LWK 707 –’Seven Days And Seven Nights’ Car 1
LWK 707 –’Seven Days And Seven Nights’ Car 1
LWK 707 –’Seven Days And Seven Nights’ Car 1
LWK 707 –’Seven Days And Seven Nights’ Car 1
Driven by Sir Stirling Moss, Jack Fairman, Leslie Johnson and Bert Hadley, this relatively standard XK120 Fixed Head Coupe was taken out to the banked Montlhery track near Paris in 1952, and succeeded in averaging over 100mph for seven days and seven nights, covering over 16,851 miles. 
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The car is in lovely period condition and CMC were asked by the Jaguar Heritage Trust to carry out a sympathetic Jaguar restoration, retaining all the unique features and lovely patina.

On LWK 707 we rebuilt the right side of the car after it had been involved in an accident at Goodwood. Due to the extensive damage, we were unable to save the front wing and driver’s door although we did manage to obtain an original factory wing as a replacement. The damage extended into the bulkhead and we had to mount the body on our jig in order to pull the body straight.