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Jaguar E-Type Lightweight “Lindner”

Retroviseur, May 2010.
Jaguar built just a dozen of the famous all aluminium Lightweight E-Types for racing. Of these, just one was modified by the Jaguar factory for owner Peter…

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‘Lofty’ England’s E-type – Chassis Number 4

‘Lofty’ England was the legendary Jaguar Team Manager who masterminded Jaguar’s five Le Mans wins in the ’50s, before becoming Managing Director of Jaguar Cars. He hand-picked the first owners…

XK120 FHC – Jaguar Works Demonstrator Car

This is another historic Jaguar which is currently going through the CMC restoration process.
Used by Jaguar as a works demonstrator for some two years appearing in Autosport magazine in…

Coombs – MK2 Saloon

The original Coombs MK2 Saloon is nearly ready to go on to its wheels. Most of the mechanics have now been completed. We are just fitting the rear bumper before…

9600 HP – Oldest E-Type

Quite simply the oldest and most famous E-type in existence, 9600 HP was one of Jaguar’s prototypes, was used for development, as the launch car at Geneva and then as…

1VHP – First Production E-Type FHC

The very first right hand drive production Jaguar E-Type Fixed Head Coupe. Supplied by Jaguar Cars in August 1961, 1 VHP was Henly’s London E-Type demonstrator. In 2001, this very…

OKV 1 -1954 Works D-type

The second D-type to be built by the Jaguar Competitions Dept. OKV 1 was the first of the famous trio of D-types that debuted at Le Mans in 1954. It…

Rixon Bucknall – 1950s Jaguar Special

The Rixon Bucknall Special was built in the late ’50s by Col Rixon Bucknall. Based on a Jaguar XK140 chassis, the Red Car as it was known, blended vintage styling…