1954 Jaguar XK120 Drophead Coupe for sale! Motorcar Classics is
proud to present this superb Jaguar XK120 Drophead Coupe featured
in Pastel Green with Dark Green leather interior and Black cloth
soft top. The pioneering Jaguar XK120 Roadster was launched at the
1948 Earls Court Motor Show and was an immediate success. This very
stylish car had a top speed over 120 mph (hence the 120 name), and
was tremendously good value for money being considerably cheaper
and more advanced than any rival. It was the first car to feature
Jaguars all-new 3.4L double overhead camshaft engine with twin SU
carbs, which in various displacements went on to power all Jaguar
cars - both sedan and sports, for about forty years. In 1951 a
Fixed Head Coupe version was introduced, with a Drophead Coupe
joining the range in 1953. Both of these cars featured wind-up
windows, external door handles, and a walnut dashboard. Production
of all models ended in 1954 when the XK140 was introduced.Our car
is reported to have been the subject of a frame-off restoration in
1999-2001. The car underwent a mechanical rebuild, new wood trim
and full fresh interior. It has been cherished and enjoyed since
with a further fresh brakes and suspension detail and service in
2006. The steering box was rebuilt last year. This fine XK120 is
fully-sorted and reliable. It is a delight to drive and perfectly
suited to touring or concours events. Your inspection is invited.
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