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2006-09-22 17:38:13 | pauls writes:

Car to be at auction 9/30/06

Auction description:
The Spirit of Motoring
Ascot Racecourse England
Saturday 30th September 2006
Lot 215 1958 Jaguar XK 150 3.4 litre Drophead Coupe
Registration no: SBL 666
Chassis no: S827189DN
Estimate: £42,000-46,000
Manufactured in 1958 this desirable drophead coupe is finished in red and is described by the vendor to be in good condition all round. The interior is in good order and is trimmed in biscuit leather. Please note the car is supplied with the original wooden steering wheel as well as the Italian item fitted. Mechanically SBL 666 has an alloy radiator and header tank fitted along with a Kenlowe fan for stop/start city driving. Additional stopping power is provided by servo assisted brakes and Coopercraft calipers mounted at the front. The car sits on chrome 15" V12 E Type wheels with Avon 205 tyres. Modern comforts include a discreetly mounted radio/CD player and seat belts fitted front and rear. The car is supplied with an MoT valid until December of this year, a V5 document, Heritage Certificate and a history file.

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