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Jaguar XK 150 S DHC 3.8 ltr


I 1958 - 1960 I


Malcolm Sayer


6 cylinders

267 hp

3,781 cc







The Jaguar XK 150 was first introduced in 1957 and was an evolution of the previous XK models. The XK 150 was offered in several body styles, including the XK 150 DHC (Drophead Coupe), known as a cabriolet or convertible coupe.

The Jaguar XK 150 was developed as a modernized version of the XK140. It had a revised design that was more contemporary. The XK 150 DHC was a convertible with a folding top that could be opened or closed as required.

The XK 150 was equipped with various engines, including the more powerful 3.4-litre and later the 3.8-litre inline six-cylinder engine. These engines were equipped with a

The Jaguar XK 150 is highly prized by classic car enthusiasts. Its elegant design, powerful engine and advanced technology for the time make it a sought-after collector's item.

The history of the Jaguar XK 150 DHC reflects the evolution of Jaguar's XK series and represents the tradition of luxury and performance associated with the brand.


This XK spent several years in its home country of England until it was discovered by former ORF director 'Teddy Podgorski'.

Thus, a project was found for the next few years. The restoration and import to Austria was like a crime thriller. This long history connected Teddy with this Jaguar so closely that he did not part with this classic for over four decades.

We were able to purchase this Jaguar a few years ago and have driven it countless kilometers since then. The driving characteristics and engine performance of this cat are breathtaking.

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