The seventh customer Jaguar D-Type left the factory in 1955 bound for Australia and driver Bib Stillwell. Chassis no. XKD 520 would be successful in the hands of Stillwell, setting records and winning races until being sold to the Australian Motorists Petrol Company in 1957, when an accident during transportation caused the car to be sold again. The car continued to be a feared opponent up through the early '60s — at a time when technology was making massive strides — before being retired under the ownership of future Le Mans winner Richard Attwood. The car has been fitted with the larger 3.8-liter inline-six, supplied by Jaguar in-period, and has a fully-documented history. Simply being a D-Type, one of the most storied racing cars ever made, is enough to garner plenty of interest, but with its fully-documented history and extremely original condition, this is considered one of the best D-Types on the planet.