Jaguar XK140 Roadster RHD 1956 - Genuine Racing History Despatched 7th February, 1956 to Bryson’s, Sydney (one of only 3 XK140 RHD OTS cars delivered to Australia). It was raced in period by Bernie Maudsley at the AGP (Australian Grand Prix) meeting at Lowood in June 1960, with wire wheels fitted. The previous owner bought the car in 1980 and kept it for 34 years. He finally decided to take the car back to bare metal and carry out a full nut and bolt restoration. The present owner took ownership in July 2014 on completion of the restoration and has brought the car back with him to London. This represents a very rare opportunity to acquire not only a very rare RHD XK140 roadster (one of only 73 cars produced worldwide) but one of very few XK's with genuine period race history. Thus making the car eligible for all of the prestigious touring events.
(SOLD) This beautiful, matching numbers, XK-140 SE DHC has been well cared for with recent service receipts. This Jaguar shows wonderful patina throughout. This is a limited ownership DHC with the second owner owning the car for over 40 years! The recent owner kept all of the receipts for the vehicle. This XK is a very spacious in leg room and comfort. It has been exercised regularly and runs like a champ. It’s equipped with four brand new wide radial white wall tires and a full size spare, this lovely car is ready to be driven and enjoyed. It features a beautiful wood dash with full functional instrumentation. This 140 DHC is accompanied by a Jaguar Heritage Certificate of authenticity and licensed with California Historical Plates. This DHC is a rare example and is highly collectable.
(SOLD) Our vehicle is in good overall condition and well cared for, and drives very well. It has an interesting history, and has very good interior, paint and chrome. This XK is an older restoration, has had a recent engine head rebuild, and a recent complete service. This vehicle does not need to be restored, it is a good driver as is. Classic Showcase, Inc. did not restore this vehicle. We did, however, take this XK on a recent outing to a British Car Event. We drove it about 70 miles round trip. This 1957 Jaguar XK-140 ran splendidly at 65-70 mph on the freeway and handles superbly on country roads throughout the whole trip. This turn key Jaguar XK-140 is ready for its new home. Comes with a convertible top, tonneau cover, and removable side curtains
(SOLD) This beautiful 1955 XK-140 MC Fixed Head Coupe is finished in an elegant Imperial Maroon with a Biscuit leather interior. It has recently undergone a professional, bare-metal, three-year rotisserie restoration, sparing no attention to detail. During the restoration process, the XK-140 received original or factory-correct components, including the original Lucas J headlights, driving lights, Wilton wool carpets, and English leather seats. In addition, the Fixed Head Coupe comes equipped with very nice upgrades including a Ron Davis aluminum radiator, an electric fan, and a full stainless steel exhaust, making it ready for long touring. While the engine head is the original C-Type MC-specification head that came with the car, the block was updated to a XK150 for improved performance. This XK-140 is sure to allow for grand touring reaching an effortless cruise of 80 mph. This beautiful Jaguar is fun to drive, great for touring, and can be competitive in showing.
(SOLD) Mechanical: engine fully rebuilt w/ new pistons, bearings, valves, guides, seals, timing chain, head completely rebuilt, rebuilt carburetors, clutch, all new brakes with neoprene bushings, drive shaft balanced, new adjustable front and rear shocks, chassis and many other parts powder coated, new suspension, under carriage fully rebuilt, new wire harness, gas tank restored and epoxy sealed, rebuilt fuel pump, all electrical components, gauges, knobs, switches rebuilt, rescreened, all instruments rebuilt, replaced stone guards, new custom exhaust system with headers, rear end completely rebuilt with upgrades as well as the transmission. Body & Interior: Body stripped to bare metal finishing and finished on rotisserie, doors, bonnets and boot fit to body, epoxy sealed and painted, color sanded and buffed all, new rubber, seals, grommets and gaskets, trim and bright work replaced or replated, new leather seats, carpet, panels, dash, headliner, etc. Restore the convertible top bows, install a new convertible top, and a new boot for convertible top, new exhaust system, a new battery, restore instruments; 5 new tires and wire wheels. It has performance upgraded, bored with larger p
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1956 Jaguar XK-140 DHC *Two owner car with 16,431 original miles. Not many low mile Jags of this era on the road anymore.* *Current Offering* - Chassis 818545, Blue / Red - Survivor condition. - All numbers matching, two owner car with 16,431 original miles. - One repaint in original color, and an all original interior. - No rust anywhere. - It was last on the road in 1999. - We towed it to the shop, freed up the brakes, made sure the engine turned by hand, checked the points, put in a new set of plugs, new fuel, and it lit right off. - It now starts instantly, and can be driven around the parking lot, but will need brakes, tires, and a complete service. - Not many low mile Jags of this era on the road anymore. For only $150,000
Gorgeous Matching Number 1957 Jaguar XK140 DHC This 1957 Jaguar XK140 DHC is a gorgeous car with matching numbers. Red with tan interior. It has excellent paint, chrome, and interior. It runs and drives great and is mechanically excellent. A very straight, solid, and honest example for only $89,500.
