Car Catcher: A Recreation of the Iconic Low Drag E-Type

Sponsored article presented by Fantasy Junction.


When only one exists, why not make a replica that can actually be enjoyed?

That seems to the thought behind this 1962 Jaguar E-Type Low Drag Coupe Recreation from Fantasy Junction.

Built by Jacob Engineering in the United Kingdom, the company "worked closely with the very best teams of people including alloy body panel specialist Rod Jay, engine work by Scholar Engineering, and numerous world class racing and Jaguar specialty parts vendors for performance components."

Under the hood of the $259,500 replica is a 3.8-liter straight six—said to be good for 375 horsepower—coupled to a four-speed manual transmission.

Inside the cabin, the racing-inspired interior comes equipped with an FIA-approved roll bar and a Willians safety harness.

The listing also states the Jaguar is titled and registered for street use in Arizona, so it can be driven both on and off the race track.

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sir_mike New Reader
6/19/20 6:33 p.m.

What a beautiful Jag..

dougie Reader
6/20/20 7:36 p.m.

Love everything about this car except the exterior color. Would like to see it closer to the original, light silver metallic, not the medium gray primer color.  Still would take it.....


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