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XK120-140-150 (1948-1961)

XK120 Jaguar Parts & Accessories

The Jaguar XK120 was a sports car manufactured between 1948-1954 and was Jaguars first real sports car since the SS100 which stopped production in 1940. There were three versions available, a roadster, a drophead coupe, and a closed or fixed head coupe.

The Jaguar XK140 then took over from the XK120 and was manufactured from 1954-1957. This time, Jaguar offered more interior space, improved brakes, rack and pinion steering, increased suspension travel and telescopic shock absorbers rather than the older lever arm design. On the exterior, the XK140 offered more substantial front and rear bumpers with overriders, and flashing turn signals mounted above the front bumper.

In 1957, the XK150 was introduced and was in production until 1961. Initially only available in a fixed head coupe and drop head coupe variety, a roadster was introduced in 1958. The open two seater broke tradition and was fitted with high silled wind up windows in its new taller doors, but retained the very simple folding roof of its predecessors. Two engines were offered, a 3.4 litre and a later revised 3.8 litre engine was introduced in 1960.