1958 Jaguar XK 150 3.4 FHC
|Performance:||3.4 Liter I-6 , 2 SU carburetors|
|Transmission:||4 speed with Overdrive|
|Color exterior:||Sherwood Green|
|Color interior:||Black Interior|
|Wheels:||Chrome Wire wheels|
(SOLD) This numbers matching Jaguar is a very original car that makes for a very good example. The fit is also very good, and it has many factory features and original parts such as 4-speed with overdrive, new 16 inch wire wheels, original air cleaner, carburetors, voltage regulator, original Lucas driving lights, twin mirrors mounted on top of the fenders, steering wheel, horn button, instruments, sun visors, and much more. This Jaguar has recently benefitted from a comprehensive repaint by Classic Showcase. As needed the bright work has been re-chromed, and all new suspension, bushings, a-arms have been installed as well as new brake calipers and hoses. This car is very well sorted. Most of the original parts and hardware still remain under the bonnet in good serviceable condition. It comes with jack, grease gun, and spare tire are included. It also has dual exhaust. It is an excellent running and driving car. This XK-150 FHC has great, original patina, and it is also an excellent opportunity for the Jaguar collector to drive, show and collect.
In 1957 Jaguar introduced the XK-150, a replacement for the XK-140. The XK-150 had many similarities to its predecessors but it featured modern styling and improved mechanics. Only 4,450 Coupes were produced of the XK-150 between 1957 and 1961 with 10,000 XK-150’s produced total. The XK-150 was plusher and more civilized, and substantially restyled, with a re-contoured beltline, wider grille and a one-piece windshield. The curvature of the line from front to rear fender was much straightened, resulting in a heavier look. For better drivability, disc brakes were fitted with servo assist.