Jaguar XK 120 Coupe, 1952, Cream with red leather interior and white wire wheels with chrome spinners. This is the fourth right hand drive XK ever built and it has an incredible story to tell, it was shipped to Rhodesia when completed in December 1952 and supplied new by Sagers of Bulawayo the Jaguar agent, to the first owner who is thought to have been John Love the six times SA formula one champion and 1962 British touring car champion who also owned the dealership in Bulawayo. The following experts, Leaping Cats (bodywork) Brookfield (paintwork) Tom Hampton (interior) Merv James Ex Vicarage and CMC (assembly) have been involved in the restoration. Sympathetic upgrades included, rack and pinion steering, telescopic shock absorbers, and a louvered bonnet. The history file contains, a Heritage certificate along with, photos of the discovery and restoration process, bills and V5 etc.
Now today this car the fourth right hand drive XK 120 Coupe Produced and also the second one to be sold to a private owner is simply stunning throughout and has only covered sixty shakedown miles since it's comprehensive rebuild.