This genuine RHD 1950 Jaguar XK120 Roadster was supplied new to Jersey in November 1950.  Its first owner, Bob Sangan, was the honorary secretary of the Jersey Light Car and Motorcycle Club, so it's no surprise the car comes with early competition history; hill-climbed by Bob and raced in the 1952 Jersey Grand Prix, driven by Frank Le Gallais.

The car was bought back to the mainland in 1957.  The vehicle comes with the old-style cardboard logbook, which confirms this, and has remained in the UK ever since.  It is also accompanied with Jaguar heritage certificate, excellent history file, period competition photographs and the attractive registration number, GEF 120.  

These original RHD XK120 roadsters do not often come on the market and this particular example is certainly worth a look.

Please call for further details and appointment to view.  Part exchange considered.