While not as evocative in design, the Series 2 E-type delivers essentially the same driving experience as the earlier model
Rare (1 of 2) Frisky Prince three-wheelers also available at annual Christmas Classic sale
Thought to have disappeared more than 30 years ago, the first left-hand drive 1971 Jaguar E-type 2+2 is on the docket for H&H Classics auction
Jaguar has restored a 1968 E-Type roadster with a futuristic difference, powered by an advanced electric drivetrain that fits in place of the original engine and transmission
A one-owner 1969 Jaguar E-type 4.2 2+2 driven only 1,733 miles since purchase is headed to auction, and H&H Classics thinks it could be the lowest mileage E-type in the world.
here are so many specialty skills that go into a professional classic car restoration.
Britain’s Motor Sport magazine stages its Hall of Fame awards June 6 at the Royal Automobile Club Woodcote Park in Surrey, and H&H Classics will stage a collector car auction
The Jaguar E-type Lightweight that Briggs Cunningham’s team raced at Le Mans, Road America and Bridgehampton in 1963 will be offered up for bidding August 18
It seems that the world must be filled with abandoned Jaguars waiting to be discovered in barns and garages and then pulled out and sold at auction.