1971 and 1973 Jaguars


Enzo Ferrari once called the Jaguar E-Type “The most beautiful car ever made,” and we’re proud to have not one but two of these beautiful machines. The Jaguar XK-E, a British sports car manufactured from 1961 to 1975, was based on the Type D racer, which was huge in the racing world and had the engine bolted directly into the framework. These vehicles were different than others of their kind and time period, with disc brakes, rack and pinion steering, and went 0-60 in under seven seconds.

Initially designed to be a rear-wheel two-seater coupe or convertible, a longer four-seater was released later. Our two Jaguars are Series 3 models, which were introduced in 1971. These models came equipped with a 5.3L twelve-cylinder Jaguar V-12 engine, better brakes, and power steering. The option for an automatic transmission was available, as well as air conditioning.