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660751

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Record Creation: Entered on 13 July 2017.

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Heritage Notes

Bare chassis + engine delivered to Jaguar Belgium on special order from Martial Oblin, wellknown belgian coach builder, to fullfill the desires of his customer, Mr Jacques Herzet

Photos of 660751

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Details Photos: Exterior (1)

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Detail Photos: Interior (4)

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Detail Photos: Engine (2)

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Detail Photos: Other (2)

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2013-04-08 21:48:09 | pauls writes:

Car listed as sold at:
www.marreyt-classics.com/stockdetail.cfm

Sellers description:
Make: Jaguar
Type: XK120 Oblin - RHD
Year: 1951
This car is Sold

Jaguar XK120 by Oblin 1951 RHD
For me as a Belgian classic car specialist it was a huge pleasure to be able to secure this famous and unique XK120 with "strong" Belgian history.
- Chassis n° 660751 also known as L.T.1 was one of the 3 chassis (LT1 - LT2 - LT3) destined to carry a lightweight body and reserve cars for the 1951 Le Mans.
- Went from the Jaguar factory straight through Belgian Jaguar importer Mme. Bourgeois to Martial Oblin coachbuilder in Brussels.
- 2-nd in class in the 1951 Liège-Rome-Liège with Jacques Herzet - Georges Baudouin team.
- Tour de France 1952 with Jacques Herzet - Lucien Bianchi team.
- Alpine Rally 1952: 3-rd in class
- Monte Carlo Rally 1952: 3-rd in class.
- Lyon - Charbonnières 1952
- Brussels Motorshow 1952
- Louis Vuitton Classic Parc de Bagatelle Paris 2000
- Pebble Beach Concours - California USA - 2001
It was evenso an honour to place this fabulous XK in the Jaguar collection of one of my very loyal customers.

2014-10-04 03:50:40 | Jeremy B writes:

I wish people would take the trouble to put captions on these interesting 'period' photos.

2017-01-29 20:15:21 | Michael Scott writes:

Bob Kerr of Scotland acquired this car in 1976 when it was in a very sorry state of repair and there are two photos in the "XK Bulletin January 1977"
Also he gave a lengthy write-up of the problems with the car in the "XK Bulletin-March 1977". Amongst other things he mentions special seats and velvet headcloth all in royal blue. The cylinder head is all that remains of the original engine apart from a boxful of bottom end bits."

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