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In today’s market, an original right-hand Coupe is by far one of the most desirable E-type models to have rolled out of Browns Lane, just like this fabulous early 1962 example, having left the production .....

Much has been written about the early models, whether you refer to these legendary machines as XKE or E-type, this particular Jaguar is one of the sexiest cars of the 1960s. Following the winning formula .....

The early Series 1 3.8 E-type Coupes ran through production from March 1961 to October 1964 with a total of 7,669 cars produced, of which a large number where finished in the left-hand drive due to their .....

The Series 3 E-Type was introduced in 1971, to ensure the E-Type continued to appeal to the US-market (Jaguar’s biggest buyer), the wheelbase was lengthened, power steering was added as well as Jaguar’s .....

Supplied new to Jaguar Cars, New York in 1963, this 3.8 coupe was first delivered in Opalescent Dark Blue over Dark Blue leather, presented as a left-hand drive to its first owner, a Mr Brown of Marysville .....

Since leaving the production line as an original left-hand drive and exported to Peter Lindner Cars, Frankfurt in September 1965, this original matching numbers Series 1 4.2 Coupé has returned to the .....

COMPLETE LISTING COMING SOON Chassis Highlights: -Highly desirable early Series 1 roadster rolling restoration, 1 of only 514. -Full matching numbers -Original right-hand drive -Finished in .....

The 4.2 litre Jaguar E-type was regarded as the more refined model when compared to the earlier 3.8 cars, and represented the next step as Jaguar looked to capitalise on the early success of the E-Type. .....

In 1971, Jaguar changed their focus from racing to touring and the US-market, the Series 3 was born. Ensuring the E-Type continued to appeal to the states (Jaguar’s biggest buyer), the E-Type was lengthened .....

Another exceptional example of one of the worlds most iconic British sports cars joins the E-Type UK showroom. A stunning Series 1 4.2, one of the last S1 examples to be finished in left-hand drive and .....

A restored early 1962 Series 1 3.8 roadster, an original left-hand-drive example, finished in factory-correct Opalescent Dark Blue with Beige interior and Blue mohair hood. Treated to a gradual restoration .....

Towards the end of the Series 1 production the Series 1.5 (Series 1 ½) transitional models began production. Although never officially recognised by Jaguar, over time these E-type variants became a sub-category .....

A genuine matching numbers and original right-hand drive example, that was built on 28th November 1964 and believed to be the 28th 4.2-litre Series 1 roadster to be produced in RHD. Benefiting from over .....

A recently fully restored and matching numbers Series 1 roadster, original left-hand drive and finished in factory correct Opalescent Golden Sand and light tan interior. This 1967 example offers a rare .....

A highly desirable, original UK delivered, early Series 1 3.8 fixed head coupe Jaguar E-Type. Just one of only 150 flat floor examples built in right-hand drive and the 80th Series 1 off the production .....

A brilliant early roadster, treated to a full restoration and completed in an attractive and classic Jaguar combination of Opalescent Maroon, Maroon interior and complementing black hood, a factory finish .....

After leaving the production line in 1973, sold to its first registered owner, Mr Harris, Enfield via London’s Henleys LTD, the Series 3 lived the London life for some 8 years being regularly serviced .....

This Series 1 (1/2) 4.2 OTS was built on 7th November 1967 and shipped out to New York, USA on 22nd November. It currently retains its original colour combination of British Racing Green with Beige interior .....

This 1971 Series 3 OTS was fully restored by E-Type UK in 2014 with no expense spared, featuring substantial upgrades transforming the E-Type into a true sports car. Presented in an eye-catching Carmen .....

Released in 1961, the E-type helped cement Jaguar as one of the most popular automotive exporters to the U.S market. The popularity of the E-type was further enhanced by the release in late 1964 of the .....

Presented here is a wonderful example of matching numbers 1965 Jaguar E-Type Series 1 4.2 OTS in left-hand drive. An immaculate car inside and out, finished in eye-catching Silver with reupholstered Light .....

This Series 1 4.2 OTS was manufactured for delivery in USA in September 1966, Chassis No 1E 13560 and Engine No. 7E 10372-9 (supported by a Jaguar Heritage Certificate) and is finished in Carmen red with .....

The Jaguar E-Type, manufactured between 1961 to 1975 was described by Enzo Ferrari as “the most beautiful car ever made”. The E-type helped cement Jaguar as one of the most popular automotive exporters .....

Now available is this stunning example of a late 1962 Jaguar E-Type Series 1 3.8 OTS left-hand drive. An original US delivered car, imported to the UK in 2016 and then treated to a full nut and bolt restoration. .....

The 2+2 E-Type was introduced in March 1966 for the man who loved his family as much as he loved sports cars. To accommodate for the extra two people, the wheelbase was lengthened by 9 inches, the roof .....

NOW UNDER OFFER - Shown here is an early example of a 1968 Series 2 4.2 OTS, manufactured in October and dispatched to Jaguar Cars, New York in November the same year. Finished in an original but .....

NOW UNDER OFFER. The US was Jaguar’s leading market for the E-Type; therefore when the US introduced certain safety legislation for 1969, Jaguar were forced to redesign specific parts of the E-Type .....

Released in 1961, the E-type helped cement Jaguar as one of the most popular automotive exporters to the U.S market. The popularity of the E-type was further enhanced by the release in late 1964 of the .....

Launched in March 1961, the 3.8L Jaguar E-type was initially for export only, it wasn’t until the combination of looks, performance and pricing captured the British public’s imagination that the car .....

The Series 3 E-Type was introduced in 1971. To ensure the E-Type continued to appeal to the US-market (Jaguar’s biggest buyer), the wheelbase was lengthened, power steering was added as well as Jaguar’s .....

Released in 1961, the E-type helped cement Jaguar as one of the most popular automotive exporters to the U.S market. The popularity of the E-type was further enhanced by the release in late 1964 of the .....

The Series 3 E-Type was introduced in 1971. To ensure the E-Type continued to appeal to the US-market (Jaguar’s biggest buyer), the wheelbase was lengthened, power steering was added as well as Jaguar’s .....

The Series 3 E-Type was introduced in 1971. To ensure the E-Type continued to appeal to the US-market (Jaguar’s biggest buyer), the wheelbase was lengthened, power steering was added as well as Jaguar’s .....

Released in 1961, the E-type helped cement Jaguar as one of the most popular automotive exporters to the U.S market. The popularity of the E-type was further enhanced by the release in late 1964 of the .....

The US was Jaguar’s leading market for the E-Type; therefore when the US introduced certain safety legislations for 1969, Jaguar were forced to redesign specific parts of the E-Type and the Series 2 .....