One of rarest Jaguar ever produce Only 36 Units
Second to last XK produced from 1948-1961
Nut and Bolt Restoration 3000+ documented photos
Full Matching numbers with Heritage Certificate and Tools
History Since Day 1 Photo Documented
Extremely convenient located near Rotterdam port for export to USA or elsewhere. USA import tax 2.5%
We can provide full shipping service
tin enclosed temperature controlled showroom in Netherlands! Croatian EU registration ( first and only one after restoration done )
Here is offered second-to-last known surviving XK 150 Roadster
One of just 36 XK 150 3.8 LHD Roadsters built
Fully restored, with original engine, special equipment and desirable optional overdrive
Long-term ownership in the southern U.S.
A very late-production example, the second-to-last XK 150 3.8 Roadster known to survive and the fourth-to-last XK 150 Roadster completed, is without question the ultimate expression of performance of Jaguar's renowned XK-series, as it incorporated virtually every development and improvement that had been discovered in over a decade of production. Most important is the added horsepower and performance of the venerable Jaguar 3.8-liter straight-six, along with Special Equipment and optional ($165.00) Laycock de Normanville overdrive, which makes for comfortable highway cruising.
Completed in November 1960, this car spent much of its life in the Southwestern U.S., with one former owner, Alan Cruce, a Texas-based Air Force veteran, retaining the car for more than 23 years. Lured by the sound of the 3.8-litre engine, he enjoyed this car for only a short time before departing to undertake pilot training, from which point this XK 150 was rarely used. After years of dormancy, the car was purchased by its current owner and shipped back across the pond, where it was completely restored to the excellent standard in which it is currently presented.
This is a very rare opportunity to acquire a lovely XK 150 3.8 Roadster, with a matching-numbers engine and with Special Equipment and factory overdrive. With just 36 cars built in this configuration, it is an excellent example of one of the rarest variants of the Jaguar XK line and holds a special place in Jaguar history.