1959 XK150 fixed head coupe, 3.8l overhead cam engine and a Moss gearbox with overdrive. Original disc brakes.
Upon acquisition the car was Pearl Grey with oxblood leather upholstery. It was fitted with colour coded spoke wheels and had the same leather and chrome dash.
It has since been fully restored, painted black and re-upholstered with oxblood leather interior. The car now boasts: an automatic gearbox, air-conditioning, power steering, central locking, original 5" x 16" spoke wheels and a modern sound system.
1959 Jaguar XK150 fixed-head copue, 3.8 litre
Owned by Doug and Shalane Knox
Members of The Jaguar Drivers Club of Natal, South Africa, are justifiably proud of their cars. Some are brand new; others in original condition and some have been restored to their former glory, having been found as wrecks.
This page features the Jaguar XK150 sports car produced between 1957 and 1961 replacing the XK140. It was available in Fixed Head Coupé (FHC) and Drophead Coupé (DHC) versions. The Roadster (XK150 OTS - Open Two-Seat) was launched in 1958.
The Jaguar Drivers Club of Natal
KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa