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Got a good start. then chased down big block Corvette at Sebring. In my 1966 4.2L Jaguar Etype.


 


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E Type Jaguar vs Corvette Stgingray
Just in case you haven't had enough of British cars, we're gonna keep it goin...but this time we're comparing the E-type Jaguars with the America's flagship sports car, the Corvette Stingray...Let's take a look. The E-type Jaguar originally came with a 3.8 liter, 3-carborator version of the world renowned XK engine, delivering two hundred and sixty-five brake horsepower and achieving a top speed of a hundred and fifty miles an hour. It was the first Jaguar sports car with independent rear suspension -- together with inboard disk brakes. The sleek, elegant body was a refinement of the Malcolm Sayer design D-type shape. Early models can be identified by welded-up hood-lubers and flat-floor interiors, which provided less space but more cache. The 3.8-liter engine model had to make due with the rather slow-moving moss gearbox. But when the 4.2 model arrived, an all- synchromesh box was added, as were improvements to the breaks with more trust-worthy power assistance. The cooling system was also upgraded but the tradeoff was that the 4.2 version engine was not as free revving as the 3.8 model. The interior of the 4.2 got reclining seats to replace the thinly covered but comfortable buckets and the trunk-lid had 4.2 added to the jewelry to make it more noticeable. As the E type evolved from the Series One to the Series Two in the late 60s, it gained some features and lost others. First to go were the distinctive but inefficient headlight covers and the lights themselves were moved forward. The center nuts for the wire wheels lost their spinners for safety reasons. A series two E type is also identifiable from behind -- the thin delicate rear lights of the earlier versions gave way to the larger lights placed under the full-width bumper. The Exhaust pipes were also spread further apart. Under the hood, the series two underwent further changes. Gone were the polished alloy cam covers and twin Stromberg carbs. The interior was equipped with rocker switches instead of the previous toggle switches, once again in the interest of safety. But what was lost in cosmetics for the series two was gained in drivability. The notorious cooling problems of the early E types were now well on the way to being solved. And the brakes were much improved. But whether a series one or a series two, the 6-cylinder Jaguar XKE represents one of the all-time highs in automotive design and performance. Two years after Jaguars landmark achievement, the Chevrolet division of General Motors delivered a classic of its own -- the all-new Corvette Stingray. Though perhaps not as sophisticated a design as the Jaguar, it had three hundred and twenty-seven cubic inches and available fuel injection. By 1967, the Vette could be had with a mean motor, to give it a straight-line performance edge over almost anything else on the road. So which was the better car...you decide. But one thing is for sure; both the Jaguar XKE and the Corvette Stingray answer the question...what is a sports car.





E-Type Jaguar How to "Spot Repair"
In this video I will take you through the steps of How to do a Spot Repair on this E-Type Jaguar Painted in Pale Primrose Paint Code 251 using Standox Solvent Basecoat and Crystal Clear Pro HS, using a DeVilbiss GTI Pro with a HVLP Air Cap for Base and Pro Lite with a TE20 Air Cap for Clear. I will take you right through the job from Applying Filler and Priming the Scratch to Colour Matching, Prep Work, Masking, and Paint Application, I will also show the Methods used for Cut & Polishing and leaving no trace of Repair. Learn how to Spray Paint like a Pro by following this step by step guide to Spray Painting. To keep up to date with all my latest work Subscribe to my Channel and give my Facebook page a like by clicking this link https://www.facebook.com/pages/The-Gunman/214940068707221?ref=hl





Datatoys: 2007 Road America Spring Vintage Race Corvette Pt 1
This is the Yard Racing Vintage Corvette racing at Road America. Using the Datatoys DT-CAME580 and SDVR600 Recorder availible at www.datatoys.com





1970 Corvette #27 Wins at Limerock Vintage Races Sept 3-6, 2010
The 25th Annual Limerock CT Vintage Races with 320 entries in 10 Groups. This video follows a 1970 Corvette convertible 355 ci piloted by Mark Ferrara. There were 5 sessions of 10-12 laps. A practice session, then 3 races. In the first race Mark goes from 17th to finish 7th. The next race he starts 9th and finishes 3rd. The last race he starts 3rd and then get the lead before the first lap is over & continues to lead to the checkered flag. In the last race a Donovan Jag #61 goes from last place to 3rd or 2nd. Congratulations to all. DocRebuild.com at work. This sound track is from this Groups racers on this track.





Jaguar E-Type racing from the inside
Jaguar racing at the Seattle International Raceway.





Jaguar E-Type restored by professionals, watch the amazing Video with a sexy car
Jaguar E Type Cabriolet, Flat Floor Model, Complete overhould in a breathtaking way to make the car brandnew, Enzo Ferrari said: "Best car in the world"





Jaguar E-Type lowdrag - Oldtimer Grand-Prix 2010 Nürburgring
Qualifikation zum Rennen "Masters GT bis 1965". Impressionen aus der Boxengassen vom Motorenstart, kurze Aufnahme von der Strecke und zwei Runden Inboard im Qualifying mit Oliver Mathai. Es gab kein Rennen aufgrund des schlechten Wetters am Sonntag





Jaguar E-Type Restoration - 2 1/2 years in 8 minutes
Restoration video of a Series II Jaguar E-Type. The restoration took two and a half years, thousands of hours of labor, and much, much more $$. The Jag was last licensed in 1983 and spent the last 15 years outside with a deteriorated car cover. This was a nut and bolt restoration. Everything was rebuilt or replaced. Every motor, caliper, assembly, etc. was dissassembled and rebuilt.





