This car has a very solid competition history over the last several decades, initially in the USA and then moving on to UK. Originally manufactured in July 1952, this XK120 was exported and subsequently distributed by Hornburg, Los Angeles of the same year. The car would remain in the US under the ownership of one Mr. Stephen A Bodensieck, a skilled gunsmith and highly experienced jaguar and Ferrari mechanic and enthusiast. The XK would move to its second US owner, Mr. Dick Miladelaroca who was recorded to have put the car through its paces at many Vintage Auto Racing Association events. Records also show the XK had won a Jaguar Club concours event under the ownership of Mr. Miladelaroca. Original photos show the XK racing on what appear to be Torque Thrust wheels or Rocket wheels (a magnesium copy of the Torque Thrust design). Once CSK303 had been imported back into the UK, it would be acquired by multiple high-profile owners and would become very well-known at the track. It has been successfully raced by drivers including Gill Watson, Mark Gibbon, Stefan Ziegler, Chris Keith-Lucas, and Gary Bartlett. More recently it has been used as the billboard car for Spa to Tour de Mont Blanc, highlighting the versatility and overall usability of the car. During it’s ownership in the UK, the car would be race prepared by CKL Developments and would successfully participate in events such as the HSCC, and the JEC Jaguar XK Championship. The car has a freshly-built Sigma 3.8 engine. It is an on-the-button race car and amongst other things can take part in this year’s Jaguar Classic Challenge one-hour race, preceding the Le Mans Classic 24 hour!
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The Mark V model of the British brand, was manufactured between 1948 and 1951. This unit has the largest engine of the two that rode this model with 3,485 c.c. 6 cyl and 126cv. It comes from France, LHD. Black color with black hood and red leather upholstery, fully reupholstered. Dashboard and wood terminations, spoke rims and tires with white stripe. This vehicle has been restored by AUTO STOR
– Year: 1956 – Engine: 6 cilinders 3.4L – Gearbox: 5-speed manual gearbox Getrag – Extras: Power steering wheel, brake discs, electrofan, wire wheels. 1956 Jaguar XK140 3.4L Fixed Head Coupe LHD with special “C Type” heads and twin SU carburetors. The car was restored by ourselves in 2001 under a high level Premium restoration without saving in any aspect of the car. The for
Make: Jaguar Model: MKII Convertible Year: 1965 Engine: 3.8L, 6 cylinders Gearbox: 4-speed manual gearbox This is a professional Barcelona´s coachbuilder masterwork, following the Vicarage conversion style. The frame was full reinforced and pilar B and C was changed. The 4 door sedan was converted in a 2 door cabriolet with powered top (hydro electric system comes from an XJS) and re
. Chassis no. 679902. Serial no. 670025. Body no. F 1039. Est. 300 bhp, 3,781 cc DOHC inline six-cylinder engine with a C-Type cylinder head and two SU carburetors, upgraded Borg Warner five-speed manual transmission, front independent wishbone suspension with torsion bars and an anti-roll bar, rear live axle with semi-elliptic springs, and front disc and rear drum brakes. Wheelbase: 102 in. The 2
Lovely restored E-Type Series 1 4.2 Ltr. Fully documented , older restoration.
Nicely restored XK 150 DHC 3.4 Ltr. in britishracinggreen. Matching Numbers and Colors . Older restoration still in very good Condition.
“Probably the best E-type in the world”, designed for the 21st century with quintessential British styling and a touch of modern technology. Recently completed an extensive restoration at CKL to bring the car to a concours standard, retaining the classic Jaguar essence whilst improving on its road tractability and comfort. Benefiting from a tuned 3.8 litre engine running on triple Webers conne
The 4.2 E-type would make its debut in October 1964, as part of Jaguar’s introduction of the new 4.2L straight six engine which had been developed for the Mark X. With an increase in cylinder bore size from 87 to 92.07mm the new 4.2 would offer more power in the lower gears and generally more torque, raised from 261 lbs/ft of the 3.8 to 283 lbs/ft. The new engine would still use the trusted 2”