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 V7457-8 12 February 1960
 18 December 1959 United Kingdom
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United KingdomLDJ768


Record Creation: Entered on 2 June 2020.

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2006-01-11 11:51:42 | pauls writes:

Car was at auciton in '03

Auction description:

Lot 081: Jaguar XK150 Fhc (1960)

Classic and Collector's Cars, H&H Classic Auctions Ltd (9th April 2003)

H&H Classic Auctions Ltd, Pavilion Gardens, Buxton

Estimate £16000-£18000

Hammer Price - (inc premium) £17200

Year 1960

Registration number LDJ 768


Trim Colour BEIGE

Chassis No 5825125

Engine No V7457-8

Registration LDJ 768

CC 3400

M.O.T APRIL 2004

The 1960 Jaguar XK150 offered here comes direct from a Leicestershire collector who is only disposing of this fixed head coupe because of the need to thin down his collection. The Coventry-made classic is finished in maroon with tan leather interior, and fitted with painted wire wheels, all of which are described as being in good condition, and all chrome and brightwork has been renewed or replaced. Both doors are said to open and shut very well and do not seem to have dropped in anyway.

The mileage indicated when entered for the sale was 69,738, which is believed to be the correct total from new. Whilst an original logbook with the car shows that the LDJ 768 registration would appear to have been on the vehicle from new. The interior appears to be correct right down to the original steering wheel, the only additional feature being a stereo cassette unit, which is fitted under the dashboard. The engine bay is reportedly clean, having been well detailed, and a stainless steel exhaust fitted. The headlamps have stoneguards and there are a pair of period-correct spotlights.

2006-01-11 11:59:57 | pauls writes:

Car was at auction in '02

Auction description:
Lot 238: Jaguar XK150 Fhc (1960)
Jaguar Heritage Sale, Barons (20th October 2002)
Lot Details
Auction Jaguar Heritage Sale
Barons, The Paddock Suite, Donington
Type Car
Lot Number 238
Estimate $17500-$19500
Hammer Price -
Hammer Price (inc premium) -
Year 1960
Condition rating 1
Registration number LDJ 768
Mileage -
Chassis number 5825125
Engine number V74578

2006-01-11 12:45:01 | pauls writes:

Car was at auction in '97

Auction description:
Lot 246: Jaguar XK150 Fhc (1960)
Collectors' Motor Cars, Sothebys (29th September 1997)
Lot Details
Auction Collectors' Motor Cars
Sothebys, Royal Airforce Museum, Hendon
Type Car
Lot Number 246
Estimate £21000-£25000
Hammer Price -
Hammer Price (inc premium) -
Year 1960
Condition rating 1
Registration number LDJ 768
Mileage -
Chassis number 58 25125
Engine number V 7457-8

2020-06-02 09:23:19 | pauls writes:

According to the DVLA the car has been exported from the UK.

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