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CMC M-193 Jaguar C-Type, 1952, XKC 023

SKU: M-193
CMC M-193 Jaguar C-Type, 1952, XKC 023 Scale 1:18 Limited Edition 1000 pcs. In his or her wildest dream, every collector hopes to be lucky enough to pull a car out of the barn in a...

CMC M-193 Jaguar C-Type, 1952, XKC 023 Scale 1:18

Limited Edition 1000 pcs.

In his or her wildest dream, every collector hopes to be lucky enough to pull a car out of the barn in a rusty and dusty condition but of so much importance that it would astonish the professional world. This was what happened to Dr. Christian J. Jenny and his C-Type XKC 023. Chassis XKC 023 was first delivered to Charles Hornburg, Jaguar’s US West Coast importer in late 1952, and it was directly transferred to Joe Henderson, a Jaguar dealer in Seattle. In August 1953, the car took part in a race for the first time — the Seattle Sea fair 100-mile race, and it was driven by Bill Pollack and Jack Douglas. The latter was a comedy writer and television producer, well-known for his close relationship with Hollywood celebrities, including Mitzi Gaynor, leading star of “South Pacific“. Jack Douglas became the first owner of the sleek, fast XKC 023, and he took every opportunity to show off his vehicle and girlfriend. Also, racing was in his blood, so the C-type was frequently and successfully used in local racing events. After an accident, in which XKC 023 took considerable damage on the body side, the interest of the amateur racing driver in his C-Type dwindled. The vehicle remained on the US West Coast. In 1962 it came into the possession of Frank Schierenbeck, owner of a repair shop for European sports cars. With him, the C-type stayed until 1997, but knowledge about its whereabouts had faded into obscurity from the mid-sixties. Search for the missing Chassis XKC 023 began in 1986, and the car was found in 1997, albeit in a state of disassembly. In November 2000, XKC 023 was put together once more. Hardly completely restored, it participated in the Mille Miglia Storica 2001 with Jenny/Werdenberg at the wheel. Two years later, Dr. Jenny took XKC 023 to the celebrations in honour of the C-Type win at Le Mans 1951. In May 2006, the vehicle received the coveted FIA heritage certificate.

Model Description

  • Metal precision model hand-built from more than 1,150 parts
  • Flip-open and lockable engine hood
  • Realistic replica of the straight six engine complete with encircling components, pipes and cabling
  • Metal exhaust pipes
  • Triangular front axle with wishbones, hydraulic shock absorbers, longitudinal
    torsion bar suspension, all made of metal
  • Rigid rear axle with transverse torsion bar suspension, hydraulic shock absorbers, longitudinal links, all made of metal
  • Radiator grille hand-made of stainless steel
  • Detailed replication of the cooling system
    • Detailed fuel and oil circulation
  • Authentically-replicated hinged fuel cap
  • Driver´s door openable on realistic-looking hinges
  • Upholstered leather-covered driver and passenger seats
  • Perfectly crafted wheels with stainless-steel spokes and nipples on alloy rims
  • Screw-on central locking nuts with right-/left-handed threads
  • Elegant and brilliant finish in original colour
  • Starting numbers printed with the elaborate tampon printing method

 Technical Data (Original Vehicle)

  • Sports car built on a tubular frame
  • Body shell made of extra thin alloy sheet metal
  • 4-litre 6-cylinder in-line-engine
  • Two valves per cylinder controlled by two overhead camshafts
  • Dry sump oil lubrication
  • Mixture preparation with two SU 2”-carburettors type H8/9
  • Coil/ capacitor ignition, one plug per cylinder
  • Four-speed manual gearbox mounted to the engine

Maximum output: 200 HP at 5,800 rpm

Displacement: 3.442 cc

Bore x Stroke: 83 x 106 mm

Top speed: 230 Km/h (depending on ratio)

Wheelbase: 2.438 mm

Total length: 3.988 mm

Total width: 1.638 mm

Track front/rear: 1.295 / 1.295 mm

Total height: 1. 081 mm

Curb weight: 970 kg (2102 lb.)


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