This is a late 1960, XK150 DHC, drophead coupe, 3.8, all matching numbers, Jaguar Heritage Certificate, 39,400 original miles, 4 speed with overdrive. There were a limited number of 3.8's DHC produced, 540 cars, with only 264 cars built with 4 speed and over drive, and only 60 total XK150 3.8 cars built with the higher 9 to 1 compression vrs. the 8 to 1 compression which this car has. I purchased this car from the original owners. It was an original car that had never been painted. It has never been in an accident so the doors, trunk, hood, top fits perfectly. I have had the body stripped to metal and repainted to a very high level in its original color, carmen red, which looks fantastic. The interior leather and Wilton Wool carpet was replaced and is excellent. All the original exterior chrome has be re-chromed and also looks fantastic. The car runs and drives perfectly without squeaks or noises, no vibrations - very smooth driving. All the engine nuts, bolts, clamps, are original to the car. It starts perfectly and does not require a trickle charge to maintain the battery. It shifts very well and overdrive works as it should. All electrical lights and gauges works correctly. Excellent tires and brakes. It has been very well maintained. There are no engine or transmission oil leaks at all. Original keys, operating manual, and tools. It is a Great driving car! email@example.com 614-783-8276
Note: Hagerty average car value for this car is $172,000.00.
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