Eagle Spyder GT

Jaguar Eagle Spyder GT E-Type XKE 21

Eagle was founded in England in 1984 with a sole focus on the Jaguar E-Type – both classic restorations and preparing cars for competition. In 1989, company founder Henry Pearman and co-driver Gordon Cruickshank took part in the Pirelli Classic Marathon, taking on Pirelli’s “Famous Five” of Stirling Moss, Paddy Hopkirk, Timo Makinen, Roger Clark…

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2017 Jaguar XKSS

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In early 2016, Jaguar announced that they would be restarting the production of the XKSS to complete the 9 cars that were destroyed in a mysterious factory fire in 1957. Jaguar had originally set aside 25 D-Type racing chassis to be made road-legal and sold to American enthusiasts like Steve McQueen. The British marque had ceased…

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Roland Sands Design Clash Black Ops Jacket

Roland Sands Design Clash Black Ops Jacket

The Roland Sands Design Clash Black Ops Jacket is a new addition to the RSD line, in their Black Ops Division. It’s a modern interpretation of the iconic American motorcycle jacket – it has an offset front zipper, quilted accents on the shoulders and lower back, and a riding fit with rotated, pre-curved sleeves, a dropped…

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Eagle E-Type Speedster

Eagle E-Type Speedster 10

The original Series I Jaguar E-Type is overwhelmingly regarded by the British public to be the most beautiful car of all time, Enzo Ferrari himself called it the most beautiful car he had ever seen and was famously quoted as saying that the only thing wrong with it is that it didn’t have a Ferrari…

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Jaguar XK120 Fixed Head Coupe

Jaguar XK 120 Fixed Head Coupe

The Jaguar XK120 was first shown to the public in 1948, it was just 3 years since the end of the Second World War and this new, sleek Jaguar was exactly what the British public needed. Even though the price tag was far beyond reach for most working class Brits, the fact that it was…

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Jaguar E-Type Competition Coupé

Jaguar E-Type Car

The Jaguar E-Type was never really intended for racing, despite the fact that it shared many design queues with the D-Type – its elder sibling and a car renowned for its racing prowess. Jaguar did build 12 lightweight aluminium race cars with bespoke bodies and highly tuned engines, but racing technology had moved on significantly…

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1965 Jaguar E-Type Series 1

Jaguar E-Type Series 1

Jaguar introduced the E-Type in 1961 – It was a car with sweeping lines that was faster than any contemporary road-going Ferrari at half the price. Enzo Ferrari himself called it “The most beautiful car ever made” and in the years that have passed since its introduction it’s been voted the most beautiful car of…

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Costin Jaguar Sports Racer

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The history of this Costin Jaguar is quite remarkable, it’s the only one that was ever made and it essentially started life as two separate cars. The body was designed by British aerodynamicist Frank Costin, and created by coachbuilders Williams & Pritchard for the princely sum of £1,250 – almost ten times the price of…

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Jaguar XJR-9 Poster

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Heritage Racing is a boutique racing art company run by the father and son team of Jeff and Casey Maciejewski, all of their work is created in-house and you’ll never see it for sale anywhere other than their Etsy store. This poster shows a beautiful angle of the iconic Jaguar XJR-9 – this was the…

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Bremont Jaguar

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Bremont and Jaguar are both quintessentially British companies with a history of working together, when Jaguar recently restarted the E-Type production line to produce six “continuation” lightweights they partnered with Bremont to create a matching line of watches. This new line of Bremont Jaguar chronographs were hugely popular and so the two decided to create…

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Jaguar XK120 Supersonic by Ghia

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In 1953 the Italian designer Giovanni Savonuzzi created a one-off Alfa Romeo that was destined to race in the Mille Miglia of the same year – the design of this ill-fated Alfa would cause a shockwave that was felt around the world, and is now widely remembered as one of the most significant “jet age”…

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