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Each of These Jaguar Lightweight E-Types Are Built By Hand

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Everything old will be new again, and while Jaguar has been churning out brand new stunners as of late, the new Special Operations project draws on the beauty of the 1964 E-Type and brings its good looks back for a few lucky people. Jaguar Heritage is crafting each of these six (yeah, they’re fairly limited) Lightweight E-Types by hand over in England, and basing each off of the specifications of the last version delivered in 1964. Originally, 18 were supposed to be built back in 1964 but only 12 of the aluminum-bodied rides were, so, in essence, these are the missing six. They will be sold as competition vehicles, so your dreams of flying down the street in one will have to remain just a fantasy.

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