If I had an Extra $450,000 Laying Around . . . .

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Ken Caniglia AKA Superfly
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That XK150 not being orginal and only a 3.4L is not worth the money IMO! And what's wrong with how an XK150 drives? My first car. 3.8L. 4 wheel disc brakes, torsion bar front suspension. A little heavy compared to othe XK's, but nice driver. OBTW my brother had an XK140 and an 67 XKE. The 140 being lighter handled better, but the 67 XKE 4.2 was the best of the street XK's.
 
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Scott Harrison

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Only briefly drove a V12 XKE. Seemed fine to me.
 

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Ken Caniglia AKA Superfly
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Brothers 1957 XK140 and his then mine XK150 3.8 (my first car). Brother then moved up to 1967 XKE 4.2 roadster. Last year of SU carbs, spinners and glass over headlights. Best of all!
XK 140.JPGXK 150 1.jpg
 
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