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 669195 16 July 1954
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 14 July 1954 United Kingdom
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United KingdomGJL300

United Kingdom305XUE

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Record Creation: Entered on 2 November 2005.

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Heritage Notes

Last FHC made. Exported to US in 1990\\\'s after restorartion by Nigel Dawes. In Blackhawk collection until 2008. Re-imported to UK on reg 305 XUE, now on original reg GJL 300

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2005-12-11 18:14:50 | Peter Ingram writes:

The last RHD 120 FHC Built

2006-06-22 17:36:16 | pauls writes:

Car offered at:

Sellers description:


Chassis Number S669195 - Engine Number: F3215-8S

This completely restored XK 120 was the last fixed head coupe off the

production line back in July of 1954. Trimmed in the rare Suede Green inside and

out, there is no finer example of a FHC. Powered by the revolutionary double

over head cam 3.4 liter engine, this car comes with the special equipment

engine package which includes new pistons and raised compression.

PRICE: $150,000

2006-08-17 08:08:50 | pauls writes:

Car now listed at:
Danville, California.

2008-07-31 21:25:19 | pauls writes:

Car to be at auction in the UK 8/08

Auction description:
Sale 16250 - A Sale of Jaguar Motor Cars and Related Automobilia, 9 Aug 2008
XK60, Goodwood, Chichester, Sussex

1954 Jaguar XK120SE Coupé
Registration no. 306 XUE
Chassis no. S669195
Engine no. F3215-8S
Estimate: £90,000 - 110,000

An example of the rarest of all XK120 variants, chassis number ‘S669195’ is one of only 194 right-hand drive fixed-head coupés made and the last of its type to be produced. Its accompanying Jaguar Heritage Certificate records that the car - registered ‘GJL 300’ - was sold new via dealer Austin Munks, of Boston, Lincolnshire to one A Henshaw, of Mablethorpe. The car was the subject of a total restoration carried out between July 1996 and May 1997 by respected marque specialist, Nigel Dawes, who had bought it from Paul Foulkes. After completion the XK, still registered ‘GJL 300’, was sold via an intermediary to a collection in the USA, remaining in that country until 2007.
Inspected and improved by marque specialists JD Classics, the car is presented today in very good/concours condition and represents a rare opportunity to acquire a fully restored XK120 with all numbers matching. ‘S669195’ has been refinished in its original Suede Green livery, with matching leather interior, and is offered with a photographic record of its restoration, MoT to April 2009 and Swansea V5 registration document. It is hoped that the original registration mark ‘ GJL 300’ will have been retrieved by time of sale.

2009-12-19 18:18:23 | ian mcleod writes:

The car is now registered with its original number GJL 300

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