Jaguar Sports 1949-1975: Market Review 2019

By: Cliff Chambers

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Jaguar XK120, XK140, XK150, E-type, 1949-75

Extreme asking prices for early E-Types continue to follow international trends, however local sales at those levels are hard to confirm. One that did achieve mega money was an early-build fixed-head coupe that at Pebble Beach auction made US$620,000.

Later 4.2 coupes and especially automatic 2+2s can still be found at less than $100,000, with Series 2 Roadsters around $200,000.

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A fixed-roof XK140 that sold at auction for $91,000 looked tidy and may put the $100-160,000 being sought for other examples into perspective.

XK120/140/150 Coupe $133,145 [3]

XK120/140/150 Drophead/Roadster $185,495 [7]

E-Type Coupe $146,845 [20] 

E-Type S1 Roadster $318,735 [4]

E-Type S1.5-S2 Roadster $226,330 [3] 

E-Type V12 Coupe $129,500 [1]

E-Type V12 Roadster $203,840 [7]

[*] = number of recorded sales

(Note: concours & special cars may demand more.)

Numbers from our 2019 European & British Value Guide.

 

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