How to Buy a Jaguar E-Type 1960

jaguar e type 1960

If you want to own a classic car then an jaguar e type 1960 may well be one of the best options for you. The only problem is that finding a good example can be very expensive, and you will need to put in a lot of work to get it up to your standards.

The first thing to do is find an experienced Jaguar specialist. This will save you a lot of heartache later on.

These cars are very difficult to inspect for rust and accident damage as the unibody is very intricate. Most body repair shops won’t have any experience with these cars so it is a must to have the car examined by an expert.

How to Maintain Your Jaguar E-Type: Essential Tips and Techniques

As a general rule with all old and classic cars it is advisable to get the car inspected by someone who knows it inside and out. Even if the car has been repaired or repainted it is always worth checking that all body panels are intact and that there are no areas of rust.

Jaguar E-Type 1960

This is an iconic car that spanned a period of great change for Jaguar. Initially, they made this car as a rear wheel drive grand tourer in two-seater coupe (FHC or Fixed Head Coupe) and convertible form (OTS or Open Two Seater). In 1971 the Series 3 was introduced with a brand new 5.3 L twelve cylinder Jaguar V12 engine. This changed the character of the E-Type once more. The car became a smoother, more powerful grand touring vehicle, something which most customers were looking for at the time.