This Jaguar XK 150 Fixed Head Coupe was produced on August 15, 1957 with the Jaguar Daimler Heritage Trust certificate. This certificate indicates that this car was delivered to the Jaguar distributor in New York on August 29, 1957 and then delivered to its first owner in Wichita Falls, Texas.
This Jaguar XK 150 FHC has been completely restored in the Netherlands in the past, with the restoration process recorded with photos. The car is still in excellent condition, which indicates that the restoration is being carried out professionally.
The XK was restored to the specification of the car in August 1957. This means that the car has a Carmen Red exterior with a red leather interior. The floor is covered with matching red carpet. Furthermore, the car has a large white steering wheel and white spoke rims. Originally the steering wheel was black, this can easily be changed. In addition, chrome spoke rims are available if you do not prefer the white spoke rims.
With its 3.4 six-cylinder in-line engine with an output of 210 hp, this Jaguar was, and even is by today's standards, very smooth. The car now features a five-speed manual gearbox. That makes it a pure pleasure to drive this XK!
Fully restored (with pcitures) - Carmen Red exterior and red leather interior - Chrome and white spoke rims
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