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S835195BW

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2007-11-05 09:14:00 | pauls writes:

Car offered at:
www.cumminscars.com/jagxk150bang.html

Sellers description:
1958 Jaguar XK 150 FHC
Red, Red leather, Manual, 3.4 litres, 110 miles, chrome wire wheels. VIN-No. S835195BW AUS$ 72,950

This 1958 Jaguar XK 150 Fixed Head Coupe has only done 110 miles since a sound restoration some seventeen years ago. Taken out of storage and now recommissioned, this lovely looking car is ready for its new owner.

Originally delivered new to the United States, this vehicle spent much of its life in the dry state of Arizona, coming to this country in 1989 when it was restored before coming to its last owner in 1990.

Introduced in 1957, the XK 150 was the last and most sophisticated of the Jaguar XK series that ran throughout the 1950s, and this car with its bright red paint work, red leather interior and chrome wire wheels is a good example of the famous English marque favoured by the Hollywood set of the time.

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