The first of the ten ‘Reborn’ Jaguar E-type, which will be shown at the Techno Classic show in Essen in April.
Restored E-types will be sold at Jaguar after you gave new life to a classic division of the brand. Previous projects division has been restored runs of series I, the defender and range Rover classic.
First car 1965 series 1 fixed head coupe 4.2, first be exported to California but repatriated in the revived project. The rest of the series will consist of restored donor cars go by e-type experts. Like other projects, it’s reborn E-type will be restored to the exact specification of the plant at the time. Car prices depend on the specifications to which they are recovering, but a starting price of £285,000 has been quoted.
Update to the original specifications are available via the Jaguar upgrade, where practicable; in the list of available settings, improved cooling System, all-syncromesh gearbox and series 2 e-Type front brake calipers.
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Tim Hannig explained the advantage of restoring “resources and the information available for expert technicians Jaguar Classics are unparalleled in the world, which results in the most authentic e-type restorations possible.”
“The launch of the e-type Reborn-this is a very exciting development for the Jaguar classic. E-Type this is the most iconic sports cars of all time, so we are pleased to be able to give new life to carefully-chosen examples to discerning customers around the world to own and enjoy.”
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