SOLD / VERKAUFT / VENDU / VERKOCHT This is a trade-in car or a restoration project. A special wholesale price applies to this car. Jaguar XK 150 OTS 1958 Matching Numbers, overdrive This Jaguar was new delivered in New York in 1958. The original delivery was in paint colour Cotswold Blue with a red leather interior. The Jaguar is matching numbers and the Heritage Certificate is present. Chassis number: S 830249 DN Engine number: V 3525-8 Body number: F 15255 Gearbox number: JLS 39987 CR Car has USA title and document importduties for every EU country are paid by us. Documentation is complete for registration in every EU country. You do not need to pay any importduties. We can help with transport. Trading in, buying and consignment possible.
Mayfair 020 7125 1400 | Maldon 01621 879579 Jaguar XK150 3.8 DHC LHD This delightful car is a full matching number XK150 Drophead Coupe with the desirable 3.8 Litre engine. Completed on 17th May 1960 it was built in left hand drive but being a Personal Export Delivery car it was initially registered in Coventry with the number 5754DU. The first owner, a Mr F W Frost of Jackson New Hampshire, collected the car from Coventry and used it for a European driving tour before shipping it back to the United States in the autumn of 1960. Over the following decades the car was very carefully maintained and subsequently dry stored by its second owner for 25 years. The next change in ownership took place in 2009 when the car moved to South Carolina before being imported to the UK in 2011 at which time it received a thorough overhaul by JD Classics. The car has subsequently benefitted from extensive cosmetic work including a recent re-trim and re-paint and accordingly now presents beautifully in the factory-original Black with Red interior. With just over 58,000 original miles this remarkable car has full matching numbers and offers a wonderful opportunity to acquire a few-owner, highly origina
*** THIS CAR HAS BEEN SOLD *** Please contact us if you were interested in this car. Our inventory is constantly changing and we will have similar examples of this model becoming available soon. ----------------------------- Jaguar XK150 DHC 1960 completely restored. Jaguar XK150 DHC with the original 3.8 liter engine. This car is completely restored and in a wonderfull condition. The car is painted in the colour Carmen red and has a black interior. Motor is matching numbers and completely revised. Chrome wire wheels and wooden steeringwheel. This car comes with a Jaguar Heritage certificate.
690 KVA was manufactured on the 28th April 1960 and is a genuine UK, matching numbers car. The car was distributed from Ritchies, Glasgow on the 13th May 1960 and spent most of its life in Scotland. In 2012 we collected the Jaguar north of the border and sold the XK to one of our long term customers of twenty five years, a South Yorkshire based Dentist. During the early 1990's 690 KVA was subject of a major rebuild by one of Scotland's top restoration firms. The car was fully rebuilt mechanically, fitted with Vicarage Power Steering and the body restored then painted in Jaguar Cotswold Blue and the interior trimmed in Grey leather. Classic Restoration then winter stored the XK for almost twenty years. The XK only had summer use and just 4500 miles were covered to 2012. Since being with its most recent owner the car has covered another 1000 miles and has been subject of around £4,000 of further work to enhance the car. Vicarage Ltd supplied parts to service the power steering with a new alternator belt and power steering pump belt, Guy Broad supplied upgraded rear brakes, electronic ignition, a negative earth Facet fuel pump and poly wishbone bush set. Jaguar specialists M&C Wilkins
The XK 120 was launched in 1948 and was an international sensation that finally put Jaguar on the world stage. The XK’s good results in both motor racing and international rallying were instrumental in beginning a long successful period for the company. The XK 150 was the final incarnation of the XK range, it was a more refined and capable machine than its predecessors. Easily distinguishable from the XK 140 by its wider grille, higher door line an improved interior space the XK 150 looked a lot more modern, fitting in with the trend of more streamlined cars. The walnut dashboards from earlier cars was replaced with leather in the XK 150. On the front parking lights, which were located atop the fenders, a little red light reminded the driver the lights were on. Most of the things that were optional for the XK 140 were now standard issue, this among other things meant break discs at the front and back. The new XK 150 retained the engine from the XK 140, a 3.4 litre straight-six. Suspension and chassis were very also similar to the XK 140, and steering was by rack and pinion. This car is a nice driver quality Jaguar XK150 Drophead Coupé with an uprated 4.2 litre engine with triple We
*Please note the car pictured in the thumbnail above is an example of what this car will look like when the restoration is completed. This Jaguar is currently undergoing a comprehensive restoration to a show/driver level. To date, this Drop Head Coupe has been thoroughly gone through and its body has been disassembled, photographed, and taken to bare metal with all proper body work being fitted to perfection. The interior is in the process of being re-upholstered by master trimmers in our upholstery department, along with a proper and perfectly fitted new convertible top. The brite work will be re-plated as needed, with all hardware panels done in their proper finish. A rare vehicle with limited ownership and matching numbers, this XK-150 yields a rare engine size of 3.8 liters, which was the largest displacement engine of the period that was available for this model. The 3.8 engine model had a few distinct changes, amongst them a significant difference in the rear tail light fixtures. This restoration is will be completed at the end of 2017, and will present a great opportunity for the collector or enthusiast seeking to add a rare piece of Jaguar history to his or her collection.
