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In this area, you can learn a lot about the legendary production vehicles of the Jaguar XK series, from the Jaguar XK120 to the Series 3 of the Jaguar E-Type.


  • Briggs Cunninghams E-Type Lightweigt No 14 - (Copyright Bonhams)
    Tall stature, dark curly hair, who does not know the sailor, designer and racing driver Briggs Swift Cunningham. It's hard to imagine the history of racing in recent years without him and his white racing cars with the broad blue double stripes. At first he drove his own constructions, later it was well-known brands such as Chevrolet, Maserati, Porsche or Jaguar. The last named, a number 14 Jaguar Lightweight, is now up for auction at Bonhams on 19th September at Quail Auction. It was the Read More
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Whether it's cruising through the tunnel in Griffith Park in second gear or down the Sunset Strip with the dirt bikers, Magnus Walker takes us through L.A. and the history of the E-Type to get one thing straight. Is an E-Type still the "big thing"?

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