The Jaguar E-Type began production in 1961 and was powered by the 3.8 liter six-cylinder engine from the XK150. Eventually, the engine was enlarged to 4.2 liters. It remained in production until 1974.
This Jaguar E-Type is a right-hand drive example that was provided by the factory to Briggs Cunningham to race in the 1962 LeMans 24 Hour, where he and Roy Salvadori drove it to a second in class and fourth overall. The following year, it raced/ at Sebring, then was retired into Cunningham's collection.