Low Drag Lightweight Jaguar E-Type Concept car makes public debut 47 years after it was builtView gallery - 8 images
It's not often that a car makes nearly fifty years after it was built, but that's what happened at the recent Cholmondely Pageant of power when the newly-restored, one and only factory-built Low Drag Lightweight Jaguar E-Type of 1964.
It crashed at very high speed testing at Montlhéry and was so badly damaged that it sat for 47 years before a complete restoration involving 7,000 hours of work restoring more than 90 per cent of the original parts to restore its magnificent original state.
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Great gallery showing the many moods of the priceless masterpeice.View gallery - 8 images