1952 Jaguar XK 120 Roadster, professionally resorted from 1993 to 1996. Very little metal patching and rust removal on the frame or body was required. This is a long-time Southwest USA-residing Jag. Garage kept and only sparingly driven since restoration. This car has been locally known for many years as "Moby Jag - the Great White Whale". All numbers match and was Auto Appraisal Group verified and appraised for $90,000 to $100,000. This AAG written appraisal can be provided to any serious buyers, upon request. JDHT Heritage Certificate. Same Texas owner since early 1971.
Finished in Old English white exterior with red leather interior with a never-used black soft-top and side curtains. Red painted disk rims with 4" wide white wall tires, rear fender skirts, and tri-bar headlamps. Never rained on since restoration. Since recent AAG appraisal, we pulled the engine to sort through and updated it with an aftermarket rear seal kit to replace the Jag 'rope' rear seals that notoriously leak and drip oil. We also replaced the early 1952 'fixed-blade' water pump with the later 1952 factory 'flex-blade' water pump (for better parade and club activity slow driving events). The rest of the engine was totally checked out at the same time. We also went through the brake system and completely checked out front and rear wheel cylinders, the master and the brake reservoir then rebuilding any wheel cylinder that look like it might need repair or maintenance. We also installed two new 6-volt no maintenance batteries. This car looks great (in a 'Jag Gatsby' style), and drives without flaw - not even a single leak (including the rear seal). A quality driver plus a car that could be brought up to 'concours show' condition very easily. This car presents well and is a crowd pleaser wherever it is seen. Asking $85,000 but will negotiate for a quicker sale. Call Dale for more details and any questions at (915) 256-6441.