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Drive a dream classic to raise vital cash for Africa
Hope springs eternal. Drive a dream classic to raise vital cash for Africa. The Hope Classic Rally – a unique charity event that has raised almost $2million since its foundation in 2015 – takes place on 28 June. As well as a great drive through the English countryside, a glamorous dinner and a stay at a luxury hotel, what makes the rally stand out is the opportunity to do it in a priceless classic.
1964 Jaguar E-Type 4.2 Series 1
This 1964 Jaguar E-Type Series 1 has only just been returned to the road following a crash by the first owner when it was just three months old. We explore its unique past and take it for a drive. WORDS & PHOTOGRAPHY PAUL WALTON Worth the wait60-YEAR E-TYPE RESTORATION - Crashed when just a few months old, this E-Type 4.2 was a multicoloured mess until being restored last year. Can you imagine how you'd feel if you crashed a three-month-old car?
Gary Bartlett’s original-paint 1966 Jaguar E-type was green
It’s only original once. Long ago, Gary Bartlett’s original-paint E-type was green. Interview and portrait Paul Hardiman. This Jaguar E-Type Fixed Head Coupé was purchased new, in opalescent dark green with black trim, on 24 March 1966 by Don T Hughes of Grosse Point, Michigan. My guys knew I was looking for a 4.2 covered-light fixed-head E-type – but it had to be completely original. I was working at the GM design studio in Warren, Michigan, and one of my guys called me from Muncie, Indiana.
Restoration 1968 Jaguar E-type Series 2
Well known for his work in the MG scene, when Mark Wanstall of London’s Fisher Services chanced upon this E-type Series 2 it helped him to realise a dream. Words & Photography Jim Jupp. E-TYPE SERIES 2 RESTORATION: FULFILLING A DREAM CHANGE OF PACEMark Wanstall from MG specialist Fisher Services always wanted an E-type, a dream he fulfilled in 2012 when he found an early Series 2 in need of restoration. We go to see it.
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