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This rare expression of Jaguar classic was painstakingly restored over the years, preserving its original body, engine, and transmission.
Its wide-angle 3.8-liter inline-six engine is outfitted with Lucas mechanical fuel injection which enables it to turn out 300 hp.
One of just seven ever made to order, it was updated with a 3.8-liter engine in 1958 before being acquired by Le Mans winner Richard Attwood.
The car’s impressive power and performance are fully realized thanks to triple carburetors, gas dampers, and a lighter flywheel.
The luxurious interior is outfitted with an infotainment system running on an updated version of the JLR InControl Pro software.
The tools come in a canvas roll that is easily opened to access each of them while taking up minimal space inside the vehicle.
A five-speed manual gearbox from Getrag and triple 45 DCOE carburetors from Weber aid in providing smooth, powerful performance.
This fully working replica of the Jaguar XJ13 is as close as you can get to the real deal.
This auto-inspired bi-compax chronograph features a rotor shaped like the Jaguar D-Type’s steering wheel and a crown shaped like a Dunlop tire.
Unlike most classic cars, this sexy 1973 Jaguar Restomod is much safer and easier to handle.