1954 Jaguar XK120 Drophead Coupe: Solid factory frame; numbers-matching engine block; a very complete car excellent for restoration. A California car that was stored in a barn for over 30 years. the last remaining Jaguar from Frank L. Schierenbeck's famous barn collection. Schierenbeck was a Jaguar mechanic and shop owner who held onto several rare Jaguar models in a barn on his property in Oroville. CA. The most famous of these cars was the "Last C-Type". a race car that was considered lost for decades until it surfaced just over ten years ago. For more information please see the article "Tales from the Barn: The Amazing Story of the Lost XKC023" in Jaguar Clubs of North America Newsletter (search this article name. ) This XK120 DHC was parked next to the C-Type for decades. unknown the outside world. (We are a licensed California dealer. California residents are subject to tax an license fees. We welcome international buyers. and we work closely with several SF Bay Area shippers. Please complete inspections prior to bidding. An immediate Paypal deposit is due upon hitting "Buy It Now". and the balance is usually completed through bank-to-bank wire transfer to our business account. ) Thanks for looking! Please email any questions. and see a slideshow of 122 detailed (and downloadable) pictures below: On Feb-05-14 at 17:37:37 PST. seller added the following information:
Please click on the small picture below (Frank Schienrenbeck in front of XKC023. circa 2002; the DHC appears to be in the background) to see all 122 pictures: 1954 Jaguar XK120 DHC
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