This vintage gem was given a full rotisserie restoration.
Frazier Motorcar Company is pleased to offer the opportunity to grab a special 1958 Jaguar XK150. The car's previous owner purchased the car back in 1964 during the same week that they were married. At the time, they lived in Costa Mesa, California and took many trips in the west before returning home to Chicago.
Always garage kept and well maintained, the car was entered into many car shows and always brought home top honors. Back in 1997, the car went under the knife for a complete restoration. The husband was an engineer by trade and also owned a company specializing in mechanical solutions for the steel company, and on top of that, he was a perfectionist. He wanted the car to be returned to as original condition as possible. Although it took three years, the car received a full rotisserie restoration of the body and chassis, and both the engine and transmission were rebuilt.
Back in the fall of 2000, the International Jaguar Show was held in their hometown in Franklin, Tennessee. Jaguar owners from all over the world participated with almost every model and year. The family entered this 1958 Jag XK150 into the show and USA Today featured an article on the family, the car, and the small Tennessee town. The family entered it into many car shows with the local British Car Club, and although all the members are friends, they would end up frustrated when one particular Jaguar would take home top honors every time. Of course, that is this '58 XK150 pictured right here. Another time, the family was driving early one Sunday morning when a State Trooper flipped the lights and pulled them over. He He stopped them just so he could see the car up close and personal.
Gallery: Keep It Classy In This Restored 1958 Jaguar XK150
Unfortunately, the husband lost his hard-fought battle with cancer in May of 2018. Now the car is looking for an owner that will appreciate it as much as this family has over the years. The gear box number is JL39468JS, the body number is F15021, the chassis number is S830022.
Finished in a glossy white with a black convertible top over a black interior, the hard work put into this classy Jag is apparent. It is powered by a 3.4-liter 6-cylinder engine that has been rebuilt, and it has 84,500 miles on the clock.
If you would like to be the next person to appreciate this vintage Jaguar for what it is, contact Frazier Motorcar Company today. This vintage gem is listed at $183,500, but feel free to contact them with any offers.