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Record Creation: Entered on 12 March 2012.


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2012-03-12 00:51:24 | pauls writes:

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1953 Jaguar XK120 Roadster
Chassis Number: S677288
S677288 was last registered in the USA in Ohio in 1977. Previous history is unknown. The car was purchased by a Swiss collector and exported to Switzerland, and he campaigned the car extensively in club road events for many years until he stored the car approximately five years ago. Purchased by Jurg Street in Berne Switzerland and sold to present owner who re-imported the car into California in early 2010. Car needed fuel system restoration and complete brake job including new lines and master and slave cylinders. Engine has strong compression on all cylinders and runs well. New Excelsior Stahl Sport Radial tires fitted all round and wire wheels restored. Excellent top, No side curtains. After market bonnet strap. Alloy sump.

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