1958 Jaguar XK 150 Roadster
The Jaguar XK150 was produced between 1957 and 1961 and was the successor of the XK140.
The car was initially only available in a fixed head coupe or a drophead coupe. The Roadster was launched in 1958 and had minimal weather equipment.
The XK150 resembled its predecessors the XK120 and the XK140 but was radically revised. The XK150 had a one piece windscreen. The windscreen was also moved 102 mm forward that made passenger access easier. The car had wind-up windows for the first time but retained the simple fold up roof of its predecessors. The walnut dash of the XK140 was replaced with a leather one. Suspension similar to that of the XK140. Disc brakes replaced the drum brakes on the previous car. The 3,4 l twin overhead cam 6-cylinder engine was retained but power was raised to 180hp.
This particular car is a 1958 Roadster with 615 miles on since restoration. It is finished in Mist Grey with red interior. Moto Lita steering wheel is standard as are the beautiful wire spoke wheels. This car was subject to a nut and bolt restoration a few years ago and is absolutely perfect!
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