The XK 120 was Jaguars first sports car since the since the SS 100 was discontinued in 1940. It was offered in two versions one being the open roadster also known as the OTS and the FHC also known as the Hard-top. The designation of XK120 was XK being the engine lay out and the 120 being for the cars being tested at 120MPH. The XK120 was the fastest production car in the world for some time. It is also described as one of the most beautiful of the time period as well. GR Auto Gallery is pleased to present this freshly restored 1952 Jaguar XK120 reproduction for consideration. Vehicle is finished in a Light Gray exterior paint that is in wonderful shape and shines like it’s still fresh. The Light Gray exterior is paired to a blue interior that is just as clean and appears to be free of any damage or issues. According to the owner this Jag features original hardware gauges trim bumpers windshield and many other parts. Vehicle is powered by a Ford 302 cubic inch V8 engine features a custom 2″x4″ double run frame Holley carburetor aluminum intake Tremec 5-speed transmission Ford Mustang front suspension Ford Mustang rear suspension navy blue soft top side curtains windows and Nardi steering wheel full tonneau cover new tires new battery new shocks fresh fluid flush and change and much more. This vehicle won second place at Battle of Brits here in Michigan and also has won multiple ribbons trophies and extra goodies. A full photo album full of build donor car and comments from the owner will come along with the car.

See listing for this 1952 Jaguar XK from February 10, 2018