Jaguar Xk120: The Story Of 660725

March 23, 2021|
Jaguar Xk120: The Story Of 660725 by Simon Ham
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Few, if any, Jaguar XK120s can have enjoyed a more fascinating and varied life than chassis number 660725. Just under two-thirds of the total production was allocated to the Roadster, which had caused such a stir at the 1948 London Motor Show. Of that, 660725 was one of just 1,173 right-hand-drive Roadsters constructed.

"Apart from now being the longest-serving XK120 owner, I also consider myself the most fortunate, lucky, accidental, blessed, providential – call it what you will – owner. Why? Because no fictional script writer could have come up with the number or variety of experiences, both dangerous and funny, in so many different countries and environments, that any combination of car and man would experience together.’ Bob Henderson, January 2013
Simon Ham was born into a motor-racing family. His mother entered club events, while his father David competed in a range of machinery, from Aston DB4GT to Hesketh 308E. Simon is also an enthusiastic racer, having competed all over the world in cars that include the Lister-Jaguar that his father bought in 1969 for £1250. As well ...
Title:Jaguar Xk120: The Story Of 660725
Product dimensions:96 pages, 10 X 9.25 X 0.5 in
Shipping dimensions:96 pages, 10 X 9.25 X 0.5 in
Published:March 23, 2021
Publisher:Porter Press
Appropriate for ages:All ages
ISBN - 13:9781907085802

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