The Classic Car Gallery is proud to offer this 1958 Jaguar XK150 roadster. She is a beautiful example of the iconic British open air car that is in fine driver quality condition. The car features a well sorted XK120 3.4 liter engine, and correct 4-speed manual transmission. Found in a barn in Maine by Owls Head Transportation museum curator, Ethan Yankura, the car was said to been owned by a british gentleman for the greater half of the 19th century. She is a particularly nice driving car that has been well sorted by British Motors of Fairfield County. Recently the car received a host of work that focused on its reliability and drivability which included; Remove and Replace 2 Carburetors, clean and adjust Replace Points Ignition with a pertronix system including new plugs and coil Remove and Replace entire braking system including calipers, discs, pads, shoes, rotors. Bleed system. Install two new air horns General multi-point inspection The white paint is good, with good luster and shine. The black leather interior was clearly redone at some point, and now has a nice patina. The black canvas roadster top is in good condition, and seals well; the top mechanism works as it should.
left-hand-drive 1958 jaguar xk150 white 4-speed black-leather manual restored leather black-interior british xk dark-interior
3266 Post Road
Fairfield, 6890, Alabama
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