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2021-01-09 09:59:38 | pauls writes:

For sale Feb. 1985: Jaguar XK 150 FHC. Rare automatic with full “S” specifications. 3.8 litre. Reg. SXK 45. Registered Nov 60 as GO 20. One owner last 14 years. Extensive documented history. Complete mechanical rebuild (every moving part new or reconditioned) in 1974/75. Covered 19,000 miles since and still mechanically perfect and everything works as it should. New red Connolly re-trim in 1977 and still perfect. New door locks and window lifters. Full “S” model details including limited slip differential, twin pumps, straight port head, triple carbs, lead-bronze shells etc. E-Type finned alloy sump, large capacity oil pump, fully balanced engine. As new 15-inch chrome wires, new Dunlop SP sport tyres. Reconditioned hubs. Although needing a re-paint, the body is rust-free and largely corrosion immune, having had all parts prone to rust replaced with hand-made stainless steel and titanium panels. New galvanised factory rear wings. A very interesting car and a delight to drive! Insurance valuation certificate £10,000 dated 1980. Wymondham, Norfolk

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