1953 Jaguar XK120 Fixed Head Coupe

Offered At:

$145,000

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Story and History

This XK120 Fixed Head Coupe comes to us from an automobile collection focused on being the BEST. The details are what separate the best from all other restored cars available. This XK was pulled out of a warehouse in the San Francisco area in the mid-1990’s where it had sat for more than 34 years; it was 100% original. Mike and Sue Tillson of West Chester, Pennsylvania, had just won their class at the Amelia Island Concours and were now looking to win at Pebble Beach. They purchased this car to win because the Jaguar was still wearing her original paint and interior. Every nut, bolt, washer, hose clamp, etc. was also completely original to the car. Following a 2-year restoration and a few hundred thousand dollars, they discovered the class they wished to enter was no longer operating, and their dream of competing at Pebble Beach with this exquisite car would not happen. The Tillsons did show her at a JCNA event and scored 99.95 out of 100 points. Then the car vanished.

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VIN Number:681025
Exterior ColorBlack
Interior ColorRed
Transmission:Manual

Highlights

  • Concours Condition

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