Jaguar XK150 FHC 3,8 Litre (1960).
Rare 3,8 Litre version of this elegant and timeless sportscar.
The last and ultimate version of the legendary Jaguar XK range was the XK150 3,8 Litre. This model had the bigger 3,8 Litre straight six engine, which produced more power and torque then the previous 3,4 Litre unit. These engines were only used in the last production year of the XK150, which makes it quite a rare car.
This example is restored some years ago, and is still in impeccable condition. It is a full matching nrs car, finished in its original colour combination of British Racing Green with Suede Green hide interior. We have just put brand new 16" competition wire wheels on the car, fitted with new Blockley Radial tyres. These wheels are powder coated in the same British Racing Green as the body, which makes this XK150 looking absolutely stunning. The engine sound is fantastic, and the power and torque from the 3,8 litre block are simply impressive. The gearbox is the original 4-speed Moss box, with electrical overdrive. It shifts smoothly, just like a good Moss gearbox should do. The interior is completely retrimmed following original specification, and the quality is very very good. This is a well restored but still original car, in one of the most desirable colour combinations.
An XK150 FHC is a very stylish sportscar, that combinates good looks with impressive performance. This one has the benefit of being one of the rare 3,8 Litre versions, and is in pristine condition. Ready for daily use, and a very sound investment. If you are in the market for one of these desirable Jaguar sportscars, a testdrive with this excellent example is strongly advised.