Fixed Head Coupe

Museum Find: 1952 Jaguar XK120 Fixed-Head Coupe

If you’re like me, you don’t mind the idea of a classic car serving a stint in a museum. However, I prefer to see this as a short-term situation because most cars deserve to be driven and enjoyed as… more»

1-of-33? 1959 Jaguar XK 150S Fixed-Head Coupe

British sports cars retain a strong following in the classic community, especially if those vehicles wear the Jaguar badge. The interest increases enormously if the car in question is a rare version. That is the case with this 1959… more»

Rust-Free Project: 1960 Jaguar XK150 Fixed-Head Coupe

While it bore a striking family resemblance to its predecessor, Jaguar’s XK150 was larger and offered improved interior space compared to the outgoing XK140. It still housed the company’s beautiful DOHC six-cylinder engine, and for a motor of modest… more»

Rust-Free 1953 Jaguar XK120 SE FHC

When the Jaguar XK120 appeared in 1948, it marked the company’s first production sports car since before World War II. It was also the first in a line of elegant sports cars that would carry the “XK” designation. Today,… more»

Parked in ’74: 1952 Jaguar XK120 FHC

This 1952 Jaguar XK120 Fixed Head Coupe might appear to be an expensive starting point for a restoration project, but upon completion, it could be a car that is capable of commanding a solid 6-digit value. What makes it… more»

Competition Classic: 1966 Lotus Elan Fixed-Head Coupe

This 1966 Lotus Elan Fixed-Head Coupe is an unusual car because it has led a life of competition since new, but its original engine has managed to survive the rigors of racing. It retired from racing in the 1980s… more»

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