• E-Type UK Series 3 restomod with 6.1-liter V-12 engine

    The Jaguar E-Type is arguably one of the prettiest cars to ever built, but the final-generation Series 3 is often overlooked for earlier examples. This E-Type Series 3 restomod may change that perception. E-Type UK, a British firm specializing in E-Type restorations, completely reworked this 1974 E-Type Series 3 and turned it into a beauty. The firm added a set of stainless steel bumpers, without the godawful rubber extensions, front and rear. E-Type UK also added extended louvers to the hood, opened up a channel for additional airflow, and installed a set of one-off 16-inch Turino wheels to...

  • 1961 Jaguar E-Type to be restored by Classic Motor Cars
    Rare 1961 Jaguar E-Type found in pieces to be completely restored

    Classic Motor Cars of Bridgnorth plans to undertake quite a challenge, signing on to fully restore a 1961 Jaguar E-Type that was found in pieces. But this isn't your ordinary E-Type. CMC has identified the car as chassis number 875256, which happens to be one of the very first left-hand drive...

  • Classic Motor Cars' stretched 1968 Jaguar E-Type 4.2
    Stretched Jaguar E-Type: The Car That Should Have Been?

    We're living in a golden age of car modification. More than ever before, flashing the right amount of cash can pretty much get you any car you desire. In the classic Jaguar world, that often means something like the stunning Eagle E-Type Roadster, subtly reworked in just about every way and sold...

  • 1968 Jaguar E-Type Coupe, for sale on eBay, April 2013
    Classic Jaguar E-Type: Abducted, Shot, Rescued, Then Ignored

    The Jaguar E-Type is nothing less than a legend, a classic, a car that stands alone. And striking cars should come with startling stories. A certain Jaguar 1968 E-Type Coupe offered for sale in Rockville, Maryland, has that, in spades: In its 45 years, it has been loved, abducted, found, denied...

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