Similar to 1951, when the Fixed Head Coupe version of the Jaguar XK120 was released, 1953 was a big year in the production of the XK series with the release of the popular Drop Head Coupe or DHC. The DHC was more like the Fixed-Head Coupe than the Roadster, with a well-tailored folding hood replacing the steel roof. Intended to be driven with the hood down, the DHC featured a fixed-head style windscreen that needed the windows to be up in order to prevent air currents from whipping around the back of the occupants necks. Most buyers did not seem to be concerned with this little detail. Throughout the 1953 production year, all three styles saw great success and continued to be one of the most sought after luxury sports brands available at the time, further solidifying that Jaguar had the ability to produce post-war cars that were stylish, relatively affordable, and powerful.
Whether you’re looking to purchase a 1953 Jaguar XK120 Fixed-Head Coupe, Drop-Head Coupe, or Roadster, the team of classic car enthusiasts at The Beverly Hills Car Club will be happy to assist you. With their finger on the pulse of the European and American classic car markets, their Los Angeles classic car dealership is constantly buying and selling some of the country’s most exceptional classic cars. They encourage you to take a look at their online inventory and welcome you to browse this website for more Buyer’s Tips. Don’t see what you’re looking for? Be sure to let their team know and they will be happy to help you find the right one. Holding a strong reputation for fair, honest, and professional car deals, they look forward to assisting you with all your classic car needs big and small.
For more information on the 1953 Jaguar XK120 or to explore other Jaguar, Porsche, Mercedes, Ferrari, Triumph, or Rolls Royce options connect today! They look forward to hearing from you soon and to welcoming you into The Beverly Hills Car Club family of clientele. Connect now.
1953 Jaguar XK120 Details:
Learn More About Classic Jaguars: