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Temporary UK Import
See UK Registration/Import Status Guide in catalogue.

In 1954, Jaguar introduced the new XK140 sports car. It was in almost every respect a direct development of the highly acclaimed XK120. Many of the modifications focused on making the car a little more comfortable. The engine was moved forward in the chassis to increase the interior space, and more refined dampers were fitted. The elegant lines and powerful XK engine of the XK120 were carried over. In the high-performance Special Equipment or SE model, the 3.4-litre unit, fitted with the C-Type head, was good for 210 bhp.

According to its accompanying Jaguar Daimler Heritage Trust Certificate, this XK140 was completed on November 9, 1956, finished in Pastel Blue with a red leather interior and equipped with a French Grey soft top. An SE model, its options included the competition-inspired C-Type head, twin exhaust system, wire wheels with knock-offs, and twin fog lights. Sold through Jaguar Cars New York, the car’s first owner was Earl R. Lawson from Rochdale, Massachusetts. Through Jaguar specialist “Doc” Scadron, it was then sold to its second and current owner in 1994.

Never fully restored and retaining a high level of originality, it has formed part of a fabulous collection of Jaguars. Preserving its remarkably original condition, the XK140 was recommissioned in 2021 by marque experts CKL Developments at a cost of approximately £45,000. For the collector searching for a high-performance SE model in original condition, this is an opportunity not to be missed.

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