vintage! Jaguar E-Type | drive it

Jaguar's iconic E-Type sports car was first presented to the public at the Geneva Auto Salon in 1961. When it was introduced, the E-type with its long low hood and what many see as its voluptuous curves was an immediate sensation.Incorporating many features from Jaguar's successful D-type race car, the E-type's straight six engine produced 269 hp and a top speed of almost 240 km/h. In 1971, the popular two seater was revamped, and became available with a V-12. The last ones were built in 1974, and today a well-preserved specimen can cost up to 100,000 Euros.

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Jaguar E Type
My E-type starting from a cold engine.





1963 E type jaguar 1st start up (from the key) in 35 years
My 1963 series one E-Type jaguar being started on the key for the first time since 1977 Had been stored since 1977 or earlier and i am in the proccess of recomisioning it It was tow started a few weeks earlier to assertain the condition of the engine. Notice the damper jumping out of the carb when it is reved up





Real Drivers: Jaguar E-Types (Series I and Series II)
See more at http://hittingredline.com/ . It may have been too snowy for driving footage last Friday, but that didn't stop some great shots of Rob Tobia's two Jaguar E-Types. The cars are in fantastic condition, though as you can tell from the blue car, they are always works in progress. This interview is the first in what may become a series; if you want to see more, let me know in the comments. The music is Stefano Mocini's "The Segrets [sic] of the Earth," used under a Creative Commons Commercial Use license.




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