Jaguar's XK120 was the ultimate sports car of its day. With its advanced dual-overhead-cam, 3.4 liter straight six making 160 horsepower, it was capable of 120 MPH — hence the 120 in its name. In early 1950, Jaguar switched from aluminum to steel bodies in order to keep up with demand for the car, and the example you see here was one of the first steel-bodied models. Sold in California in 1951, in moved to its next owner in 1960 who had it until 2002. The car has been in dry storage since the 1970s and boasts numbers-matching certification from Jaguar, along with some interesting modifications and an excellent patina. A perfect candidate for a full restoration or bringing to drivable condition, this classic is ready for an owner to get it back where it belongs — on the road.