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T825242DN

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United Kingdom5552PX

United Kingdom496UYX

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2017-11-16 16:33:24 | pauls writes:

Car to be at auction 12/17
www.bonhams.com/auctions/24124/lot/116/

Auction description:
Lot 116
1960 Jaguar XK150 3.8-Litre 'S' Coupé
£130,000 - 160,000
US$ 170,000 - 210,000
The Bond Street Sale
2 Dec 2017, 14:30 GMT

Registration no. 496 UYX
Chassis no. T825242DN

*One of only 115 right-hand drive models
*Delivered new in the UK
*Full matching numbers
*Overdrive transmission
*Believed genuine circa 51,000 miles recorded

The car we offer is one of only 115 right-hand drive 3.8-litre 'S' coupés made and thus is one of the rarest of all XK150 variants. In his book 'Jaguar XK140/150 In Detail', former Jaguar Daimler Heritage Trust archivist, Anders Ditlev Clausager lists all the XK150 3.8-litre 'S' chassis, this example being the 79th RHD FHC made.

We are advised by the vendor that the car is totally correct, finished in its original colour scheme of Sherwood Green with Biscuit interior, and retains its original engine (number 'VAS1191-9'). Chassis number 'T825242DN' was first registered (as '5552 PX') in May 1960 through the dealership Fields Engineering in Crawley, Sussex to a Mr F W Oxley. The car remained in the UK for most of its early years, carrying two further private registrations, but for the last two decades or so has resided in Austria. While there it formed part of a private collection and spent most of its life in a small museum. The mileage indicated is some 51,000, and while this figure correct cannot be verified it is believed to be correct.

We are advised that no changes or modifications have been undertaken to the car apart from discreetly placed tow hooks front and rear; a very well engineered anti-bump arrangement to the rear suspension; seat belt fittings; and a 'Halda' type cable drive mechanism fed to the cockpit. The car is described as in excellent condition, with flat side panels and quite remarkable door shuts, often a feature that disappoints with so many XK 150s. The boot area is in mint condition, the engine bay presents very well, the interior is very smart and the underside is fully Waxoyled. The car has been serviced and fitted with a new set of 72-spoke chrome wire wheels shod with new Blockley radial tyres. The current owner, who has some 40 years of experience in the restoration and racing of XKs, is of the opinion that this is one of the best road-going examples he has ever experienced and a fitting testament to Jaguar's enduring capability to produce something special.

This is a car ready to be used immediately, and with race preparation would not disappoint as a rally, track day, or race-car. Very rare in right-hand drive form, this unmolested, full matching numbers XK150 3.8-litre 'S' is worthy of the closest inspection.

2017-11-17 07:27:29 | Lofty writes:

Was also reg JKS 24 & CU 22

2017-12-19 21:07:03 | pauls writes:

Sold for £186,300 (US$ 248,884) inc. premium

2019-03-15 11:22:08 | pauls writes:

Car returns to auction 4/19

www.bonhams.com/auctions/25450/lot/37/

Auction description:

Lot 37

1960 Jaguar XK150 3.8-Litre 'S' Coupé

Registration no. 5552 PX Chassis no. T825242DN

£ 140,000 - 160,000

Goodwood Members' Meeting

7 Apr 2019, 13:00 BST

*One of only 115 right-hand drive models

*Delivered new in the UK

*Overdrive transmission

*Believed genuine circa 51,000 miles recorded

The car we offer is one of only 115 right-hand drive 3.8-litre 'S' coupés made and thus is one of the rarest of all XK150 variants. In his book 'Jaguar XK140/150 In Detail', former Jaguar Daimler Heritage Trust archivist, Anders Ditlev Clausager lists all the XK150 3.8-litre 'S' chassis, this example being the 79th RHD FHC made.

We are advised by the vendor that the car is totally correct, finished in its original colour scheme of Sherwood Green with Biscuit interior, and retains its original engine (number 'VAS1191-9'). Chassis number 'T825242DN' was first registered 5552 PX in May 1960 through the dealership Fields Engineering in Crawley, Sussex to a Mr Oxley. The car remained in the UK for most of its early years, carrying two further private registrations, but for the last two decades or so has resided in Austria. While there it formed part of a private collection and spent most of its life in a small museum. The mileage indicated is some 51,000, and while this figure correct cannot be verified it is believed to be correct.

We are advised that no changes or modifications have been undertaken to the car apart from discreetly placed tow hooks front and rear; a very well engineered anti-bump arrangement to the rear suspension; seat belt fittings; and a 'Halda' type cable drive mechanism fed to the cockpit. The car is described as in excellent condition, with flat side panels and quite remarkable door shuts, often a feature that disappoints with so many XK 150s. The boot area is in mint condition, the engine bay presents very well, the interior is very smart and the underside is fully Waxoyled. The car has been fitted with a new set of 72-spoke chrome wire wheels shod with new Blockley radial tyres.

This is a car ready to be used immediately, and with race preparation would not disappoint as a rally, track day, or race-car. Very rare in right-hand drive form, this unmolested, full matching numbers XK150 3.8-litre 'S' is worthy of the closest inspection.

2019-09-06 10:28:16 | pauls writes:

Car to return to auction 9/19

www.bonhams.com/auctions/25454/lot/249/

Auction description:

Goodwood Revival

Collector's Motor Cars and Automobilia

14 Sep 2019, 13:00 BST

Lot 249

£ 120,000 - 150,000 US$ 150,000 - 180,000

1960 Jaguar XK150 3.8-Litre 'S' Coupé

Registration no. 5552 PX

Chassis no. T825242DN

Sold for £ 88,333 inc.premium, (US$ 110,429)

Otherwise same as above.

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