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1958 Jaguar XK150 DHC LHD 3.4 Litre Fully restored.


Manufacturer:Jaguar
Model:XK
Year:1958
Type:Sports/Convertible
Doors:2
Color:Red
Mileage:4,200
Seats:4
Engine:3,400
Transmission:Manual
Fuel:Petrol
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See photos, price, reviews and more details for 1958 Jaguar XK150 DHC LHD 3.4 Litre Fully restored. on this page. 1958 Jaguar XK150 DHC LHD 3.4 Litre Fully restored. for sale on profitable price. In order to better appreciate the vehicle you may see quality photos, seller description, technical specification and users reviews. If you want to buy 1958 Jaguar XK150 DHC LHD 3.4 Litre Fully restored. will contact you with the seller where you can discuss this vehicle in more detail, as well as information on discount, shipping detail or how to get a loan.


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1958 Jaguar XK150 DHC LHD 3. 4 LitreChassis number S[hidden information]Registration: UK plate being applied for. This car underwent a chassis off nut & bolt restoration five years ago. Since then it has covered a nominal 4000 miles. I collected the car from the owner in Germany & drove it back via Calais. It drove faultlessly & showed an unruffled indicated 180KMH on the famed Jabbeke straight where Jaguar conducted speed tests in the '50's. The car drives effotlessly being completely composed at high speed with the taut tight feel of a new car. The car was nut & bolt restored by the previous engineer owner who farmed out different bits of the work to different specialists whilst keeping a photographic record of the Restoration. The body was removed from the chassis & both made like new with every single bit of rot & corrosion being removed & new metal let in prior to the two being re-united. The donor car was rescued from a Californian barn where it had slumbered for a number of years. The exterior is finished in Bright red with the paint being in flawless condition. To the interior is Black leather piped in red. The leather dash has been replaced with a burr walnut item as is the gear knob. Black carpets & a black Mohair hood finish the trim off; the hood being lined in beige wool cloth. Chrome wire wheels adorn the four corners. The brief during the restoration was to make the car as drivable as possible. Thus the original Moss box has been discarded in favor of a brand new Getrag unit boasting five forward speeds & making the car a very relaxed cruiser. The car has occasional rear seats suitable for small children & are equipped with seat belts. This is a car that has had a fortune spent on it & all the teething troubles of a fresh restoration ironed out. It is ready for every day use or extensive continental touring. We also have a LDH Concourse XK140 DHC (pale green leather) & 120 DHC (biscuit Leather) coming from the same collection in British Racing Green. These will be with us in about a months time. A gallery of large high resolution pictures may be viewed by clicking the "More Pictures" button. Be sure to view image in "Original" format if you wish for a close up view. Menu is to right of picture. Office 01442 [hidden information]Richard Biddulph 07967 [hidden information]Adi 07853 [hidden information]We accept Credit/Debit Cards. Part Exchange welcome. Weekend & evening viewings OK. Viewings by appointment : Also published at eBay.co.uk

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Car location: GRAYS, United Kingdom
For sale by: Private seller
Last update: 29.06.2020
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