1963 Jaguar XKE Aluminum
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The car was purchased in the UK by professional driver John Cuff. It was then prepared by the Jaguar factory, but when the owner was ready for further development, he turned the car over to Gordon Brown of Red Rose Racing. Brown fitted the car with all the components to make the car a racing legend. The owner had the support of the Jaguar Factory, which in 1966, replaced the original 3.3l engine with the 4.2L engine which still powers the car today.
Jaguar founder Sir William Lyons' son-in-law purchased the car in 1967 and continued racing it until 1970.
Since coming to the US in December of 1993, it has raced at Sebring, Road Atlanta and Texas World Speedway with excellent results. In 1995, it set the record for the fastest Jaguar in North America.
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