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2011-02-23 22:20:33 | pauls writes:

Car listed to be at auction at:

Auction description:
Lot 14
1960 Jaguar XK150 3.8 Fixed Head Coupe
Guiding Range $45,000 - $55,000
Engine: 3.8litre, In line six cylinder
Gearbox: 4-speed manual
Body work: Coupe
Colour: Olde English White
Engine No.: VA2005-8
Chassis No.: 825325 BW
Interior: Black
Trim: Leather
Wheels: Wire Spoke
Brakes: Disc
- Indicated 91,614 miles with only 1000 miles added in last 20 years
- New exhaust and braking system
- Desirable late 3.8l model

This Jaguar XK 150 3.8 was built in 1960 and exported to Australia in the early 1970s. It was originally automatic but converted to an early specification 4-speed manual at around this time. Registered as 'JAG-111' in Melbourne, it was sold on in April 1991 with a recorded 90,600 miles and has added approximately 1000 miles since that time. With optional wire wheels fitted along with a new exhaust and a rebuilt braking system (including pipes, callipers and pads) this desirable 3.8 XK 150 represents an excellent base for a 'running restoration'- able to be enjoyed whilst being improved. Sold unregistered.

This vehicle is now available for inspection at 321 Warrigal Road, Cheltenham, Vic

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