The E-Type Zero prototype accelerates, handles, and brakes like a standard E-Type, but it doesn’t sound like one.
Italian steel and Australian humidity don’t mix.
The highlights from the show included a Teilhol Tangara and an all-original Fiat 128.
This late-1980s XJ-S cost nearly $50,000 when it was new. What would the original owner think if he or she saw the car today?
Join us as we wander around three of Salt Lake’s largest self-service junkyards.
We recently spent a little over a week in Paris, France. We spent the first few days within the city limits to cover the press days of the Paris Motor Show, and we then took a couple of days to test cars for work in the surrounding areas – departments like Yvelines (78), Oise (60), …
An 82-year old man has been re-united with his beloved Jaguar E-Type nearly half a century after it was stolen outside of his Manhattan apartment. U.S. Customs and Border Protection agents found the Jaguar while performing a routine inspection of the cars shipped abroad from the Los Angeles harbor. Officials report the E was listed …