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1952 Jaguar XK120 Fixed Head Coupe

During its launch in 1948, there were only a few cars that could compete with the Jaguar XK120. A competitive Ferrari would cost more than 3 times the price of a very comparable Jaguar XK120, and the Austin-Healey would not come out until nearly 2 years after the FHC was released in 1951. The 1951 Jaguar XK120 Fixed Head Coupe was a good option for buyers both then and now. An attempt to broaden the appeal of the XK120 line by enclosing the passenger cabin for bad weather, the Jaguar FHC would confront the practicality issues of driving a XK120. The FHC was more than just a Roadster with a hardtop, it was meticulously designed and crafted.

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Throughout its 6 year production period, Jaguar would sell 12045 XK120 units, of which only 2672 were Fixed Head Coupes. The coupe is considerably more rare than the Roadster or the Drop Head Coupe models. The Jaguar XK120 have proven to be quite sturdy over the past decades. Buyers should take note of any rust damage to these delicately curved body panels, which can be expensive to repair. The gearbox should also be inspected. For more tips, ER Classics encourages you to contact them today! Their team of professional sales people looks forward to assist you find the 1952 Jaguar XK120 Fixed Head Coupe youve always dreamed about.

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