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Barns finds aren’t just the stuff of myth, apparently. Just ask the person who found a vintage Jaguar buried in a rural barn outside of Cleveland, Ohio.

The 1954 Jaguar XK120 Roadster was recently discovered untouched from its original configuration. It includes the original engine as well as exterior and interior colorways verified by the marque. Made for the US market, the two-seater was delivered to Hoffman Motors in New York and participated in various Cleveland-area sports car club rallies and economy runs through the early 1960s. Little else is known about this particular example, but a couple of thing are clear: It’s an ideal candidate for a handsome restoration, and it’s now being offered by Gooding & Company.

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