1963 Jaguar E-Type
Jaguar built a dozen lightweight E-types in the ’60s for racing, and followed up last year by building a few more with serial numbers that had been set aside for decades – which sold for $1.5 million each. See more about the factory continuation cars here at Jalopnik.
These were hardcore racers, built with aluminum body panels, and cooling vents everywhere.
This isn’t one of those, but an attractive recreation built by a shop in Florida. The blue paint is stunning – it’s a shade made famous by the Ecurie Ecosse race team of the period. While it’s not a factory racer, some vintage organizations may still allow it to run, too.
It’s on eBay in Florida with reserve not yet met.