The model XK 120, introduced in 1948 caused a sensation for Jaguar. Its success with the roadster, cabriolet and coupe models, especially in the US, filled the company’s coffers. This allowed Jaguar to continuously improve the sports car. From the XK 140 to the XK150, the technically most advanced series. The most prominent new feature were its disc brakes on all four wheels. The XK 150 with 3.4 liter and 3.8 liter capacity was built between 1957 and 1961.
Our Jaguar XK 150 Coupe is registered in Germany. It’s Classic Analytics certificate classifies the classic as a “3”. It’s a ralley classic with unusual engine power with its 3 carburetor engine.
- front: disc
- rear: disc
- 3 carburettors
- Gearbox fully synchronised
- Current Classic Analytics report: Grade 3