The story of two men who shared a lifelong passion and friendship and an invention that initially revolutionized racing.
Jay Leno talks about his first "true sports car", which he was allowed to sit in when he was 9 years old. Years later he find out that the car is still with its old owner ...
All from a single source, that motto of the master from Sussex, Henry Pearman. A successful short film with interesting insights into his company - Eagle.
Imagine you are packing a late Jaguar E-Type Series 3 with the power of its V12 engine into a sporty E-Type Series 1. Is that possible? Jason Len from XKs Unlimited explains.
What is white, unrestored and you see it from time to time on the streets of Los Angeles? Jay Leno will tell you! Welcome back to his garage.
Did you know that Gwendoline is a typical English name? Now they know, and they will learn a lot more from the man from Wall Street.
Who doesn't know Jay Leno's famous car collection? In this short movie he introduces his 1954 Jaguar XK120 Fixed Head Coupé in his well-known manner.
Even Hal Ashby, director of the famous classic movie from the 70s, knew that an E-Type could also be used commercially and someone dared to take the step ...
Feel like Steve McQueen once did in his Jaguar XKSS on Sunset Boulevard in the late 1950s. Mr. Cheng from California, with his RAM Recreation, knows how it is.
Architect Miguel steers his E-Type across the streets of Lima/Peru, a car that never let him down, even at the Cannonball over the Panamericana between Bolivia and Ecuador.
August 2015, a piece of Jaguar history is auctioned, XKC052 - the second of three Works-C-Types, which finished 4th in Le Mans in 1953 and later won for the Renstall Ecurie Ecosse.
Who doesn't know, the "Car Guy" Terry Larson from Mesa/Arizona and his most famous Jag - OKV 2, the ex Werks-D-Type, which Stirling Moss and Peter Walker piloted in Le Mans in 1954.
Mr. Winston Dabbs tells the story of his time, how, at a young age, he discovered a passion for British automobiles that accompanies him through his life and continues to this day.
JWK 977 - the number is emblazoned in white letters on the dark green aluminium body of the former factory racing car, which contested the big races of its time.
To build a lightweight racing car with SCCA approval from a commercially available Jaguar E-Type 3.8 litre coupe is a challenge that Jason Len can tell a lot about.