This XK 140 Roadster was manufactured December 21 st 1954 and was sold to Jaguar dealerâs Max Hoffer in NYC in January 1955. Although little is known of this carâs early years, the previous owner managed to acquire this vehicle which was in generally sound and original condition, having dismissed many other cars, choosing this rare and beautiful roadster. Upon returning to the UK, it was decided to restore the car. Between 2012 and 2013, more than 32.000 Â£ have been spent on the car. The car is now in superb condition, painted in Silver with a Maroon leather interior, hood and tonneau cover. The car has an accompanying hard top, beautiful and perfect for winter use. UK registration, Jaguar Heritage Certificate and many invoices comes with the car. Â
One of the finest XK140 Roadsters for sale today Completely restored in 2006 mechanically and cosmetically Manual gearbox Ready to use and enjoy US papers and Jaguar Heritage Certificate
Mayfair 020 7125 1400 | Maldon 01621 879579 XK140 Drophead Coupe, one of 480 in RHD and one of only 15 delivered in British Racing Green with Suede Green interior and Gunmetal hood. It is a particularly important example in view of its almost un-paralleled originality and time warp condition. Constructed in November 1955, it was dispatched on January 18th 1956 to its first owner; the proprietor of Graphic Designs, a Wolverhampton-based design company. For the next 52 years it remained in the same family ownership and covered only a little over 30,000 miles during that time before being acquired by JD Classics in 2008. Carefully maintained throughout its life, it is one of very few survivors that remain in remarkably good unrestored condition retaining full matching numbers, original paintwork, carpets, trim, hood and tools, including the rare wheel brace that was only fitted to cars with disc wheels. The remarkable degree of preservation of this example is confirmed by the fact that it is featured in two highly significant books; “Jaguar XK140/150 in Detail”, written by Jaguar Daimler Heritage’s chief archivist Anders Clausager and the “Original Jaguar XK”, written by the founder o
*This car is for sale as a Classic Showcase restoration, equal to our driver/show-driver/show restoration levels. Please see our restoration page for further information. This highly original numbers-matching XK-140 SE was built in June of 1956, and delivered new to Louis R. Emme at the US Embassy in Oslo, Norway. Known by the current owner for more than a decade, the XK-140 SE has been kept in storage for many years, and is in very appealing and honest condition maintaining a high degree of originality throughout. The coupe is straight and free of any major corrosion issues. The vehicle will need servicing to make it road ready. With it's highly stylish design and Special Equipment package, this fixed head coupe stands as a highly desirable and original model that is a great candidate for restoration!
Mayfair 020 7125 1400 | Maldon 01621 879579 This beautiful XK140 roadster is a highly desirable “MC” model with factory fitted C-Type head and the very rare 2 inch Sand Cast carburettors, originally provided by the factory as optional tuning equipment. 1954 saw the latest iteration of Jaguar’s classic XK series of sports cars with the debut of the XK140. Preserving the curvaceous wing lines of the XK120 but featuring much needed improvements in handling, leg room and overall power, the 140 quickly proved to be a worthy heir to its iconic predecessor. Of these latest 140s, the most desirable models were those finished to Special Equipment standard and fitted with the C-Type cylinder head – such models were given the moniker “MC” in the critical North American market where demand was large and growing, particularly among the sports car fraternity. It is likely that the first owner of this XK140 MC, a Mr A F Edmonson of Hollywood, California, was one of these enthusiasts as he also ordered the rare 2 inch Sand Cast carburettors from the factory, which were a special tuning kit normally fitted to cars with competition in mind. While it is not known if this car ever saw competition it i
Mayfair 020 7125 1400 | Maldon 01621 879579 XK140 DHC We currently have two XK140 DHC cars undergoing full JD Classics chassis-off restoration that will be available from early 2017. Both are original LHD examples and will come with uprated high torque engines. The final specification will be tailored to customer requirements and can include a choice of left or right hand drive configuration, a wide range of options from the JD Sport package, choice of paint and trim colours and other JD upgrades. These cars are also excellent candidates for historic rallying and competition and as such can be prepared to a Mille Miglia eligible standard. Please contact us for further details.
