This Jaguar XK 120 Open Two Seater is buried under a pile of unused home stuff and, at a glance, it doesn’t look well as is, however the seller says that it has no rust. Other than that, the seller says that the car is basically intact and that it still has its original California… Read More Pink slip: 1951 Jaguar XK 120 O.T.S.
The seller says that this car is a very easy project as its body is plenty of dime-size issues which can be easily fixed: more than a project, we see a car which can be driven as is. Actually the true bug of this car is that the engine block and cylinder head match each… Read More A matter of dime: 1953 Jaguar XK120 O.T.S.
O.T.S. is the original name given by the factory to these cars to indicate an Open Two Seater car. This XK120 has been carried out from somewhere (an enclosed space we suppose) where it was sleeping since many years. Watching those strange wheels with those giant tires we suppose that the last time that this… Read More Balloon shoes: 1954 Jaguar XK120 O.T.S.
This 1956 XK 140 is usually called “Roadster” in U.S. but the official acronym O.T.S. means “Open Two Seater”. The seller says that this car had a restoration some years ago; however the impression is that after that restoration this car has been driven few since. The seller says that he must part with it… Read More Nice price: 1956 Jaguar XK140 O.T.S.
This XK120 could be a “barn find” icon. Fairly preserved, not abused, black plate: what else could you ask? The seller says that it is fitted with its original 3.4 litre 6-inline engine, and that the chassis is “very dry”. Really, “dry” is the first word that comes to mind seeing the whole car. No… Read More Very dry: 1955 Jaguar XK120 Drophead Coupè