Mayfair 020 7125 1400 | Maldon 01621 879579 1958 XK150 3.4 S Roadster RHD This delightful XK150 is a very desirable 3.4 S Roadster, which incorporates a number of very sensible upgrades. Constructed in 1958, VSU606 was one of 846 3.4 S Roadsters built in LHD and was originally exported to the United States. Following its repatriation to the UK it received a full JD Classics chassis-off restoration and was converted to RHD. Over the following years it also benefitted from a program of sensitive development during which time a number of desirable upgrades were incorporated including a JD 5-speed gearbox, power-assisted JD sport steering, Stainless wire wheels, alloy radiator and JD sport cooling system, improved battery charging and security immobiliser. Finished in Jaguar Dark Blue with Light Tan interior the car has been maintained by JD Classics regardless of cost over the last 22 years and has won numerous Jaguar Driving Club concours awards during this time. Importantly the XK retains its correct matching number engine and comes with the original Moss gearbox, steering rack, radiator plus other original parts removed during the restoration. It is accompanied by a good history fi
Mayfair 020 7125 1400 | Maldon 01621 879579 Jaguar XK150 DHC LHD This delightful car is a very original Special Equipment XK150 3.4 Drop Head Coupe. It was built in left hand drive and delivered to Jaguar Cars in New York on January 7th of 1959. The car remained in the US for the next 29 years, although it moved to California at some stage until it was purchased by its most recent owner and returned to the UK in 1988. Upon arrival the car was found to be in excellent original condition, in large part due to its life in California, and since that time has been very carefully maintained as attested by the numerous invoices that accompany the good history file. In January 1989 the odometer was refurbished and zeroed in the process. The mileage up to that point was 19,735 and believed to be original. The mileage currently showing is just over 18,600 miles, which suggests an original total mileage of less than 38,500 and is consistent with the overall preservation of the car and the records kept by its last owner of 30 years. Finished in its original Black with Red leather interior and wearing body coloured wire wheels it displays a charming patina, with the excellent original interior
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This spectacular example of an XK-150 S Roadster has won first place in (2) JCNA-sanctioned Concours events, including the 2016 Mexico City Concours de Elegance - where it won Best of Show. In addition, the Roadster was driven in parade laps by renowned British F1 racing driver Jolyon Palmer at the 2016 Mexico City Grand Prix. This incredible example has been comprehensively restored by Jaguar professionals and comes in a spectacular color combination of Claret over a Red trimmed interior with Black top. It has only traveled 500 miles since it's restoration, and is a great running and driving car that is ready for the show circuit, or as an excellent investment-grade Jaguar.
