The Jaguar E-type was the outstanding British sports car of the post-war years.
Introduced in 1961 it was Jaguar's most numerically successful sports car until production ceased in 1974.
Award-winning motoring historian Jonathan Wood examines the complete history of this fabulous car and looks behind the scenes at Jaguar's famous Browns Land factory and the team responsible for making the E-type a world-class sports car.
Wood charts the design and development of the E-type in six and twelve cylinder forms, plus its career on racetracks of the world.
Contains a wealth of technical specs and comparisons, plus practical information on buying and maintenance.
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