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Stefan Lebens sent in these images of his former (late 1954) XK 120 FHC.

His comments:
" These might be of interest to everybody that needs details of the body structure.
This was my car. I bought it in Evergreen,Colorado in 1997/98. My friend Bob Grossman did a complete engine job, installed a new brake system and new wheels and tires.

The car had been sitting in a barn for about 20 years. The car was shipped to Germany, and I was able to drive it with the nicely restored mechanics and the rough looks (Believe it or not, but the car didn`t take part in the Falkland war). My dear wife and I even took it to the XK 5oth in Donington where it attracted some attention between all the restored beauties. Maybe one or the other on the list remembers the car.

Afterwards I took it completly apart to restore it. While doing it I was offered a 120 OTS project, I couldn`t resist as this was alway my number one favourite. I was able to sell the FHC- project and since May 2001 I enjoy driving my 120 OTS. "

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