Mayfair 020 7125 1400 | Maldon 01621 879579 1959 XK150 3.8 S Drophead RHD This extremely rare 1959 XK150 S, 3.8 Litre Drophead Coupe is one of just 69 produced by Jaguar in right hand drive. Built in the last days of 1959 it was registered OVL150 and delivered to its first owner, a Lincoln-based company by the name of Jackson Hardware Ltd, just prior to Christmas. The next change of ownership saw the car move to Coventry where it was acquired by Ben Martin in 1964. A little over a year later Mr Martin sold the car to John Ward, who worked for the famous Patrick Collection for many years. During this time the car saw limited, careful use which undoubtedly contributed to its excellent state of preservation. After Martin’s death in 1980 the car was retained by the museum until it was sold in 1994 to Bernie Ecclestone who kept it for the next two years as part of his private collection. In 1996 the car moved, via a Mr Neville Johnson, to Mr David Stanley who maintained the Jaguar regardless of cost. Recently acquired by JD Classics from its last owner this fabulous XK150 still retains a totally original interior including irreplaceable original carpets and original leather seats. The p
This beautiful automatic Jaguar XK150 3.4 DHC has arrived with us in excellent order having being subject of a major programme of work in 2013. UWK 398 is a genuine matching numbers car, still retaining the 3.4 litre engine it left the factory with. The Jaguar left the factory in Cream with Red upholstery and was one of just 595 LHD DHC automatic examples ever supplied. UWK 398 was supplied new by Jaguar Cars New York and first registered to D B Ortman. The Jaguar spent 41 years with the same family in the U.S before being sold to the UK with a guarantee from the dealership that the car had only covered a genuine 29000 miles. This XK150 now has a recorded mileage of just 31,500 having had substantial programme of restoration work and some use in the UK since. The car is finished in Cream/Old English White with Red upholstery as it left the factory and presents beautifully with chrome wire wheels and Black mohair hood. In 2013 a Bristol based restoration Company stripped this car to bare metal, carried out any new metal work required and completely re-painted the car in Old English White. The interior was sympathetically restored with original door cards being rebuilt using aged, fa
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HOME STOCK EMAIL JAGUAR XK 150S DROPHEAD COUPE 3.8L MANUAL The Jaguar XK150 was produced from 1957 to 1961 and was the first production car available from Jaguar to feature disc brakes all round. Of the 2,672 Drop Head Coupes produced only 663 were right hand drive. First Registered 31st October 1959 Finished in Old English White with Red Leather Interior 4 Speed Manual Gearbox with Overdrive 3.8L "S" Complete with original registration document, handbook and previous MOT certificates Right Hand Drive Red Carpets Black Roof £150,000 Submitting Form... The server encountered an error. Form received. Submit FURTHER INFORMATION FOR FURTHER INFORMATION ON THIS VEHICLE PLEASE COMPLETE THE ABOVE FORM. ALTERNATIVELY, EMAIL OR CALL OUR SALES TEAM USING THE DETAILS BELOW: SALES@SUPERVETTURA.COM T. +44(0)1344 620072 M. +44(0)7541 888310 FACEBOOK /SuperVettura TWITTER @SuperVettura INSTAGRAM /SuperVettura
This beautiful 1960 Jaguar XK-150 DHC was delivered new in Canada, and has been a Southern California-kept car since the 1990s. In the 1990s, it received a restoration that consisted of a complete engine rebuild, with the body being restored, and the automatic transmission was taken out and a Tremec 5 speed installed; it was upgraded to disc brakes in the front, with adjustable shocks added; the radiator was re-cored, and it was converted to spin-off oil filter. It is a very good driver, driven regularly since the 1990s, which is how long it has lived in Southern CA. The original color combination is black with a red interior, but the recent owner decided to change it to a tan leather interior with a custom cover for when the top is down. It is a good, honest driver, that needs only a few items attended to in order to make it even better. It comes complete with extensive records of work performed on the car over the years.
Mayfair 020 7125 1400 | Maldon 01621 879579 1958 XK150 S LHD 3.4 Roadster This remarkable XK150 is a highly desirable 3.4 S Roadster and is likely to be one of the most original surviving examples. Constructed in 1958, this XK150 was one of 846 3.4 S Roadsters built in LHD and was exported to the United States and delivered to its first owner, a Mr Harold Sunshine of Patterson, New Jersey. Mr Sunshine, the owner of a textile design company and a keen Jaguar enthusiast, retained the car for 11 years before selling it to its second owner, a Mr Anthony R Conigliaro of Brooklyn, New York, in 1969. Mr Conigliaro was another sports car fan and the proprietor of Maranello Garages Inc. which focused on the repair of Ferrari’s, Jaguars and other European cars. After only one year’s use and with just over 21,000 miles on the odometer, the XK150 was put into dry storage on blocks, where it remained for almost 45 years until it was repatriated in 2015 to only its third owner. On its return to the UK the car’s incredibly low mileage and wonderfully preserved original condition were immediately evident and a testament to the car’s limited number of owners and extended period of storage. With ful
1960 Jaguar XK 150 SE Roadster s/n S832124DN, Engine stamped V7524-8 Light Cream with Red Leather One of the 1950s most iconic motor cars, the Jaguar XK series have always had a strong following. With a growing numbers of shows, clubs, and events catering to these cars, they continue to be in demand. As the final model in the XK production line, the 150 made several technological advances over the 120 and 140, and provided a bigger cockpit area which accommodates a larger driver more comfortably. The 150 was also the first Roadster equipped with roll up windows. Of the three variations produced, the XK 150 Roadster is by far the most valuable and sought after. In total, just 1,339 150 Roadsters were produced, considerably less than in the 120 or 140 series. This car was built at the time the factory was transitioning to the production of the very limited 3.8L engine of which only a few Roadsters were produced with in late 1960, and in 1961, before the Series I E-Types were introduced. This car is the higher horsepower SE model, and one of the first cars built with the elongated heavy taillights featured on the rare 3.8 series of late 1960 through 1961. Its chassis number denotes it
Fresh out out of restoration. Concours Matching numbers Rhd.
