1950 Jaguar XK120 Alloy Roadster

In 1948, Jaguar introduced the XK120, the company's first sports car since the 1940 SS 100. The XK120 advanced straight-six and aerodynamic bodywork could propel the car to over 120 MPH — and hence the 120 in the name. This 1950 XK120 is one of the last alloy-bodied roadsters made, with a production date of January 9, 1950, and one of 148 left-hand-drive models. The car has had a professional restoration and still carries its original motor, making it one of the best early XK120 examples available.

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