One of the most famous and jaguar e cars of all time, the Jaguar E-Type has stood as a design icon for over half a century. The car was a genuine race winner in its day and spawned an entire series of rebodied models. Jaguar even managed to win Le Mans, something that few other manufacturers have been able to accomplish.
In recent years however, the etype jaguars for sale seemed to be turning against these classic cars. According to Hagerty Price Guide, values have been falling across the board. Younger money has been looking at the Countach and 930 instead of the E-Type. Despite this, some of the more collectible examples still seem to hold their value pretty well.
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The Series 2 Jaguar E-Type, produced between 1968 and 1971, had a few design changes to comply with US regulations. These included uprated brakes and power steering. The short wheelbase fixed head coupe was also dropped.
Twelve Lightweight Jaguar E-Types were made. These were modified by the Jaguar competition department into low drag coupes for racing. Peter Lindner’s car was a contender for the GT class at Le Mans but mechanical problems kept it from competing.
So, when a 1967 4.2-Litre Series 1 E-Type sold for nearly $390,000 on Bring a Trailer last week, it took the internet by storm. We decided to take a closer look at the sale and see what was going on. What we found was an interesting trend that we thought would be worth sharing with you.