WE ARE OFFRING FOR THE FIRST TIME IN THE USA THIS GREAT RE CREATION OF THE FAMOUS JAGUAR XK120. THE XK120 IS BUILD BY AMERICARS IN BRAZIL,AMERICARS BUILDS ONE OF THE HIGHEST QUALITY REPRODUCTION CARS FOR OVER 20 YEARS. This car is a replica of the famous and brutal Jaguar xk120 the winer of Le Mans. These are known to be highly engineered and well built replicas. It has a tube steel frame with a fiberglass body. These replicas so closely resemble the original car that they are welcomed into the proudly non snobbish Jaguar owners club. This car comes with authentic details such as windscreens and vintage badges,grill,bumpers, wooden dash, classic 50s style seats and door panels plus many other vintage details. It comes with a high performance Ford small block 302 motor with an automatic transmission. Yep, even many of the original Jaguars had automatics! Front and rear disk brakes bring this light car to a quick stop. With a curb weight of less than 2000 pounds this car is fast! please call Bob at 954-779-1000 for any questions that you may have. DELIVERY TIME IS 90 DAYS,IF YOU ARE A DEALER AND HAVE INTEREST OF BECOMING A DEALER PLEASE CALL BOB AT 954-779-1000 WE WILL SELECT 30 DEALERS NATION WIDE ONLY WITH PROTECTED TERETORY 2 Door,Convertible,Manual Transmission
Car was at Pebble Beach but has worked it way back home for London Classic Car Show
The goal was two-fold, as it is on so many classic car tours: have fun driving great cars, and raise money for a good cause.
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This car moves pretty fast. If you don’t stop and look around once in a while, you could miss it
The documentary was expected to premiere in August
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