Jaguar E-Type Serie 1 1/2 Coupe. 07/, km, kW ( PS), Benzin, Schaltgetriebe, Coupé/Sportwagen, blau, Oldtimer. Der Jaguar E-Type wurde von 19in drei Serien gebaut. Es sind aber diejenigen Autos aus der 1. Serie (gebaut bis ), welche heute am. Hier bieten wir Ihnen einen seltenen Jaguar e-type, der Serie 1,5 an. Von diesem gebauten Coupe wurden insgesamt in den Jahren 19nur.
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The final production E-Type OTS Roadster was built in June The newly used longer wheelbase now offered significantly more room in all directions.
The Series 3 is easily identifiable by the large cross-slatted front grille, flared wheel arches, wider tyres, four exhaust tips and a badge on the rear that proclaims it to be a V The first published road test of the series 3 was in Jaguar Driver, the club magazine of the Jaguar Drivers' Club, the only owners club to be officially sanctioned by Sir William Lyons and Jaguar themselves.
The road test of a car provided by Jaguar was published ahead of all the national and international magazines. US models also have side indicator repeats on the front wings.
There were also a very limited number of six-cylinder Series 3 E-Types built. These were featured in the initial sales procedure but the lack of demand stopped their production.
Robson lists production at 15, Series 3 production numbers: . Shortly after the introduction of the E-Type, Jaguar wanted to investigate the possibility of building a car more in the spirit of the D-Type racer from which elements of the E-Type's styling and design were derived.
Unlike the steel production E-Types, the LDC used lightweight aluminium. Malcolm Sayer retained the original tub with lighter outer panels riveted and glued to it.
The front steel sub frame remained intact, the windshield was given a more pronounced slope, and the rear hatch was welded shut.
Rear brake cooling ducts appeared next to the rear windows, and the interior trim was discarded, with only insulation around the transmission tunnel.
With the exception of the windscreen, all cockpit glass was perspex. A tuned version of Jaguar's 3. The only test bed car was completed in summer of but was sold a year later to Jaguar racing driver Dick Protheroe.
Since then it has passed through the hands of several collectors on both sides of the Atlantic and is now believed to reside in the private collection of the current Viscount Cowdray.
Peter Lindner, the Jaguar distributor in Germany, had his Lightweight modified by competition department to include the low drag roof and rear panels as part of an effort to win the GT class at Le Mans.
Lindner's car was more than a match for the Ferrari GTO but mechanical problems forced it out of the race. Lindner was later killed in a racing accident that demolished his car, which has recently been restored.
Jaguar waited too long before committing to a racing program in earnest and what could have been a world champion in was not competitive by It made extensive use of aluminium alloy metal, in the body panels and other components.
However, with at least one exception, it remained an open-top car in the spirit of the D-Type to which this car is a more direct successor than the production E-Type which is more of a GT than a sports car.
The cars used an aluminium block tuned version of the production 3. Factory-built lightweights were homologated by Jaguar with three 45DCOE Weber carburettors in addition to a Lucas mechanical fuel injection system.
Early cars were fitted with a close-ratio version of the four speed E-Type gearbox, with some later cars being fitted with a ZF five speed gearbox.
The cars were entered in various races but, unlike the C-Type and D-Type racing cars, they did not win at Le Mans or Sebring but were reasonably successful in private hands and in smaller races.
Along with the factory LDC, this lightweight is now believed to reside in the private collection of the current Viscount Cowdray. On 14 May , Jaguar's Heritage Business announced it would be building the six 'remaining' lightweights.
The original run of lightweights was meant to be 18 vehicles; however only 12 were built. The new cars, using the unused chassis codes, will be hand built to exactly the same specification as the originals.
Availability was prioritised for established collectors of Jaguars, with a focus on those who have an interest in historic race cars.
William Towns also produced 2 special bodied V12s badged as the Guyson E Bob Jane won the Australian GT Championship at the wheel of a "lightweight" E-Type.
The Jaguar E-Type was very successful in SCCA Production sports car racing with Group 44 and Bob Tullius taking the B-Production championship with a Series-3 V12 racer in From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
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The Series 1 was introduced, initially for export only, in March The domestic market launch came four months later in July The cars at this time used the triple SU carburetted 3.
Earlier built cars utilised external bonnet latches which required a tool to open and had a flat floor design.
These cars are rare and more valuable. After that, the floors were dished to provide more leg room and the twin hood latches moved to inside the car.
The 3. The 4. That all meant better throttle response for drivers that did not want to shift down gears. All E-Types featured independent coil spring rear suspension with torsion bar front ends, and four wheel disc brakes, in-board at the rear, all were power-assisted.
Jaguar was one of the first vehicle manufacturers to equip cars with disc brakes as standard from the XK in The Series 1 can be recognised by glass-covered headlights up to , small "mouth" opening at the front, signal lights and tail-lights above bumpers and exhaust tips under the number plate in the rear.
Optional extras included chrome spoked wheels and a detachable hard top for the OTS. When leaving the factory the car originally fitted Dunlop 6.
However the 4. The roadster remained a strict two-seater. Production dates on these machines vary but in right hand drive form production has been verified as late as March The low number of these cars produced make them amongst the rarest of all production E Types.
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Search results. Sort: Best results. Jaguar E-Type. Add to list Added to list.The litre Jaguar E-type was the natural evolution of the Series 1 Jaguar E-type, with a larger engine and more luxurious interior to make it more suitable for the American market, the litre E-type was regarded at its time as the more refined model. This Series 1 FHC is a . Jaguar E-Type TYPE E SERIE 1 CABRIOLET HARD TOP. Add to list Added to list. 1/ € , 74, km 06/ kW ( hp) Used 3 previous owners Manual Gasoline -/- (l/ km) -/- (CO2/km) PG MOTORING EMOTION. Pascal GRILLOT. FR ROANNE + More vehicles. Jaguar .