*Opalescence gray with red interior, black top
*Totally restored in Italy after being discovered ~7 years ago
*Recently serviced by JD Classics
*Delivered new in Feb 1962 to NYC
This Jaguar model is referred to as the E-Type or the XKE, and when introduced, Enzo Ferrari said it was the most beautiful car in the world; most would agree it was the sexiest car in the 60's. The sleek lines, long bonnet and amazing sound from the 6 cylinder engine was a package that guarantied success. This Roadster was restored outside Verona, Italy by E-Type specialists after being found as a complete and solid survivor. In November of 2017, JD Classic workshops performed a thorough inspection (mechanically and cosmetically). It drives wonderfully and is in terrific condition ready for the next owner.
Buyer at Barons gets crates of parts, a chassis and body panels
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