1949 Jaguar XK120 DHC ConvertibleSOLD
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Introduced at the 1948 London Motor Show, the XK120 fast became iconic. Fitted with an aero screen and under tray, the model was recorded at over 132 mph for the flying mile in Jabekke and was a huge success in both racing and rallying.

This lovely XK 120, chassis number 660009, was one of the very first alloy bodied 120's built and the first car to be imported to New Zealand. 660009 was campaigned throughout the 1951 season by Ron Roycroft at events including the Race of Champions and the Wigram 100 mile race. A full restoration was carried out by Fullbridge Engineering in the early 90's and has been used very sparingly since. Finished in the original bronze with tan biscuit interior, 660009 is a fine example of the much sought after alloy XK 120.

Reference Number 37

as of 5/19/2006

Overview
Car 1949 Jaguar XK120 DHC Convertible
VIN 660009 
Exterior / Interior Color Bronze / Tan biscuit 
Configuration Right Hand Drive (RHD) 
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Known History

660009 was campaigned throughout the 1951 season by Ron Roycroft at events including the Race of Champions and the Wigram 100 mile race