Well-maintained in lovely condition since a comprehensive restoration, finished in the attractive original shade of Carmen Red. Numbers-matching 3.4-liter engine and updated 5-speed manual gearbox. Nicely sorted and sensibly updated for effortless long-distance touring and road events.
This lovely XK150 features the versatile and attractive Drophead Coupe coachwork and is presented with a beautiful, well-maintained restoration and subtle updates including a 5-speed gearbox to improve performance and drivability. The Jaguar Daimler Heritage Trust Certificate shows this car was completed on October 22, 1958, finished in Carmen Red over a red interior, and equipped with the 3.4-liter engine and Borg Warner transmission. It presents today in excellent condition, wearing a well-maintained restoration in the original shade of red over a biscuit interior and fawn canvas top. The body and paintwork are older, yet crisp and well-presented, displaying properly fitted panels with even, consistent gaps. The car rides on sparkling chrome wire wheels shod with high-performance, period-correct Michelin X radials. The remaining brightwork on the bumpers and body is in good order, with some fading and minor pitting evident, but with an overall consistent appearance that suits the car’s driver-friendly nature.