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Jaguar XK 120 Roadster 1954 for sale - PostWarCar. The sensational XK120 first appeared at the 1948 London Motor Show, intended strictly as a show car and styling exercise to highlight Jaguar’s fabulous new XK twin cam engine. But response to the car was so positive that it took little persuasion to convince Jaguar boss Sir William Lyons to put the car into production. Thankfully, the production car lost none of the impact of the original show car when it hit the market.

1954 Jaguar (sold or no longer on the market) - PreWarCar

Jaguar XKE Roadster 1967 for sale - PostWarCar. Jaguar’s revolutionary E-Type first appeared to a stunned public at the 1961 Geneva Auto Salon. Jaguar boss Sir William Lyons and his chief aerodynamicist Malcolm Sayer paired up to design the new sports car, meant to replace the ageing XK150. The new car employed a semi-monocoque tub that utilized ingenious bolt-on front subframes to support the engine and independent front suspension. The rear was handled by the now ubiquitous ...

1967 Jaguar XKE Roadster (sold or no longer on the market) - PreWarCar

Jaguar XK 140 C-type Roadster  1956 for sale 2

1956 Jaguar XK 140 C-type Roadster (sold or no longer on the market) - PreWarCar

Jaguar XK 140 C-type Roadster  1956 for sale 4. Here is a Jaguar XK everybody would like to own!  Indeed this XK 140 C-type Roadster combines all the strong points from the complete XK production:   - the very pure, sleek design of the 120 Roadster  - the much more spacious driving position of the later XK models.  - the glorious C-type engine which proved convincingly her supremacy at Le Mans.  - over-drive on 4-th gear for more relaxed touring.

1956 Jaguar XK 140 C-type Roadster (sold or no longer on the market) - PreWarCar

Jaguar XK 140 C-type Roadster  1956 for sale 3. Here is a Jaguar XK everybody would like to own!  Indeed this XK 140 C-type Roadster combines all the strong points from the complete XK production:   - the very pure, sleek design of the 120 Roadster  - the much more spacious driving position of the later XK models.  - the glorious C-type engine which proved convincingly her supremacy at Le Mans.  - over-drive on 4-th gear for more relaxed touring.

1956 Jaguar XK 140 C-type Roadster (sold or no longer on the market) - PreWarCar

Jaguar XK 120 Alloy  1950 for sale 2. The \"120\" in the name referred to the aluminium car's 120 mph (193 km/h) top speed (faster with the windscreen removed), which made it the world's fastest production car at the time of its launch.  Before production switched to all steel in 1950, 242 examples were produced in aluminium. This XK120 Roadster is one of them. Understandably, today a very sought after collectors car!

1950 Jaguar XK 120 Alloy (sold or no longer on the market) - PreWarCar

Jaguar XK 120 Alloy 1950 for sale - Difficult to imagine nowadays that Jaguar founder and designer boss, William Lyons, was not entirely sure about his creation when he put a wood-framed open 2-seater bodied with aluminium panels, which was named XK 120, on display at the 1948 London Motorshow.  However, the roadster caused such a sensation that Lyons immediately decided to put this prototype into production. The \"120\" in the name referred to the aluminium car's 120 mph (193 km/h) top…

1950 Jaguar XK 120 Alloy (sold or no longer on the market) - PreWarCar

Jaguar XK 140 C-type Roadster  1956 for sale.  Here is a Jaguar XK everybody would like to own!  Indeed this XK 140 C-type Roadster combines all the strong points from the complete XK production:   - the very pure, sleek design of the 120 Roadster  - the much more spacious driving position of the later XK models.  - the glorious C-type engine which proved convincingly her supremacy at Le Mans.  - over-drive on 4-th gear for more relaxed touring.

1956 Jaguar XK 140 C-type Roadster (sold or no longer on the market) - PreWarCar

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