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Jaguar XK 120 (1948-1954)

The sensational 120 was introduced in 1948. It shared its chassis with the Mark V, although the 120's was shortened somewhat. The XK120 was equipped with the new twin-cam six cylinder engine.

Jaguar XK120

Jaguar XK120

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Jaguar XK 120

XK 120 at the Goodwood Festival of Speed

 

Specification Jaguar XK 120

Jaguar XK 140/150 (1954-1961)

1955 Jaguar XK 140

1955 Jaguar XK 140

Jaguar 140

1955 Jaguar XK 140

Drop head coupé and fixed head coupé

Goodwood Festival of Speed

 

 

The Goodwood Festival of Speed is held in the grounds of the home of the Earl of March. The track winds up the hill, past the magnificent Goodwood House. Racing cars of all eras, ranging from the 10 litre Fiats from the 1920s to present-day F1 cars, all compete against the clock. The paddock is open to the public and there are numerous opportunities to meet famous racing drivers and photograph the priceless cars in detail. Shown here are some pictures taken at the 2008 event.

Humber Hawk Mark III-VI 1949-1957

Humber Hawk Mark III-VI 1949-1957

Humber Hawk Mark IV

Humber Hawk Mark IV

humber hawk

1954 Humber Hawk Mark VI

 

Humber Hawk Series I-II 1957-1963

Humber Hawk Series I-II 1957-1963

 

Pullman & Imperial 1948-1953

Pullman & Imperial 1948-1953 Limousines

Humber Super Snipe Series I-III 1957-1962

Humber Super Snipe Series I-III 1957-1962

 

Jaguar S (1963-1968)

Jaguar S (1963-1968)

1963 Jaguar S

1963 Jaguar S
 
 

1963 Jaguar S

1963 Jaguar S

Jaguar E-Type (1961-1975)

Jaguar E-Type (1961-1975) known in the US as the XKE

 Jaguar E-Type

1961 Jaguar E-Type

Jaguar E-Type

1961 Jaguar E-Type Hardtop

Jaguar E-Type

Jaguar Mark I (1955-1959)

1957 Jaguar Mark I

1957 Jaguar Mark I

 

Jaguar mk 1

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