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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 th ... Read More >

‘Lofty’ England was the legendary Jaguar Team Manager who masterminded Jaguar’s five Le Mans wins in the ’50s, before becoming Managing Director of Jag ... Read More >

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.  This was another conser ... Read More >

E-Type Chassis 15, the car that turned heads at the 1961 Scottish Motor Show, underwent a full nut and bolt restoration at CMC after being found in a sorry state in a barn in ... Read More >

The car was retrimmed, repainted, and had all mechanic and electrical components restored. It took part in Salon Prive 2014 in the celebration of the 50 years of the Ferrari 2 ... Read More >

Named to reflect the theoretical 100 mph maximum speed, the SS Jaguar 100 marked the start of an era when introduced in 1936. It also marked the start of a trademark; the famo ... Read More >

The car won the Best of Show award at the RAC’s 14th annual Midsummer Drive-In and Concours in June 2015. Everything was dismantled down to the last nut bolt a ... Read More >

This car has been in the same ownership since the mid-1970s and stored in a barn. The owner’s intention was to one day restore and use the car as everyday transport. Unf ... Read More >