The Jaguar E type is regarded as a motoring icon and its success lay in the combination high performance, beauty and competitive pricing. Enzo Ferrari was known to have commented that the E type was the most beautiful car ever made
It is one of only six automobiles to reside in the Museum of Modern Art (MOMA) in recognition of its significance in the design world.
Introduced in 1971, the series 3 Jaguar E Type was a very different car to its predecessors. The V12 engine, only 39 kg heavier than the 4.2l six cylinder, was initially designed for the Lemans 24-hour race but was well suited to the American market (Jaguar’s largest client base) who loved their big engines. Wheelbase was stretched, wheel arches flared, plus power steering and bigger brakes were added. The E type was now more luxury cruiser rather than road racer
This example left the Jaguar factory in 1972, underwent a thorough rebuild 6 years ago and has the following desirable options:
Contact Gareth or David for more details: Tel: (021) 462 3558 or send us an enquiry via the contact form below
Complete the form below to subscribe to the Crossley & Webb mailing list.
previous Crossley & Webb campaigns.