Tom Gidden ©2015, courtesy of RM Sotheby’s

In October 1954, the Jaguar XK 120’s replacement was launched and given the name XK 140. The new car offered more interior space — a result of the engine being moved forward three inches — and more precise rack-and-pinion steering was fitted. The fixed-head coupe iteration offered 2+2 seating. The standard engine produced 190 horsepower, whilst ...

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