|4.2 Jaguar E-Type|
|Open Two Seater|
|Left Hand Drive|
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Record Creation: Entered on 16 July 2006.
Database Updates: Show dataplate edits
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2006-07-15 07:20:12 | pauls writes:
4/26/05 Listed among inventory that has once been in the possession of a Georgia enthusiast www.jaguarjames.com
2007-10-01 18:31:56 | Tom writes:
James it amazes me our Jags were just 18 cats apart on the assembly lines and they are both the same color and in Atlanta. You must be a walking jag resource.Tom
2007-10-01 18:54:44 | Tom writes:
P.S. How'd you get a 1968 title when my car was made after your's. Mine shows 1967 and bought new in New Orleans, La. I've seen this before, just useless wondering Tom in BHM
2016-01-27 04:25:15 | Lofty writes:
For sale by Eagle in the UK.
Eagle Sport Roadster
Eagle 18 - A remarkable Eagle Sport Roadster in quintessential colours
Enquire about this E-Type
No.18 of 35 Eagle E-types built
Full Eagle Service History
5 Speed Gearbox
The Eagle E-Type
An Eagle is tailored to offer maximum reliability, durability and versatility while adhering as faithfully as possible to the original specification and feel of the classic E-Type.
A range of packages are available to offer enhancements and improvements dependent on your driving style and how you plan to use your E-Type.
The whole bespoke service ensures your Eagle E-Type is precisely tailored to you.
No.18 was finished in 2005 and left us then as a 'zero mile better than new' E-Type and, having covered only 3,601 miles and been cherished since, remains as new.
To date only 35 Eagle E-Types have been created and they are recognized worldwide as the very finest Jaguar E-Types. Reconstructed from an original example each Eagle is built without compromise and finished to standards way beyond those achievable when initially manufactured in quantity from the factory. All elements of the cars are improved to ensure longevity and functionality is enriched as well as the appearance.
Eagle 18 features prominently in James May's Cars of the People Series 2 Episode 2
Finished in our own formula 'Eagle Red' paintwork with the full leather Biscuit interior and Eagle Sport seats, Eagle 18 exhibits a quintessential E-Type look that is still wonderfully fresh.
An extensive number of upgrades were fitted to Eagle 18, which saw the car completed to our desirable Sport specification and then enhanced further with many items from our ultimate SuperSport package. Improved electronics, brakes and cooling have vastly enhanced the reliability and safety aspects while our Sport-grade suspension, rebuilt engine and 5-speed gearbox make this Eagle expertly capable.
However, be in no doubt that these upgrades have concentrated and not diluted that original and charming spirit of the E-Type.
Since its Eagle commission ten years ago this E-Type has taken full advantage of our exclusive service packages, remaining well-known to us and receiving our specialist care. This is of-course a practise we would be delighted to continue for the next owner.
Eagle 18 features in the new series of BBC Top Gear with Chris Evans
Originally delivered to a Los Angeles lady owner in late 1966, this E-Type retains its upgraded but matching numbers engine and since its 'zero miles' Eagle commission restoration has covered just 3,601 miles.
This then is a rare opportunity to acquire a bespoke Eagle E-Type immediately.
2016-09-30 04:26:59 | StevenD writes:
This car was featured in "James May's Cars of the People" show episode S02E01
James is driving it around talking about how great the car is and how wonderful the view over the bonnet is. The reason you know it is this car is at one point they feature a closeup of the ID plate and if you pause the video at the right point you can actually read the numbers on the plate. They however do not mention it is a modified Eagle car.