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Record Creation: Entered on 28 January 2009.

Database Updates: Show dataplate edits

 

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2009-01-29 04:58:26 | Peter Ingram writes:

Amazingly this post does not use the "A" word..... A wonderfully low key announcement of a previously lost
ALLOY Roadster with matching numbers apart from a small caveat about the earlier gearbox. This means we now know of 125 LHD Alloys from the total built of 183. A remarkable survival rate for a sixty year old car
Can we be told the history?

2009-12-04 15:37:11 | Anonymous writes:

Anxiously awaiting restoration.

2010-11-02 13:12:10 | Anonymous writes:

Its been quite awhile for Louie to sit awaiting restoration. Any news on when it might be started? There are a few of us who are anxiously awaiting news of the event!

2011-02-15 09:22:13 | Anonymous writes:

Any news on restoration time-frame??

2011-06-06 09:35:25 | Barbara writes:

Still awaiting news of restoration. Any idea of when "Louie" will be brought back???

2011-09-01 16:27:55 | Peter Zobian writes:

As we can see in the photo, 670067 has the crank hole through the radiator. Presumably, 670068 had it also, as my car 670069 is noted as the first to NOT have that early feature. Is 670067 currently running & driving?
Peter

2012-06-21 05:48:17 | pauls writes:

Ebay item 6/21/12
cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/1949-Jaguar-XK120-Alloy-Roadster-/271002893712
Opening bid $100,000 reserve not met, no bids 4 days left in auction. Car now said to be in Grove City, Ohio. 64k miles.

Sellers description:
1949 jaguar xk120 alloy roadster !!!! This is one of the last un restored alloys known to exist ! It has all the very rare and hard to find part still there .This car has never been disassembled aprears to only have had one respray. It is also matching numbers.

2012-06-23 13:06:38 | Anonymous writes:

the car is reported as repainted, interiors were rebuild in vynil not in leather, (even if dashboard seems very original ).
How we can cosider it unrestored ? Anyway an interesting alloy indeed . . .

2012-09-07 06:54:18 | pauls writes:

Car returns toe bay 9/7/12
cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/1949-Jaguar-XK-120-/271053991805
Opening bid $100,000 reserve not met, no bids 4 days left in auction. 64k miles.

Previous auction ended at $105,100 reserve not met after 5 bids.

2013-09-28 08:13:48 | pauls writes:

Car returns to ebay 9/28/13
www.ebay.com/itm/Jaguar-XK-xk120-1949-jaguar-xk-120-/271283886482
Opening bid $200,000.00
Reserve price not met, no bids 1 day left in auction. Same location, same mileage.

2013-10-06 16:10:42 | Lofty writes:

The car has more authenticity than many "restored" alloys.Just one example is presence of C2378 page 9 Water Outlet Elbow,only fitted to first 250 XK engines. As car is a "driver" important that it should remain as such,applying selective maintenance and refurbishment to retain and enhance it's unrestored status,of greater intrinsic value.

2014-03-25 12:49:54 | anonymous writes:

Car is again being advertised as 'completely original'. Car has awful looking vinyl interior and is an obvious respray (a couple shades off). I can't imagine what a good shop would charge to restored this car but with a 'firm' ask of $285,000, there is no money left to restore. Looks like a nice 100K car to me as it sits. What's a restored car worth? 400K?

2014-07-13 15:40:36 | pauls writes:

Car now offered at:
www.kentcarcollection.com/info.php
Same photos.

Extremly Rare 1950 Jaguar XK120 Alloy Roadster, Completely original apart from a color change many years ago, heritage certificate, 64,538 original miles from new, Green with two tone Red/Cream interior and a black soft top, runs and drives well, completely original running gear including factory original engine and gear box, this is a great investment opportunity.
Price: £174,950

2017-06-21 09:04:53 | capt RD writes:

On Ebay BIN -$-295,000

www.ebay.com/itm/272725849145

This is a very early 1950 Jaguar XK 120 built on the 9th of January 1950. As Jaguar only planned with a very limited production run, the very first cars were built with an alloy body on an ash frame. This is one of only 242 alloy cars that were only built until May 1950. Only 148 of these were left-hand-Drive (LHD) cars.

As the car was such a huge success Jaguar decided to continune the production but all the later cars had a steel body and in addition a Fixed Head Coupé was introduced as well in 1951. In all, there were 7,631 XK 120 roadsters built from 1949-1954, and 2,678 coupes between 1951 and 1954. The weather-tight drop head coupe arrived last, with 1,769 produced in 1953 and 1954. With only 242 examples bodied in aluminum, these earliest XK 120 roadsters are by far and away the most desirable examples.

As the XK120 alloy Roadster made its debut in the Mille Miglia in 1950 and one was driven in 1951 by Sir Stirling Moss these early Alloy Roadsters are Mille Miglia eligible and offer a superb chance to take part part in this important event.

This Could be the Last Un restored Unmolested Alloy Xk120 in Existence. The Car has has a Repaint Original Color is silver with a red interior and grey top . This car is 100% numbers matching all the rare bits and pieces are intact and still in restorable condition .

2021-11-19 10:37:35 | pauls writes:

Car now offered at:

classiccars.com/listings/view/1543833/1950-jaguar-xk120-for-sale-in-columbus-ohi ...

Seller's description:

1950 Jaguar XK120

Price:$254,995

Location:Columbus, Ohio

Exterior Color:British Racing Green

Interior Color:Red/Creme

Transmission:Manual

Odometer:0

VIN:670067

Cruisin Classics is proud to present this incredibly RARE piece of automotive history! This 1950 Jaguar XK120 is number 67 of only 242 Alloy-bodied versions ever produced (only 184 were left-hand drive). The XK120 was launched at the 1948 London Motor Show to display Jaguar's new 3.4ltr XK engine. The car was such a hit that Jaguar started to roll out production cars in 1949 to very eager buyers. The first 242 cars produced were ash wood framed with aluminum body panels 112 lbs. lighter than later versions made with pressed steel bodies. This car was completed on December 29, 1949 and titled as a 1950 upon delivery to a dealer in New York. Though this XK is unrestored, it is an excellent candidate as it still has everything there - even the wheel spats, convertible top, and side curtains. The engine can still run, though the car would need some restoration before being drivable again. At some point in it's life it was resprayed British racing green (originally was silver with a gray top) and non-original style seats were added. This XK has been in a private collection in Columbus, Ohio for the last decade of it's life. This is a very rare opportunity to obtain one of the few remaining XK Alloy Bodies for your own collection! Let's take a closer look at some of the details... .ENGINE3.4L STRAIGHT SIX (#w11188)TRANSMISSION "MOSS-BOX" 4-SPEED MANUAL TRANSMISSION SUSPENSION stock height/suspension BRAKES drum brakes - frontdrum brakes - rear EXTERIOR British racing green original brightwork windshield and pillar windscreens - good shape through-radiator hand crank - only 68 cars produced w/ handcrank steel wheels w/ jaguar caps INTERIOR vinyl maroon/creme interior matching door cards original steering wheel gauges are still present

2021-11-28 18:37:13 | John writes:

www.ebay.com/itm/224691138539 Back up on eBay with a stil unrealistic asking price. Dealer offering it currently in Columbus, Ohio. Appears to be missing spats and pictures clearly taken by someone who does not know the alloy cars.

No pictures of engine stamping or date embossing, original ash, frame stamping, carbs, intake, etc. Not knocking dealers but consigning one of these HAS to be to the right dealer who understands and knows these.

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