The Jaguar XK120 was produced between 1948 and 1954 firstly as an open top coupe/roadster then as a fixed head coupe in 1951 with the drop head coupe being added in 1953. All variants came with removable spats covering the rear wheel arches, which gave it a more streamline look. The ‘120’ refers to the cars top speed of 120 mph, the world’s fastest production car at the time of its launch.
This 1952 Jaguar XK120 (FHC) in Pastel Green with Beige leather and Brown carpets has had a complete body off restoration and repaint. The fixed head coupe came with wood veneer on the dashboard and interior door caps to give it a more luxurious feel, during the restoration process a classic look Caliber radio was fitted allowing iPod connectivity. A fantastic opportunity to purchase a great classic car with stunning looks, with only 195 right hand drive fixed head coupes built, this is a rare car.