Unrestored 1952 Jaguar XK-120 for sale on Hemmings.com. From the seller’s description:
Stored in Atlanta, GA for three years, this car was purchased in 1969 by a small town banker in Southwest Virginia who drove it to work and entered it in local car shows where it never failed to “steal the show.” After his death in 1986, his widow stored it (under a blanket) in her garage where it slept until rudely awakened in 1998 when a heavy snowstorm collapsed the garage roof resulting in damage to the car’s windshield. The car returned to slumber until 2015 when it was pampered by an expert in British car restorations in Danville, VA who:
Rebuilt rear brake cylinders, Replaced four front wheel cylinders, Replaced all rubber brake lines, Made up and fit one front hard line, Supplied and fit replacement master cylinder, Replaced one front steering joint, Restored one carburetor body, Overhauled both carburetors, Replaced fuel pump filter, Purged all fuel and brake lines, Replaced spark plugs, Reconfigured fuel supply to carburetors, Installed new battery, Replaced ignition coil, Cleaned the points, Drained and cleaned fuel tank and pick up tube, Changed engine oil, Replaced drain plug, Cleaned filter housing and cartridge
This car has matching numbers, straight lines, is 95% rust-free (small rust in trunk area), runs and drives fabulously and is ready for it’s third owner.
Bonus item: convertible top frame
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