1952 Jaguar XK120

A Gentleman Racer Gets the Leather Treatment

Inspired by the original 1950’s “gentleman racers” that were driven to and raced at Pebble Beach, the 1952 Jaguar XK120 was the world’s fastest production car at the time of its launch. UK-based Guy Broad authentically reimagined the original leather and vinyl build with Amalfi leather. Three hides of this durable leather cover all surfaces, including the dashboard, seats, carpet binding, map pouches on doors, door lanyards, and the cockpit surround that underscores the post-World War II aircraft-inspired design.

  • Client Guy Broad
  • Location Coventry, United Kingdom
  • Product Amalfi
  • Color AF 2622 Gete
  • Photographer Amy Heynes

Product: Amalfi (AF)

Type: Automotive Leather

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