With its characteristic Jaguar roof line curving back to meet the rear deck and echoing the sweep of the fenders, the XK 120 Fixed Head Coupe not only carried on the family resemblance with Jaguar's sedans but also gave Jaguar the combination of luxury, performance and value for money that was the company's stock in trade. This 1953 Jaguar XK 120 Fixed Head Coupe is as nice a car as Jaguar ever built. Its ebony Black paint complements the lithe, seductive curves of the XK 120 fixed head coupe coachwork while the beautiful Tan leather interior similarly complements the rich wood interior trim, dashboard and instrument panel. It is equipped with steel wheels, hubcaps, spats (rear wheel skirts), fender mirrors, black wall tires, Lucas fog lights and tri-bar headlights and has a full tool kit with Jaguar-labeled tools. It is a multiple award winner, including a 2006 Jaguar Club of North American class win in the Chicago Region Concours, Best in Show at the Kohler International Concours and Best Postwar Sports Car in the Geneva, Illinois Concours. In view of these wins, including meeting the notoriously demanding standards of the highly experienced JCNA judges, it is especially notable that it has never been restored, just consistently maintained, preserved and updated as needed by a succession of caring, thoughtful owners. It is remarkably clean and orderly, a singularly exceptional example of one of Jaguar's greatest automobiles that is ready to be used, enjoyed and shown with pride.
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