Just three owners from new and beautifully presented in Squadron Blue, with a high-quality restoration and numbers-matching engine. Wonderfully suited for show, rallies, or tours.
This superb 1951 XK120 OTS roadster is an early production example that has had just three owners from new. It is in beautifully maintained order since receiving a high-quality, nut-and-bolt restoration to concours standards by its second owner. According to the Jaguar Heritage Certificate, chassis number 670662 is a numbers-matching car that was built on the 4th of September 1950 – coincidentally Sir William Lyons’ birthday. An early, steel-bodied left-hand drive car, it was first finished in pastel blue over a duo-tone blue interior and delivered new to D. S. Gross of San Francisco, California in the opening days of 1951. Mr. Gross used the car sparingly through his tenure, but he retained it for 33 years, only selling it as a complete, rust-free but non-driving project in 1984.