The Jaguar E-Type 3.8 SI FHC
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The E-Type 3.8 SI FHC is a revolutionary car for its times, both aesthetically and mechanically. It won first place among the Top Sports Cars of 1961 in a magazine called Sports Car International and was one of the most innovative cars ever made. URL

It was developed by a small team of people at Jaguar’s Browns Lane works and was designed, built and tested in two-three years before being introduced for sale. By contrast a modern model involves hundreds of people and takes anything from five to ten years to design, build, test, market and launch.

Originally a two-seat convertible, the E-Type went through a number of variants to meet consumer demand. Initially the E-Type was offered as either a coupe or a roadster, but in 1966 the 2+2 version was introduced which was 9in (229mm) longer and had a different roof angle and windscreen.

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In addition to this, the E-Type was also available in a variety of sporting variants such as the Lightweight which won the World Championship at Le Mans three years running.

Today the Jaguar E-Type is one of the most iconic cars in history and can still be seen on the roads around the globe. It is a car that many enthusiasts will consider their dream automobile and a true classic.

It is a car that can be enjoyed on a tour as it has excellent luggage space and is a joy to drive. Having said that, you will need to make sure that you are taking care of it properly so that it lasts as long as possible.