The 400bhp E Type with Supercharger running, glorious sound from straight through stainless steel pipes.
A Series 3 E Type modified to series 1 looks with retro styling and an XJR6 Supercharged engine with 5 speed gearbox fitted. Phenomenal performance with 30 mpg if required.
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Painting an E Type Jaguar
Painting the underside of an E Type Jaguar at Classic Jaguar in Austin,
E-type and Eagle Speedster - Top Gear - BBC
Jeremy Clarkson drives a vintage Jaguar e-type along a country road, and
then tries an Eagle speedster, a new car which resembles the E-type. Great
HD clip from Series 17 of Top Gear. Go to http://www.youtube.com/TopGear to
see a full list of all high quality videos available on the Top Gear
YouTube channel and don't forget to visit http://www.topgear.com for all
the latest news and car reviews.
Eagle, Jaguar E-Types
Eagle E-Type have a reputation for supplying the best original, ultimate
restored & finest most effective upgraded Jaguar E-Types in the world. This
Montage Porsche 911 Carrera RSR Motor
Ein Film über die komplette Montage eines Porsche 911 Carrera RSR 3,0
Rennmotors. Gezeigt wird der detaillierte Zusammenbau vom nackten
Motorgehäuse bis zur Volllastmessung auf der Motorbremse.
A film about the complete assembly of a Porsche 911 Carrera RSR race
engine. It shows the detailed assembly starting from the bare engine case
and ending in the measuring of its maximum power and torque on the Dynometer.
1973 Jaguar E-Type (Series 3) - 5.3L V12
Going for a drive in a 1973 Jaguar E-Type (Series 3). This XK-E has a 5.3
liter V12 with 420 horsepower, 6 dual throat
Weber carburetors, a lightened flywheel, high compression pistons, racing
camshafts... and a great sound!
(Filmed with a Canon 7D and two GoPro HD Hero cameras)
Jaguar Celebrates 50 Years of Iconic E-Type
This year marks the 50th anniversary of one of the most famous and
desirable cars in automotive history - the Jaguar E-Type. Jaguar will be
celebrating this special anniversary year at high-profile motoring events
throughout 2011. The company will mark the anniversary at the 2011 Geneva
Motor Show and go on to celebrate at Goodwood's Revival and Festival of
Speed, the Pebble Beach Concours d'Elegance, the Nurburgring Old Timer
Grand Prix and a host of Jaguar customer, dealer and lifestyle events
Beacham, E Type. Official HD version. "check it out in full HD."
Official Beacham E-Type Jaguar Youtube Rerelease,
See it now in HD. "Don't forget to hit fullscreen.." enjoy.
"What we've done with this car, is to give an E-type Jaguar the total
functionality of a new XKR".
The BeachamTM E-type is destined for the classic enthusiast who requires
reliability along with modern technology and all the mod cons. Plus a
serious fun factor.
Perhaps no other car from its era is as recognized - and desired - as the
Jaguar E-Type roadster (or XKE, as it was known in America). First
introduced in 1961 the E-Type was an immediate sensation. It has a unique
shape that owes nothing to anything previous - except of course the iconic
LeMans winning D-type racer. It is a mix of traditions with its lovely oval
grille, rounded lines, and long nose. Enzo Ferrari himself declared it to
be the most beautiful car ever conceived.
First of all it must be said that the BeachamTM E-type is very rapid
transit, 0-60 mph in around six seconds fast. Plus it features superb
steering and handling. All because it has been re-engineered from the
wheels up. And the workmanship is exceptional.
Externally it looks very familiar, the only real giveaways for the
sharp-eyed are the contemporary Jaguar mirrors and door handles, the air
scoop under the front bumper, and the bigger Jaguar competition tires and
chrome wire wheels. (The latter are genuine, and original, Jaguar factory
options.) However it is beneath the skin, and inside the cabin where the
most obvious visual changes are to be found. Under the bonnet the BeachamTM
E-type is crammed full of technology: ABS brakes, traction control,
anti-dive suspension geometry and more.
But it is the interior where the achievement really hits home. Trimmed in
supple new leather, the modern seats have all the power controls from the
current Jaguar. Included is a full complement of comfort and safety
systems: Power-adjustable Steering Wheel, Side Mirrors, all with Memory
Function; Climate Control and Power Windows of course, even the SRS/Airbag
Systems, as well as the addition of a Power-operated Convertible Roof.
