There are 245 Jaguar XK120, XK140 & XK150 cars with owners in the database.ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOP
There are 27 Jaguar XK120, XK140 & XK150s with owners beginning with "B" in the database. Click on the owner's name to contact them via our email form.
British car enthusiast (Jaguar, Triumph. MG, Healeys). My first British car being a 1960 MGA Coupe Which I traded for my 1947 Chevrolet Fleetmaster in 1976. I contributed heavily to Moss Motors Profit margin. My latest joy is a 1953 Jaguar XK 120 OTS (SE) purchased from John Farrell of NYC whom has cared well for this Jag since 1973. John also supplied E-Type parts to retail garages in USA and the world for the last several decades. I am honored to be the current custodian of this lovely piece of rolling art.
Updated June 11th, 2020. Not legal proof of ownership.
I'm near Paris (France). I had a few classic cars from a 69 VW to a Jaguar XJ6 series 3, and some more... At the time I've got an XK120 FHC and two series 1 E-Type. The RHD one was to have a ground up restoration, but I'm forced to sell her because another S1 is there. The S1 XJ6 is supposed to be my everyday car. If you're on a trip in France and are stalled you can contact me. I know a fine shop near my place.
Updated April 5th, 2009. Not legal proof of ownership.
Hope I can live long enough to restore all of my fleet of old Jags. Retire engineer, 4 children and 6 grandchildren who get most of the potential restoration money.
Updated May 31st, 2009. Not legal proof of ownership.
I own two Jags, a 1969 E-Type my father purchased new, and a 1957 XK 140 MC. The E-Type is on the road and running well. The 140 is a total project car, but has great bones. Located in Seattle, Washington.
Updated May 15th, 2017. Not legal proof of ownership.
Car-nut since birth, automotive engineer, SCCA racer
Updated July 8th, 2014. Not legal proof of ownership.
I bought my first Xk, in Michigan, in 1956; an xk 120 OTS. I did a frame-on restoration in '62 and sold it in '70. Had so much fun during those years. Hated to see it go. I got back into Jags with a '98 XJ8 VDP which I still have . A long lost friend mentioned he had a '57 XK140MC that had been in his garage since '86. He bought it from an Arizona dealer in '81. "The juices started flowing" and I bought it and am doing a frame-on restoration to bring it back as a "driver". At age 72, this will probably be my last major project,;but I hope to enjoy, once again, the wonderful experiences I had with the old 120.
Updated December 30th, 2007. Not legal proof of ownership.
owned a XK140 DH in 1969, took me this long to buy a replacement. Purchase out of Wheeler Auction in 2018.
Updated March 27th, 2019. Not legal proof of ownership.