The Jaguar XK 150 was introduced in 1957. Although it had a strong resemblance to it's predecessors, the XK120 and XK140, it no longer had the split flat windscreens but a one-piece curved windscreen.The XK150 had various technical improvements such as disc brakes on all corners and significantly more interior space than the previous XK cars. The characteristic depth-adjustable black 4-spoke steering wheel with the large black and gold Jaguar hornpush is typical for the XK range. We have made a wonderful replica in a slightly smaller size than original. In combination with the delicate drawing of Dutch artist Albertus Holsheimer and the handmade zebrano display case it forms the perfect must have for the classic Jaguar collector to decorate his home or office wall.