Back in 1957, with the last twenty five of one hundred Jaguar D-Type roadsters in various stages of construction, a fire at the factory brought production of the be-finned, single-seaer road-rocket to an end.

Now, Jaguar Classic is finishing the run with 25 D-Types constructed exactly according to the original drawings and records – at least one of which will debut at the 2018 Paris Retromobile Show this month, with deliveries starting later in the year.

Yours to preorder for €1.14 million+.


16 thoughts on “Hot Wheels

          1. Bertie Blenkinsop

            He is…
            or was at least.
            I always think you can tell the difference between true cool and studied cool though and I kinda felt he was the latter.

          2. Brother Barnabas

            don’t know – you get the sense he’s not quite ‘right’ (and the chemicals didn’t help). knew an accountant who worked on his taxes for him when he had all that bother – said everyone around him from band members to hangers-on had stolen millions from him. left him with huge problems, but he was none the wiser.

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