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Is this Proteus the next best thing to a genuine Jaguar C-Type? | Car Catcher

Considering that a genuine C-Type can cost upwards of $6 million, this Proteus seems like an acceptable compromise.

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Series II Jaguar E-Type FHC | Car Catcher

This Series II E-Type is said to have won multiple awards as a show car.

Numbers-matching Jaguar XK120 FHC | Car Catcher

This numbers-matching Jaguar hails from the final year the XK120 was produced.

Numbers-matching Series 1 Jaguar E-Type | Car Catcher

A recently-restored Series 1 E-Type finished in Opalescent Golden Sand.

Jaguar XK120 Roadster restored by Wayne Carini | Car Catcher

The seller of this Pastel Green XK120 reports the Jaguar was restored by Wayne Carini.

Low-Mileage, Road Rally-Prepped Jaguar E-type

This E-type features upgrades like a triple Weber setup, a stainless-steel exhaust, front disc brakes and a five-speed gearbox.

Car Catcher: Numbers-Matching E-Type Roadster

A Series 1 E-Type said to have been owned by a previous president of the Philadelphia area Jaguar club.

Car Catcher: An Early Proteus Replica Jaguar C-Type

This Proteus Replica C-type features Mk II underpinnings and a 3.8-liter powerplant, and was previously owned by Michael Banfield.

Car Catcher: Fully Restored E-type Series 1 With Numbers-Matching Engine

This E-type is said to be the result of a three-year restoration.

Car Catcher: Numbers-Matching Series II Jaguar E-Type

This E-type Series II has 46,000 miles and has recently been sorted.

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