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
left-hand-drive 1960 jaguar xk150 se roadster red manual overdrive red-leather restored convertible leather red-interior british xk
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