Jaguar XK 120 US$ 179,000

Jaguar XK 120
Jaguar XK 120
Jaguar XK 120
Jaguar XK 120

Listed Price

US$ 179,000
approx. $ 179,000
approx. € 160.314,37
approx. 657,725.48 د.إ
approx. $ 254,985.50
approx. $ 235,477.18
approx. CHF 176,079.44
approx. ¥ 1,231,380.02
approx. £ 143,876.80
approx. $ 1,398,126.04
approx. 1.183.154,20 kn
approx. $ 3,418,960.86
approx. 1.552.745,70 kr
approx. 11.301.105,39 ₽
approx. 1 693 663,99 kr
approx. ฿ 5,530,518.25
approx. R 2,487,009.53
approx. $ 5,565,830.65
approx. ₱ 9,153,702
approx. 4 094 095,34 Kč
approx. ₨ 6,460,145.62
approx. $ 244,276.47
approx. $ 149,178.96
approx. $ 123.703.320
approx. B/. 179,000
approx. $ 358,000
approx. ₹ 12,339,902
approx. ¥ 19,363,683
approx. $ 483,756.45
approx. $ 266,289.35
approx. £ 143,876.80
approx. R$ 672.881,76
approx. ₪ 632,586
approx. ر.ع. 68,916.969
approx. 681 350,97 zł
approx. 381,674.18 $
approx. $ 568.888.850
approx. 19,130,586 Fr
approx. $ 179,000
approx. 651,738.82 ر.ق
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Details

  • Year: 1953
  • Location: Upland, CA, United States
  • Address: 1018 East 20th Street
  • Mileage: 60552 mi (97449 km)
  • Gearbox: Manual
  • Fuel type: Petrol
  • Color: Grey
  • Car type: Cabriolet
  • Drive: Lhd
  • Engine: 6 Cylinder
  • Interior color: Red
  • VIN: W83738
  • Condition: Used
  • Internal Reference: W83738

Description

The 111th of 1,471 LHD Drophead Coupes built First car bought by the consignor in 1971; indicates 60,511 miles Frame-off restoration by Lake Oswego Restoration, completed in 2006 Exciting and original color combination Chassis No. 677111 Engine No. W 8373-8 Gearbox No. JL 15986 Body No. P1112 190 hp, 3,442 cc DOHC six-cylinder engine with two 13/4-inch SU carburetors, four-speed manual transmission, independent front suspension with torsion bars, double wishbones, and an anti-roll bar, live rear axle with semi-elliptical leaf springs, and four-wheel hydraulic drum brakes. Wheelbase: 102 in. The first XK120s arrived in the U.S. in August 1949, delivered to distributors Max Hoffman in New York and Charles Hornburg in Los Angeles. Their sensuous flowing lines, 3.4-liter DOHC engines, and sparkling performance created a sensation that endures today. There were 7,631 roadsters built from 1949 to 1954 and 2,678 coupes between 1951 and 1954. The elegant, weather-tight drophead coupe arrived last, with 1,769 (1,471 LHD) produced until 1954. This stunning example was delivered to Charles Hornburg in Los Angeles and bought by Miss V.M. Donaldson on May 14, 1953. It is believed to have been in Oregon all its life and was the first car bought by David Adams, who purchased it as a high-school senior in 1971, having found it under a tarp in the suburb of Garden Home. Already a successful artist and sculptor, Adams realized that his sports car was going to need expert care and enlisted in the Foreign Car program at Mt. Hood Community College. He rebuilt his car (the first time) during the course and then interned at European car experts Leyfax Garage in Portland for three years, learning how to do a job perfectly-once. He then started a business importing classic cars from England and learning the fine points of a proper restoration. He also began a 10-year search for the correct parts for his car. This Drophead Coupe has been finished in its original Birch Grey with a French Grey top over a red leather interior and features the desirable curved-back seats. Though the original burl walnut interior wood was sound, it has been replaced with a complete new set, with the correct satin finish. The frame-off restoration, by Adam's own Lake Oswego Restoration, addressed even the smallest details, using mostly correct date-coded parts, as well as genuine Jaguar nuts, bolts, and hose clamps. The engine block is original, while the cylinder head is a factory replacement fitted long ago, as it lacks a stamping number. The starter is a gear-reduction unit, but the original is included. The car has also been fitted with Koni Classic shocks in the front and a two-inch stainless-steel sports exhaust system. The rebuilt transmission is original as per the JDHT Certificate. The paintwork is exemplary and unmarked, and the panel fits exact. The car has rear wheel spats and rides on Coker wide whitewall radial tires that resemble the original bias-ply tires. The correct jack, lug wrench, and owner's and service manuals are included, and the car even features the Oregon license plate it has carried for 44 years! The Jaguar has rarely been shown, though it did win Best of Show out of a field of 650 cars at Portland's All-British Field Meet after its restoration in 2006. No doubt, this would be an exciting and absolutely stunning Jaguar to drive into the California sunset. -

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