The Jaguar XK120 Drophead Coupe was introduced in 1953 and combined the open-air allure of the roadster with the luxury of the fixed-head coupe. Only 1,769 of these drophead coupes were produced before production shifted to the XK140, making them the rarest of all XK120s, aside from the first limited run of alloy-bodied roadsters.
The featured 1953 Jaguar XK120 Drophead Coupe is finished in rare and sought-after Sherwood green with a matching leather interior and a new tan convertible top. It has been subject to a show-quality restoration and has just been released from a prominent collection. I personally believe the investment potential of this low-production Jaguar convertible will grow beyond your imagination, offered to the most demanding collector investor or enthusiasts who understands and appreciates the investment potential of this iconic motorcar.