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Jaguar XK 120 XK 120 Roadster
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1951 | 25 096 km | Assurer | Financer | 134 800 €
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BRITISH & SPORTSCARS

Adresse :

Hengstenberg 111 - 3090 Overijse

Bureau :

+32 26 81 81 00

Fax :

+32 49 28 18 160

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Jaguar XK 120 XK 120 Roadster  de 1951
Jaguar XK 120 XK 120 Roadster  de 1951
Jaguar XK 120 XK 120 Roadster  de 1951

Version :

120 XK 120 Roadster

Année :

1951

Kilométrage :

25 096 km

Energie :

Essence

Boite de vitesse:

Manuelle

Année / Millésime :

01/01/1951

Catégorie :

Autres

Identifiant :

18043290

Stats annonce :

99 vues

Prix : 134 800 €

Commentaires

Jaguar XK 120 OTS   Initially produced as roadster only, the XK120 featured a split windscreen, cut-down doors, canvas roof and detachable sidescreens. When removed, the roof and side screens were stored behind the seats. There were no exterior door handles; entry was made via a pull-cord. When the top and sidescreens were on, the pull-cords were accessed through a flap in the sidescreens. With intentions of making just a few hundred cars, the first run of Jaguar XK120's were aluminum-bodied, but overwhelming demand quickly prompted the switch to pressed steel. In May 1950, the first predominantly steel bodied XK120 rolled off the production line. Only the hood, doors and trunk remained aluminium. Chassis and Suspension Borrowed from Jaguar's big sedans, the modified frame was actually sturdier than needed, making the XK heavier than other sports cars of the day. Riding on 16 x 6 tires, the chassis featured torsion-bar independent front suspension with ball joints, and semi-elliptic leaf springs in the rear. The car was narrow, tracking 51 inches at the front and 50 inches in the rear.   DOHC Motor Described by many as jewel-like, the dual overhead cam motor was built under direction of William Heynes. The under-square 3.4 litre size was derived by an 83 mm bore by 106 mm stroke. Underneath the polished valve covers were a pair of chain-driven camshafts, which sat atop an aluminum-alloy head. Hemispherical-shaped combustion chambers allowed use of larger valves. Induction was supplied by a pair of SU H6 sidedraft carburetors. When fitted with domed cast-aluminum pistons, engine compression ratio was 8.0:1. In this configuration, peak output was 160 horsepower with 195 lb/fts of torque. For some markets, the compression ratio was dropped to 7.0:1. This was due to the fact that only 70 octane fuel was available in some post WW2 countries.   More pictures available Visible only on appointment For further informations , please contact us +32 (0)2 681 81 00 & sales@british-sportscars.com  

VENDEUR

Vendeur professionnel

Garage :

BRITISH & SPORTSCARS

Adresse :

Hengstenberg 111 - 3090 Overijse

Bureau :

+32 26 81 81 00

Fax :

+32 49 28 18 160

Voir les annonces du vendeur



Version :

120 XK 120 Roadster

Année :

1951

Kilométrage :

25 096 km

Energie :

Essence

Boite de vitesse:

Manuelle

Année / Millésime :

01/01/1951

Catégorie :

Autres

Identifiant :

18043290

Stats annonce :

99 vues

Prix : 134 800 €

Commentaires

Jaguar XK 120 OTS   Initially produced as roadster only, the XK120 featured a split windscreen, cut-down doors, canvas roof and detachable sidescreens. When removed, the roof and side screens were stored behind the seats. There were no exterior door handles; entry was made via a pull-cord. When the top and sidescreens were on, the pull-cords were accessed through a flap in the sidescreens. With intentions of making just a few hundred cars, the first run of Jaguar XK120's were aluminum-bodied, but overwhelming demand quickly prompted the switch to pressed steel. In May 1950, the first predominantly steel bodied XK120 rolled off the production line. Only the hood, doors and trunk remained aluminium. Chassis and Suspension Borrowed from Jaguar's big sedans, the modified frame was actually sturdier than needed, making the XK heavier than other sports cars of the day. Riding on 16 x 6 tires, the chassis featured torsion-bar independent front suspension with ball joints, and semi-elliptic leaf springs in the rear. The car was narrow, tracking 51 inches at the front and 50 inches in the rear.   DOHC Motor Described by many as jewel-like, the dual overhead cam motor was built under direction of William Heynes. The under-square 3.4 litre size was derived by an 83 mm bore by 106 mm stroke. Underneath the polished valve covers were a pair of chain-driven camshafts, which sat atop an aluminum-alloy head. Hemispherical-shaped combustion chambers allowed use of larger valves. Induction was supplied by a pair of SU H6 sidedraft carburetors. When fitted with domed cast-aluminum pistons, engine compression ratio was 8.0:1. In this configuration, peak output was 160 horsepower with 195 lb/fts of torque. For some markets, the compression ratio was dropped to 7.0:1. This was due to the fact that only 70 octane fuel was available in some post WW2 countries.   More pictures available Visible only on appointment For further informations , please contact us +32 (0)2 681 81 00 & sales@british-sportscars.com  

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VENDEUR

Vendeur professionnel

Garage :

BRITISH & SPORTSCARS

Adresse :

Hengstenberg 111 - 3090 Overijse

Bureau :

+32 26 81 81 00

Fax :

+32 49 28 18 160

Voir les annonces du vendeur