Jaguar E-Type

A celebration of the world’s favourite '60s icon

Jaguar E-Type A celebration of the world’s favourite '60s icon
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Format: Hardback, 160 Pages
ISBN: 9781787110250
Series: Great Cars
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Four decades after its launch, the Jaguar E-type is still at the top of most car enthusiasts’ Christmas lists. An enduring example of design and engineering excellence, it is instantly recognizable the world over.

Jaguar E-Type celebrates this icon of the 1960s as Nigel Thorley describes the year by year history and development of this beautiful car in full illustration with anecdotes and curiosities along the way. Coupled with excellent writing, this adds up to a feast of nostalgia that will delight all admirers of this most sinuous of cars.

The author

Nigel Thorley is a well-regarded motoring historian with a particular interest in the Jaguar marque. Having owned sixty-one examples of the brand since the age of 17, including 16 MkIIs, his knowledge and expertise of these cars is second to none. Nigel has written twenty titles on the marque, has contributed to TV and radio programmes, regularly provides talks and seminars on the models, and is a prominent founder member of the Jaguar Enthusiast’s Club. He also edits their prestigious monthly magazine, Jaguar Enthusiast.

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Specs

Format: Hardback, 160 Pages
ISBN: 9781787110250
Illustrations: 264 b-w & color photos
Size: 9.8 in x 9.8 in / 248.92 mm x 248.92 mm
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