1957 Jaguar XK140 MC Roadster Fully Loaded With Factory Options. Only 26,598 Miles. Receipts dating back to the 1970’s. This was built for shows. The original license plate is still on the car. More than $70,000 in receipts. Complete restoration from top to bottom, flawless & matching with a JCNA Certificate. 48 Miles since Restoration. Digital ignition, upgraded coils, plugs, wires. Upgraded fuel pump, sending unit, new gas tank, glass fuel filter. Carbs were built by Joe Curto in New York. Upgraded aluminum radiator with Evans waterless coolant and a electric fan.Bushing & torsion bars by Classic jaguar in Texas.
It’s a factory black and red roadster with absolutely every option. Close ratio trans, c type head, factory wire wheels, 14inch racing drums front and rear.
Chip Foose drew a photo when he saw this car. All original parts included. Seats were changed , radiator was changed, bumpers were removed. I have all the original parts. This car is something you will not find again, and it would not be for sale had something in our family come up.
$120,000 Or Closest Offer USD. Clear USA Title. This is the car you’ve been dreaming of.
Think about it, when have you seen such a gorgeous XK140 Roadster , 100% Matching Numbers, Matching Color with 48 Miles Since Restoration In 100 Percent Condition.
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