Jaguar XK 140 Roadster 1955 LHD And why wouldn't an evergreen such as an XK 140 Roadster be bright red? According to the Jaguar Heritage Certificate this XK is still in original colour combination (although the exterior paint colour was slightly more classic in Maroon) and matching numbers. Maybe a bit unusual but also seen on other Jaguars XK are the Robergel wire wheels. At a certain point in the 80-ies, this XK belonged to Mr. Simon Latour, director of the Winfield racing school in Le Castellet (South of France) and later in the hands of Mr. Edouard Gaffié who restored his XK in 1994. In 2008 this XK arrives in Belgium in the possession of a keen British classic sportscar enthusiast who campains his Jaguar regularly in all sorts of local and international classic car events. To improve the reliability and driving comfort, Coopercraft brakes are fitted, an alternator, an aluminium radiator + a Kenlow fan, an alloy fuel tank, etc... This Jaguar XK drives indeed beautifully! Comes with good service records & Belgian registration documents + interesting "140.XK" registration (in case a Belgian enthusiast succumbs...)
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