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Posted: 19 May 2014
The E-Type lives again!
Better late than never. Back in 1963, Jaguar allocated 18 chassis numbers for a series of lightweight E-Types, but never built them. Now its finishing the job.
In any other sphere, being 51 years late for your job would get you a stern disciplinary from your boss, but this is an E-Type, so some leeway is entirely permissable. They're all being built to the original spec, too - this is no retromod - including that dry-sump 3.8-litre straight six.