1955 Jaguar XK 140 SE
When the XK140 replaced the XK 120 it retained the same clean, flowing lines. A new more powerful engine was added along with improved steering and a new rack and pinion system, resulting in tighter handling and a smoother ride.
The engine was moved forward creating more legroom than in a 120.
The roofline of the XK140 was lengthened to allow room for rear seats.
Full bumpers were fitted and gave the 140 a more distinguished.
3,442cc DOHC Inline 6-Cylinder Engine
4-Speed Manual Transmission with Overdrive.
Independent Front Suspension
Matching numbers engine
This beautiful XK 140SE was originally shipped to the US on the east coast.
The current restoration is approximately 15 years 0ld and show as if it was done yesterday.
The color was changed to the current green from a light blue color.
We are a certified Jaguar service facility with specialized restoration experts. It has gone through a thorough inspection and all systems are operational.
The car is registered with aJCNA Heritage certificate
The ride and drive of this lovingly cared for classic is tight and responsive
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