This Jaguar XKSS was raced by a Dr. Thompson and other amateur race drivers from 1957 to 1960. Sadly, at Marlboro, Maryland, on June 7, 1958, the car crashed in practice and its driver, Steve Spitler, was killed. The car was rebuilt and passed to Ronald Scranton in 1960. He used it until 1964 and then stored it away, until selling it to Jaguar collector Walter Hill in Florida. In 1974, Stirling Moss drove this car for a documentary about the Sebring Circuit in Florida where so many Jaguar victories took place. Hill restored the car to its original specification and it was then sold at the Gooding auction at Pebble Beach in 2005.