This lovely ex-California car is a timely reminder of how elegant 120s look on disc wheels with spats. It’s a matching numbers, Left Hand Drive car in standard factory specification with biscuit upholstery and matching weather equipment including sidescreens. Standard 120s are becoming increasingly rare, and this one really is a lovely example. Recently serviced and driving as Sir William intended, this XK has a good history file with paperwork going back to 1958. The unmolested, early 120 is a true automotive design icon and this example would be as happy in the paddock at Goodwood as it would be on a glamorous Continental event.