Porsche GT2 EvoM GT700 vs. 1964 Jaguar E-Type 4.2 at Spring Mountain Raceway
The Smoking Tire visits Switchcars.com, a trackside exotic car dealership at Spring Mountain raceway. We test drive a pro-touring 1964 Jaguar Series I E-Type 4.2 and a 2003 Porsche 911 GT2 with the EvoM GT700 package, as well as explore some of the other beautiful cars at Switchcars.com





Limerock Vintage Corvette 2nd Practice Session
Sept 4, 2009 Seven Corvettes practice at the Limerock, CT 27th Annual Vintage Festival. Two 1965, two 1967, two 1969 and one 1970 fo battle with McLaren, Lotus, Jaguar, Ferrari, Paw-sha, Ford GT40, Cobra and a gaggle of Rustangs. Watch the White 1967 convertible # 57 as he was practicing to ther limit. DocRebuild.com at work. It's a hoy, smoky, smelly, dirty job, but somebody/s gotta do it.





Vintage Racing - 1950s Indy Cars startup and race. LOUD!!!
Chris Ashworth records a series of 1950s Indy Cars at Michigan International Speedway. This was a vintage racing event that was associated with the Concours d'elegance of America, where these cars were on display after this event. This event was incredible! I got to wander in the pits and the garage area. You will hear these cars starting up right from the tailpipes, and you will see them driving on the track from the pits. Please comment, rate, and subscribe! My Facebook Page - http://tinyurl.com/6385qw2 Blog - http://dtrockstar1.blogspot.co​m/





Jaguar E-Type Series One - I bought one | Sarah Dowding
Just about everyone will agree that the Series One Jaguar E-type is a stunningly beautiful piece of automotive design. It is one of the most iconic cars of all time, whose design has endured ever since its original launch in 1961. For many, the thought of owning such an automotive pin-up is a distant dream, but not classic car enthusiast and founder of Classic Travelling motoring tours, Sarah Dowding. Following the financial crisis in 2008, Sarah acutely observed a tempting combination of low interest rates and a deflated classic car market would actually help realise her lifelong ambition of buying an E-Type. From our first five minutes with Sarah, it’s clear to see she’s a true petrolhead, regaling driving stories with ease and affection. Her first car was a Volvo 340, after which she bought the Morgan 4/4 that still sits alongside her Series One Coupe. However, it’s the Jag that is the beginning, middle and end of her car world. “Every time I step inside the E-Type, I feel privileged not only to drive it but to own it. Classic cars are a passport to seeing, doing and visiting the most spectacular places, and meeting some fascinating people.” Unlike the majority of E-Types, this Coupe isn’t a fair weather trailer trophy as a 700-mile day trip from Switzerland to home in Hampshire will attest. Modern additions such as electronic ignition, uprated disc brakes and a CD radio player have been considered essential for such vigorous use, although Sarah has steered clear of retro-fitting air conditioning. It all goes to show that classics can also be considered daily drivers. Following the E-Type’s 50th anniversary in 2013, and based on Auto Trader’s current market valuations, we’d estimate the value of Sarah’s car has probably doubled in her tenure - try getting that kind of interest from your bank. But it’s an outcome that is as fortunate as it is irrelevant: owning the E-Type has always been about driving pleasure, not profit. “Now that I’ve got it, I don’t think I could ever sell it,” she concludes. “Selling this car would be like selling the dog.” First published in Auto Trader Magazine to download for FREE go to: https://itunes.apple.com/gb/app/auto-trader-magazine-uk/id568372832?mt=8 https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=uk.co.autotrader.autotraderm ag To search for a Jaguar E-Type go to: http://www.autotrader.co.uk/search/used/cars/jaguar/e-type/





1965 Sebring 12 Hour Grand Prix of Endurance - "The 12 Hour Grind" - Part 2 of 5
This is the second part of "The 12 Hour Grind" which deals with the legendary 1965 Sebring 12 Hour Grand Prix. This is the race where Jim Hall and his Chaparral went on to victory despite the notoriously rough Sebring course and the deluge of five inches of rain that struck half way through the race. For the first time in many years American drivers driving an American car had won the race. The race video will be shown in five parts.





Old Top Gear - Jaguar E-Type





300 bhp Jaguar E-type 4.2 Litre built by Lex Classics - Full HD video with spectacular engine sounds
Jaguar E-type 4.2 Litre OTS (roadster) series 2 extensively tuned and prepared by Lex Classics - 300 DIN bhp. in Dyno testing! Engine parts balanced, head flowed, racing camshafts, special pistons, triple twin choke Weber carburettors, high capacity aluminium radiator... Find top class Jaguar E-types and other classic- and sports cars for sale at http://tinyurl.com/ccg-sales http://www.ClassicarGarage.nl http://www.twitter.com/ClassicarGarage http://www.facebook.com/ClassicarGarage http://www.flickr.com/ClassicarGarage http://www.youtube.com/ClassicarGarage





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