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Record Creation: Entered on 2 January 2006.

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Originality: Noted for being in "original condition"

 

Heritage Notes

One of three cars with same paint and trim shipped to Hoffman on same date. Possibly show cars. Others: 670933 & 670936 First owner was Dr. Sam L. Scher.

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2006-01-02 10:40:00  |  pauls writes:

Ebay item 1/2/06
cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/Jaguar-XK-120-1951-XK-120-Roadster-OTS_W0QQcmdZViewItemQ ...
Current bid $12,601.00 (Reserve not met, 2 bids, 6 days left in auction.

Sellers description:
1951 XK 120 OTS
Unrestored and in storage from 1972 with 20,905 miles. Two owner car, still has the 1955 title in second owners name. Cream exterior with cream/black piping interior. One of three cars with special paint and trim that were special ordered and produced for Max Hoffman, confirmed by Jaguar Heritage Trust. The Trust also reveals that the car has possible show car history. This is an original unrestored vehicle that runs and sounds perfect. There is no rust whatsover, but does have the patina expected of a 55 year old vehicle. This car is original and untouched in every respect with the exception of new batteries, oil/filter, coolant, spark plug wires and a brake hydraulic overhaul. This is not a 100 point JCNA car. This is the right Jaguar for someone who appeciates an ORIGINAL, UNTOUCHED vehicle!!!

1) Side exhaust
2) White bumper brackets
3) No windshield washers
4) No side vents
5) No heater
6) Original hoses and clamps
7) Service Manual, tools and owners manual, side curtains, tonneau cover, and custom silk seat covers
8) Show car preparation with some evidence for Geneva, 1951

Here is a transcript from Jaguar Archives:
Model Jaguar 3.4L XK120
Body Style Open 2-seater
Specification Left Hand Drive
VIN Chassis Number 670939
Engine Number W1941-8
Body Number F2168
Gearbox Number JH4574
Color, Exterior Cream
Interior Cream w Black Piping
Hood Fawn
Date Built 6 December 1950
Date Dispatched 8 Dec 1950
Main Distributor Max Hoffman, New York
First Owner Dr. Sam L. Scher
Greenwich, CT
Additional Notes:
One of three cars with same paint and trim shipped to Hoffman on same date. Possibly show cars Others: 670933 & 670936


2006-01-02 13:43:14  |  Lofty writes:

Offered on eBay.
Ad reads:
Vehicle Description

1951 XK 120 OTS



Unrestored and in storage from 1972 with 20,905 miles. Two owner car, still has the 1955 title in second owners name. Cream exterior with cream/black piping interior. One of three cars with special paint and trim that were special ordered and produced for Max Hoffman, confirmed by Jaguar Heritage Trust. The Trust also reveals that the car has possible show car history. This is an original unrestored vehicle that runs and sounds perfect. There is no rust whatsover, but does have the patina expected of a 55 year old vehicle. This car is original and untouched in every respect with the exception of new batteries, oil/filter, coolant, spark plug wires and a brake hydraulic overhaul. This is not a 100 point JCNA car. This is the right Jaguar for someone who appeciates an ORIGINAL, UNTOUCHED vehicle!!!



1) Side exhaust

2) White bumper brackets

3) No windshield washers

4) No side vents

5) No heater

6) Original hoses and clamps

7) Service Manual, tools and owners manual, side curtains, tonneau cover, and custom silk seat covers

8) Show car preparation with some evidence for Geneva, 1951


2006-02-02 14:30:47  |  Roger writes:

Note: this car did not sell via eBay, it was a speculative venture in response to the offer from the current owner.


2006-10-23 20:55:04  |  pauls writes:

Car listed as having been sold by:
mydreamjaguar.com/
Caldwell, Ner Jersey.


2016-04-27 11:29:53  |  Peter Ingram writes:

Factory records show the build date as October 1950


2018-01-01 10:59:01  |  Hans Kuny writes:

In October 1950, 23 LHD had hoods in Fawn or Light Fawn „Mellohide" plastic. 670939 has plastic hood.


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