Super cars were the order of the day at the Jaguar Enthusiasts’ Club stand at the NEC Classic Motor Show, so the Club had the idea of presenting some of Jaguar's most iconic cars.
First up on the list was the E-Type, most cherished of Jaguars past, but none more so than the lightweight E-Type. With only 12 originally built this was the unicorn of the design, so when Peter Neumark heard the Club’s idea, the famous Lindner Nocker was booked for the show.
Not only that, but CMC specialists Michael Windsor, Luke Martin and Finn Walton were on hand every day to help talk people through the car and its almost as famous 7,000 man hour restoration.
Accompanying the Lindner Nocker on display were some of Jaguar’s most famous super-cars, including the "Bud Light" XJR12, XJ220, C-X75 and the C-Type.