If you're a classic Jag lover, maybe this zany 1955 XK 140 MC Royal will tickle your fancy. Imported into the States when new, this XK was raced six times before its transformation into the funky custom seen here in the late 1950s.
The car's body was reshaped by Joe Wilhelm to include a chopped top, a one-piece windscreen, and a hand-crafted grille. Other unique features include frenched (or recessed) front lights and nerf bar bumpers. Don't worry, for reference we've provided some pictures of a regular XK so you can see all the differences.
With under 7,000 miles on the clock and a win at Pebble Beach way back when, this would be a great addition to any Jaguar or custom collection.
The body sure stands out (love the chopped top), but can't say the same for that awkward-looking nose. As for that color, well...that's up to you all.
By Phil Alex
1955 Jaguar XK140 MC Royal
1956 Jaguar XK140 FCH