1958 Jaguar XK150 3.4S Roadster

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1958 Jaguar XK150 3.4S Roadster

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  • 1 of approximately 44 Home Market 'S' Roadsters built
  • Just 3 owners from new
  • Matching numbers example with lovely history
  • 13,000 miles from new
  • Wonderful colour combination of Mist Grey with Burgundy
  • Jaguar Heritage Certificate 
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Jaguar introduced the XK150, the final variant of their XK range, in 1957.  The XK150 gave a more modern look compared to its forbears with a single piece, curved windscreen and a wider passenger compartment gave a more comfortable seating position.  Jaguar also improved the braking by adopting disc brakes after their huge success at Le Mans.

In standard form the power output remained at 190bhp, similar to the XK140 but for those requiring a sportier performance ‘Special Equipment’ and ‘S’ versions came with 210 and 250bhp respectively, the latter achieving a 0-60mph time of 7.3 seconds and a top speed of 136mph.

Original Jaguar Press Photo of the XK150 Roadster

Original Jaguar Press Photo of the XK150 Roadster

For the first year the XK150 was available in either fixed head or drophead coupe form with a roadster version appearing the following year.   The roadster would become the rarest XK150 model with only 44 home market ‘S’ Roadsters being built.  The attractive, pure lines of the less fussy Roadster design combined with the sporty ‘S’ performance has sent these cars to the top of many collectors wants lists and remain an excellent investment.

Period XK150 Roadster Advertising 

Period XK150 Roadster Advertising 

186 HYK is one of these rare beasts, a ‘S’ Raodster.  First registered to Major A Lazarus on the 1st of September 1959 and finished in an attractive colour combination of Mist Grey with a Red interior.  From the old MOT certificates the car appears to have only covered 13,000 miles from new and has received various restorative work over the years most notably in 1990 when £10,000 was spent on the car to bring it up to scratch.

The car is currently in a nice usable condition where it can be driven without fear of spoiling but at the same time it could be improved which would be a fun project as well and increasing the value of the car considerably.

A top investment car for the future.