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United KingdomTCA740

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2012-06-01 21:33:42 | pauls writes:

Reported in the June 2012 edition of the XK Gazette, Market Observer to be offered at DT Mathewson in Yorkshire, UK for EU79,995

www.mathewsons.co.uk/shop/product.php

2017-11-04 17:26:25 | pauls writes:

Car to be at auction 11/17
online.handh.co.uk/m/lot-details/index/catalog/8/lot/14101/

Auction description:
An Auction of Selected Classic Cars & Registrations
Auction Venue, Imperial War Museum
Duxford, Cambridgeshire
Wednesday 15th November 2017 at 1.15pm

- A right-hand drive, 'home market' car that has been extensively restored in recent years including conversion from fixed- to drophead coupe coachwork
- Fitted with a replacement 3.8 litre engine modified to 'S' specification with triple SU carburettors plus a Getrag five-speed manual gearbox and electric power steering
- Spax adjustable dampers all-round, 4-pot Coopercraft front brake callipers, high efficiency radiator core, alternator, hi-torque starter motor, stainless steel exhaust system etc

This stunningly-presented XK150 is a genuine righthand drive home market example that has not only been extensively restored and upgraded in recent years, but converted from Fixed to Drophead Coupe coachwork. The original engine has been supplanted by an S specification unit fed by a trio of 2 inch SU carburettors. The motor also benefits from: twin fuel pumps: alternator; high torque starter motor; 4.2-litre water pump conversion; high efficiency radiator core; stainless steel exhaust system; and battery isolator switch. It nowadays drives through a Getrag five-speed manual gearbox to an S type rear axle with limited slip differential.

The braking system features four-pot Coopercraft front calipers and Aeroquip hoses, while the suspension has been improved with competition bushes on the front and Spax adjustable dampers all round. The Jaguar rides on 15 inch E-Type chrome wire wheels shod with 205 x70 Vredestein Classic Sprint tyres. Other improvements of note include power steering and a 16 inch wood rim steering wheel. 'TCA 740' has been finished using modern paints and rust-proofing materials and is presented with British Racing Green bodywork complemented by Magnolia-coloured leather interior trim, Tan hood and hood envelope, and Dark Green carpet. The vendor unsurprisingly presently classes the car's bodywork, paintwork, interior trim, XK engine and transmission as all being in 'Very Good' condition. A superior example fully suited to today's roads and traffic.

2021-03-02 08:47:06 | pauls writes:

Car to return to auction 4/21

www.historics.co.uk/buying/auctions/2021-04-17/cars/ref-118-1959-jaguar-xk150-dr ...%C3%A9-sb/

Auction description:

Ascot Racecourse April 17th 2021

1959 Jaguar XK150 Drophead Coupé

Lot Number 200 Registration TCA 740 Chassis Number S824764DN Odometer reading 21,934 miles Estimate £95,000 - £110,000

A stunning example

Many upgrades and improvements

This superb Jaguar was manufactured in 1959 as a genuine UK registered right hand drive example. However it was built as a coupé and was professionally converted to a drophead coupé to exacting standards some years later. Mechanically, the car has also been sensibly modified; the engine upgraded to ‘S’ specification which is fuelled by a trio of two-inch SU carburettors. She also benefits from a high torque starter motor, twin fuel pumps, an alternator, high volume radiator and a stainless steel exhaust system. The gearbox is a five-speed Getrag unit and this is linked to an S-Type rear axle with a limited slip differential. To be expected, the brakes have been upgraded to four-pot Coopercraft front calipers and the suspension has adjustable Spax shock absorbers all round. Sitting proudly on 15” chrome wire wheels, perhaps the most significant upgrade is power steering making this XK150 a delight to drive. Finished in British Racing Green with magnolia interior and a tan hood, this delightful example is a joy to drive and will easily keep up with modern day

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