Jaguar’s XK of sports cars from the 50s and early 60s established the Coventry firm as a premier builder of luxurious sporting cars. Their sumptuously styled sports cars with race-bred pedigree were special enough to be highly desirable by enthusiasts, but built on a scale that allowed them to dramatically undercut their competition. Built over three generations, the XK120, XK140 and XK150 evolved with each subsequent model an improvement in comfort, quality and performance over the last. The XK150 marked the most significant changes of all three XK models. In mechanical terms, it was nearly identical to the XK140 it replaced, but it wore an all new body that still reflected the spirit of the XK120, but was modernized and reshaped to improve cockpit comfort. The XK150 now carried an adaptation of the legendary C-Type’s four-wheel Dunlop disc brake system, proven at LeMans and race tracks around the world. Jaguar’s was so proud of their LeMans successes that they proudly displayed their wins on the boot lid badge. Along with the 120 and 140 before it, the XK150 was offered in three body styles: Fixed-Head Coupe, Open-Two-Seater (roadster) and Drophead Coupe. The drophead differed fr
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