This vehicle has covered 709 miles since a ground up restriction with no expense spared. Photographs of the restoration present. This car has won awards every year for the last twenty years at various Concours events. 3.8 Jaguar engine upgraded to 'S' Specification. Multiple Jaguar club concours winner " Best Jaguar of show winner " Red with biscuit leather interior Chrome 16" Wire wheels, Stainless steel fuel tank. Full tool kit, Handbooks & Manuals and boxes of history and trophies present.
This one owner Jaguar is a very original car that is currently undergoing a Show/Driver level restoration. If you are interested in purchasing this roadster, you can select the color combination of your choice - please note this is a limited window of opportunity, while the car is still in bare metal - please inquire for further details. It is getting increasingly harder to find good, honest original cars such as this one! The fit on this roadster is very good, and the car features and original parts such as 4-speed with overdrive, 3 SU carbs and 2 fuel pumps as it left the factory, filter box, carburetors, voltage regulator, and much more. This car has always been well serviced and maintained. The top is relatively new, as well as the tires. Most of the original parts and hardware under the bonnet are in good serviceable condition. In 1961 the original owner had an unstamped 3.8 block installed by the dealership for greater performance, but the head is the original one that came with the car. It also has dual exhaust. It comes with a Heritage Certificate of Authenticity which verifies it is still in its original color combination. Part of this XK-150Ss history is that it was raced
(SOLD) This classic XK 150 has undergone a complete professional restoration and has always been garage kept and only driven sparingly since its restoration. This Jaguar is an excellent running and driving vehicle ready for driving and showing.
(SOLD) This low mileage very nice original XK-150 DHC, numbers matching Jaguar has been well cared for and garage kept. It was part of a Jaguar collection and was off the road for over 20 years prior to our purchase. Has recently completed a show driver restoration by Classic Showcase. With superb craftsmanship and excellent fit as well as attention to details. The restoration process includes; complete repaint, color sand and buff, engine and transmission rebuild, all system gone through top, boot, rubber seals, and chrome. The 3.8 engine was rebuilt to factory specifications rebuilt clutch, all new brake parts, restored shocks, new suspension bushings, gas tank restored and epoxy sealed, new fuel pump, all electrical components, gauges, knobs, switches rebuilt, or replaced, top bows and seat frames restored, stone guards restored, new manifold and exhaust system. Lots of time was spent performing metal work and fitting the body and doors. New interior were fitted by our craftsman
(SOLD) The third and final iteration of the XK range, started with the XK-120 in 1948 and continued with the XK-140 in 1954. By 1957 the XK design was looking a little dated, and Jaguar had set new standards with the introduction of a monococque design, the Jaguar Mk 1, the previous year. At the time it did not grab the worlds attention in the way that its predecessors had. However in hindsight it became recognized as a superb car, with more refinement than any previous XK. As before with the XK range, standard (steel wheel) and special equipment models were available, but a bewildering range of models was to evolve. First, in 1958 the S model was announced, equipped to special equipment specification, and with a more powerful engine, though still of 3.4 liter capacity. Late in 1959 further options became available with the introduction of the 3.8 liter engine, and the XK150 was available not only in 3.4 liter versions, but two versions (normal and "S") of the 3.8. All three body versions were available with all the engine options. Production all but stopped after 1960, but a very few cars appear to have been manufactured in 1961.
(SOLD) This Jaguar is a superb example yielding a rare engine size of 3.8. This was the largest displacement engine of the period for an XK-150. The 3.8 engine was featured near the end of the production of the XK. Also, a significant difference in the rear tail light fixture. No expense was spared in this impeccable and proper restoration to the highest standards by Jaguar Professionals. During this extensive restoration the engine, transmission, drive train and all systems were gone through, body was taken to bare metal, fitted to perfection, interior trimmed in a beautiful green color contrasting combination, brite work re-plated to show level and all hardware panels in proper finish. It would be hard to find any XK-150 DHC, let alone one of the finest in the world restored to a Show level. This is a great opportunity to own a rare and spectacular vehicle that has matching numbers. This is for the discerning collector who demands the best quality.
(SOLD) This XK-150 received a spectacular, no-expense spared restoration done by Jaguar professionals in one of the finest shops in the United States. It has only been campaigned and shown since 2011, where it received three 100 point scores, and became a JCNA national champion. In 2012, it has been shown in two JCNA sanctioned shows, and scored 100 points in each!
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