1952 Jaguar XK 120 FHC

The 1952 Jaguar XK120 FHC was supposedly “rust-free” when brought to Gassman. After diving in, plenty of rusted and worn out spots were found. Every piece that needed to be fixed was replaced, rather than filled. Every inch of this car was perfected, including inside the engine compartment, and under the body. All of the wood in the car is still original – just repaired and refinished. All of the suspension, engine, and brake system were completely rebuilt and back to “as new” condition. The Oxblood red interior remained the original color, and was all fashioned by our experienced upholsterer. This Jaguar was reborn when Gassman Automotive was finished.

The professional portraits were taken by Pat Jarrett at Studio 108 in Waynesboro, Virginia.