Jaguar XK 120, 140 & 150

1948 to 1961

Jaguar XK 120, 140 & 150
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Format: Paperback / softback, 64 Pages
ISBN: 9781845843779
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Description

Many interesting classic cars are ever increasing in value, and the XK120, XK140 and XK150 models are certainly among that category. This is the essential guide to those models – an important read for owners, but more crucially, a constant reference guide to keep with you when viewing a potential purchase. It will help you identify the model that suits you, tell you what to look for when inspecting a car, and provide you with all the necessary procedures to go through to ensure the car is what it appears to be. 

The author

Nigel Thorley has been involved with Jaguars all his life, having owned seventy-five at the time of writing. His first Jaguar came at the age of eighteen, and he has owned most models over the years (currently a 5.0-liter XK Portfolio convertible, an XJ saloon, and a Mark X). Nigel has written more than twenty titles on the marque. He is a founder member and director of the Jaguar Enthusiasts' Club and has edited its magazine, Jaguar Enthusiast, since 1984. He has also written about Jaguar for many other forms of media. 

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Specs

Format: Paperback / softback, 64 Pages
ISBN: 9781845843779
Illustrations: 94 color photos
Size: 5.47 in x 7.68 in x 0.125 in / 138.94 mm x 195.07 mm x 3.175 mm
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