Topped off with a premium sound system and GPS, all is joy set into a
bespoke polished wood veneer dash.
A new subframe was devised to house the XKR V8 and front suspension. The
integration of the mechanical components has to be considered a remarkable
engineering feat. Underneath the car is a work of art. The stainless-steel
Exhaust system, with its cross balance
pipes, is of the highest order and everywhere there are signs of the
closest attention to detail. But exchanging modern technology for old is
more than fabricating new engine mounts and rerouting Exhaust systems.
As Beacham Jaguar have pushed the technical specification further and
further they've also had to make quantum leaps in coming to grips with the
electronics - now one of the most vital aspects of any high
Combining the electronic demands of modern engines, transmissions and
systems such as airbags and ABS with existing electronics was a startling
achievement for a small manufacturer. Beacham Jaguar has put 5 years of
hard development behind them to produce the current models. The BeachamTM
E-type pushes that mechanical and electronic envelope all the way to its
logical conclusion - a completely new car.
The result is a revelation to drive.
Jam throttle pedal and there's a nuclear blast of power. No hint of
wheelspin - traction control calms any whiff of that - just a clean, clear
blast of raw acceleration. First, second, third, and fourth gears come and
go, smoothly, on the inexorable journey to top.
Soon you're heading for the stars!
"What Greg Beacham and his team of experts have achieved at Beacham Jaguar
in New Zealand is nothing short of incredible. The result is an E-type
Jaguar that is totally usable on a daily basis, it's an adrenalin pumper
and it's a far better car to drive in every respect than the original."
2011 Jaguar Eagle E-Type Speedster
A Jaguar remix by Eagle.
Eagle, makers of the exclusive Eagle E-Type, showcases the world's most
exclusive hand built car - the E-Type Speedster - an authentic Jaguar
E-Type from the 1960s reworked with more muscular styling, fresh classic
detailing, and the performance of a contemporary supercar.
This outstanding car makes its public debut at 2011 Salon Privé, the
luxury supercar and Concours d'Elegance, taking place at Syon House in west
London on 22nd-24th June, 2011.
Henry Pearman, the founder of Eagle, says of the new Speedster: "The
elements in this remarkable alchemy are an original Jaguar E-Type, thirty
years of dedicated experience, and the absolute cream of our widely
acclaimed engineering developments and upgrades."
Eagle has a global reputation as an E-Type specialist, and offers an
unparalleled collection of magnificent E-Types for sale, ranging from the
earliest original specification dealer launch examples through to fully
Beneath the Speedster's jaw-droppingly beautiful body, every component has
been thoughtfully and skilfully reworked, improved and often lightened
resulting in a handmade automotive masterpiece with a weight of just
1000kg. The technical tour de force is the original Lightweight E-Type
based aluminium 4.7 litre fuel injected engine and aluminium drive train.
While retaining an external appearance identical to the original, they
enable the car to offer a power- to- weight ratio matching that of the very
latest Porsche 911 turbo.
Jaguar E-Type Speedster Specifications
•Engine: 4.7 litre, aluminium in line 6 cylinder, longitudinal front
•Cylinder head: Aluminium twin cam big valve.
•Max power: 310bhp @ 4800rpm
•Max Torque: 340lb ft @ 3600rpm
•Fuelling: Fuel injection with individual throttle bodies and ECU
•Transmission: Aluminium 5 speed gearbox, aluminium Power Lock
•Suspension: Independent wishbones, 6 high tech adjustable dampers, anti
roll bars and rear radius arms
•Brakes: 315mm/280mm drilled and vented discs, Aluminium 4 pot calipers,
•Steering: Rack and pinion
•Wheels: 6 x 16 front, 7.5 x 16 rear, aluminium rims with stainless steel
•Tyres: 225/55 x 16 front, 245/55 x 16 rear
•Weight: 1008kg dry
•0-60mph: under 5 seconds
•Top speed: 160mph plus
Jaguar E-Type First run
First dynamic run after 4 year restoration period of our Jaguar E-type 4.2
litre MK II Cabrio.