comes with new windscreen chromes and wiring loom along with other assorted spare parts.
Inside the car seems to be very original, except for the carpets, and is mostly complete. The seats appear to be in remarkable condition considering their age and, along with the rest of the car, ripe for a very worthwhile restoration.
Presented with a Jaguar Heritage Certificate, the original buff logbook and a current V5C, '900 AOM' is a terrific motorcar that could be a "pride of joy" in a serious Jaguar enthusiasts' collection.
2018-05-18 12:35:28 | Mike D Adams writes:
I purchased this car recently and it is now going through a full restoration.