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The 1951 Jaguar pictured last year.
A pensioner who paid less than £200 for a classic Jaguar has decided to sell the car after 50 years of ownership, with experts tipping it to collect as much as £100,000.
Malcolm Brock first bought his 1951 XK120 roadster as a fresh faced 19-year-old in 1969. He paid just £180 for the car and instantly fell in love with it's charm.
Since then the car has been like a loyal friend to Malcolm and he holds several happy memories in it, including it carrying his daughter to her wedding over twenty years ago.
Malcolm, 68, has competed in the convertible in a number hill climbing events, and also used it as his everyday run-around for several years.