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XK WORKSHOP GROUP

For Members restoring Jaguars XK 120/140/150.See More
May 23
Roger Tipping liked Rafe Saber's group XK WORKSHOP GROUP
May 23
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May 23
Roger Tipping liked Christopher Robert Champion's photo
May 23
Mack Abernathy posted a video

First Drive 1969 Jaguar E-type 4.2 DOHC Six with Triple Carbs

Despite the absence of a hood, turn signals, etc...we decided to take the 1969 Jaguar E-type for a little spin. Eric Lindsey, from Manns Restoration, has bee...
May 19
Geoffrey Horton liked Geoffrey Horton's photo
May 7
Marc Mears replied to Brian Ternamian's discussion Fixing the dreaded bonnet crack in the group XK WORKSHOP GROUP
"you may have to  google .. 3M Panel Bonding Adhesive MM"
May 6
Marc Mears replied to Brian Ternamian's discussion Fixing the dreaded bonnet crack in the group XK WORKSHOP GROUP
"Not that I have had this problem, but I do fly planes and they do get cracks in their aluminium. I guess that you are just wanting a temporary repair and if I was going to do it, I would first find the crack, then drill 2 small holes in the bonnet…"
May 6
James Heavner posted a photo

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1956 XK 140 MC
May 5
Brian Ternamian added a discussion to the group XK WORKSHOP GROUP
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Fixing the dreaded bonnet crack

What are the different and/or best way/s to fix the mid bonnet crack - specifically on my 120.I cannot find how to search this site, but I did a forum search on Jag Lover site and, really, didn't find much. One long thread said the fix from an aircraft mechanic/fuselage man was to double over a long strip of aluminum on itself and pop-rivet the thin reinforcement to the bonnet as an expedient till a proper fix of taking out the offending area and welding in new aluminum could be done. That…See More
May 5
Otto Mueller posted photos
May 3
Leif Hagelstam posted a photo

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Finally in traffic
Apr 29
Francis THIBAUD replied to Brian Ternamian's discussion XK120 steering column in the group XK WORKSHOP GROUP
"Hi Brian The 120 steering column is a whole and I don't think you can delete the outer column only, simply because it is holding the whole thing together. IMHO, if one has a very good reason to alter the original setup, the only…"
Apr 29
Brian Ternamian added a discussion to the group XK WORKSHOP GROUP
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XK120 steering column

I am attempting to remove my outer steering column for more access in the engine bay for various and sundry reasons. The outer column seems to be riveted to the upper steering box "collar" for no apparent reason. Was that necessary and can they be cut/drilled out to separate the box collar from the outer column. For that matter, with the steering box collar in place with its seals, is there any reason to have the outer column? More modern cars do away with such a column and, indeed, the inner…See More
Apr 28
Leif Hagelstam commented on Leif Hagelstam's video
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Walkaround

"Historic approval - Check License plates (vanity) aquired - JAG-120 - Check Vehicle inspection - Check Minor adjustments and testing - To be completed before 1st of May Has it been a bumpy road - Yes Owner bankrupt - Check Is it worth it? -…"
Apr 20
Leif Hagelstam posted a video
Apr 20
Otto Mueller replied to Paul Breitenbach's discussion Front Seat Question - Mk II vs XK150
"   Hi Paul, The only other seats I've seen fitting a 150 are those from an XKE S-1. They are the bucket type, they looked like they belonged there originally. I've been trying to locate them but seems either no one wants to part…"
Apr 7
Otto Mueller replied to christopher's discussion XK140 Demister Chrome trim...whats the trick...?
"  Hi Chris, A bit late on this discussion but going to post it anyway for future use for anyone interested. Here are photos of the finished dash for my 150, done by OSJI. Beautiful work & very reasonable. 1) this is how OSJI fitted the…"
Apr 7
Paul Breitenbach posted a discussion

Front Seat Question - Mk II vs XK150

Hello - Can anyone advise if 1963 Mk II seats would fit in a 150? They appear to be wider from photographs I have. Thanks - Paul See More
Apr 7
 

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XKData.com Latest XK Cars Added to Database

S673502

1953 XK120 LHD 3.4 OTS

Current color: Old English White

Current condition: Nice Driver

Last seen: Ireland

660529

1951 XK120 RHD 3.4 OTS

Engine: W2404-8
Gearbox: JH4794

Built: 1 January 1951

Current color: Maroon

Current condition: Rest: Nice

Last seen: Switzerland

T831419DN

1959 XK150 LHD OTS

Engine: V51307-9
Gearbox: JLS41569CR
Body: F16427

Built: September 1958

Current color: Carmen Red

Current condition: Rest: Concours

Last seen: United Kingdom

XKEData.com Latest E-Type Cars Added to Database

1E17194

1968 S1.5 LHD 4.2 OTS

Engine: 7E16405-9

Current color: Pale Primrose

Last seen: United Kingdom

1R7724

1969 S2 LHD 4.2 OTS

Engine: 7R2368-9
Gearbox: KE3794
Body: 4R1795

Current color: Willow Green

Current condition: Nice Driver

Last seen: United States

1S21111BW

1973 S3 LHD 5.3 OTS

Engine: 7S8197LA
Gearbox: 11790
Body: 4S2723

Current color: Bright Red

Current condition: Nice Driver

Last seen: United States

1R7739

1969 S2 LHD 4.2 OTS

Current color: Bronze

Current condition: Scruffy Driver

Last seen: United States

UD1S22769BW

1974 S3 LHD 5.3 OTS

Engine: 7S11790LA
Gearbox: 18219
Body: 4S4659

Current color: Silver

Current condition: Rest: Concours

Last seen: Germany

 
 
 

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