This stunning matching numbers Jaguar XK140 FHC was manufactured on the 30th October 1956 and left the factory in Pearl Grey. This Manual with Overdrive gearbox example was distributed by C.H Truman, Nottingham and sold new by Byatts of Fenton, Stoke on Trent to a F W R Wildblood. 562 BEH was rebuilt to a very high standard many years ago and comes with a photo record of major bodywork and mechanical work. Earlier in 2016 almost £6500 was spent on mechanical work to include a new clutch, skimmed flywheel, overdrive rebuild, new solenoid, replacement core plugs, new exhaust gaskets, propshaft bolts and new fuel tank sender. The XK has had the ultimate test drive, being driven to North Yorkshire from rural Monmouthshire. The car performed perfectly keeping up with motorway traffic, kicking in and out of overdrive smoothly and the engine is strong holding excellent oil pressure consistently. This on the button XK is a real dream to drive and having had a high quality restoration, the paintwork, bodywork and chrome is all of a lovely standard, as is the interior. The engine bay is nicely detailed, as is the boot and the underside and chassis present superbly. 562 BEH is in our workshop
1957 Jaguar XK140 MC Coupe s/n S815890, engine no. G9416-8S White with Red Leather Interior The Jaguar XK series cars are among the most recognized and appreciated classic sports cars of the 1950’s. These innovative, beautiful, and capable performance cars not only set a high standard in racing, they built Jaguar into a formidable manufacturer of fine touring cars. The first of the series, the XK120 launched with an all-new twin-cam inline-6 cylinder engine, capable of delivering 120 mph performance at a surprisingly affordable price. By 1955, the XK120 became the XK140, offering notable improvements including more legroom, increased horsepower, rack and pinion steering, telescoping shock absorbers, and improved brakes. As before, the coupe, drophead coupe, and roadster versions were available. Jaguar offered a range of performance options including the SE model, which could include the competition-derived “C-Type” cylinder head, designated as the “MC”. The SE (Special Equipment), came with wire wheels, dual exhaust, fog lamps, and larger carburetors, all of which resulted in 20 more horsepower. This particular car is a matching numbers genuine XK140 MC Coupe, built 6 November 1956
This is a Autotune XK140 Aristocat.;;Built with Jaguars written permission, the Aristocat uses all Jaguar XJ6, components housed in a steel spaceframe chassis. For ease of build the Aristocat uses the XJ series suspension un-modified, resulting in the car being five inches wider than the XK140, but only one inch wider than the XK150. The additional width, let in down the centre of the car, allows for a more spacious cockpit and boot than the originals and drivers of well over six feet can be easily accommodated.;;The Aristocats blend of classic looks with modern mechanical components produces a very capable vehicle, the original prototype being timed by a member of the media at 0-60 MPH in six seconds and a top speed of over 150 MPH.;;;The original owner of this project has completed around 60% of the build, which he has done to a very high standard.;;The chassis is complete, all the suspension, brake, steering, drive train and engine installation are complete. Bolt a seat on the chassis and you could drive it. The body is not bolted to the chassis hence the door gaps are not correct at present.;;Please see the price list within the pictures, this kit with all the extras cost over GBP 12000, add to that the cost of the doner vehicle, this is worth over GBP 13000 before you factor in the many man hours already put into this project. If you have enough time on your hands you could be driving this before the end of the summer. This needs hardly any parts to finish, just time.;;It comes compete with the doner V5 so you can register it. Also included is a file full of the build photos so far, which further demonstrate the quality of the workmanship. Plus the build manual. ;;Fantastic value project which will be worth GBP 20000-GBP 30000 depending on the level of finish you decide. Great summer project with all the hard work done, yet enough to do to leave your stamp on it.;;Picture number two is the parts price list from Aristocat, we believe we have selected the correct ones. Over 50 photos on my website. www.nuneatoncarsales.co.uk
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