The XK series established Jaguar as a premier manufacturer of sporting cars in the 1950s and early 60s, and cemented their reputation for generations to come. Their gorgeous sports cars with race-bred performance were built on a large enough scale to keep them affordable, but still special enough to make spotting one a memorable experience. Through three generations, the XK120, XK140 and XK150 evolved with each one an improvement in comfort, quality and performance over the last. The XK150 marked the most significant changes of all three XK models. Mechanically similar to the XK140 it replaced, it wore an all new body that still harkened back to the original XK120, but was modernized and reshaped to improve cockpit comfort. The XK150 was fitted with a version of the legendary C-Type’s four-wheel Dunlop disc brake setup. Initially, performance was down on the 140, thanks to the heavier body. But Jaguar soon remedied the situation with the XK150 S, uprated with a trio of 2” S.U. HD8 carburetors fitted to a straight-port cylinder head returning a healthy 250 horsepower, imparting the XK150 with performance that lived up to the impeccable style. In the same vein as its predecessors, th
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