Original paint, black top. One of 1,390 built. Rare factory-installed 300 SE chrome trim. U.S.-spec. California car. Factory air conditioning. Fully documented with original build sheet, books, service records, and tools.
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 the Special Equipment (SE) version, with the C-type head, produced 210 horsepower and had a top speed in excess of 135 mph.
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