Fewer than 90 102s and 103s were ever built, so this 1955 Pegaso Tipo Z-102B is already rare. The fact that it's one of just seven built with coachwork by Saoutchik, and it becomes even more exclusive. Powered by a dual overhead cam V8 engine mated to a five-speed transaxle, it was a groundbreaking setup for the period. Several owners have enjoyed this example over the years, at one point passing through the hands of noted car enthusiast and casino legend Bill Harrah, who had a high-level restoration performed — one of two restorations it's seen throughout its life. As a result, it is in excellent condition and a Concours-ready example of a highly limited classic.
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Production runs are sometimes limited arbitrarily. Tragedy limited the run of the XKSS. When the Browns Lane plant went up in flames in 1957, it destroyed the remaining unfinished chassis, leaving only 16 examples in the wild. This 1957 Jaguar XKSS was one of them. The winner of many Canadian sports car events from its delivery through 1961, it continued to see success on the track until it was acquired by its current owner almost 20 years ago. It has since undergone a show-quality restoration, yet retains its original chassis, body, and engine. As one of few remaining original examples and the first of its kind to go under the gavel in over a decade, this is a rare opportunity to acquire one of the world's most sought-after classics.
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