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1964 Jaguar E-Type Low Drag Coupe

The Jaguar E-Type was once considered by Enzo Ferrari "the most beautiful car ever made," and we are inclined to agree. Originally unveiled in the 1960s, the Jaguar E-Type evolved into the Low Drag Coupe, earning legendary status. The standout "49FXN" inspired Marco Diaz, who, with help from original team members and a treasure trove of archival materials, set out to recreate it.

Enthralled by this iconic car, Marco Diez decided to create his own version. The exquisite Low Drag you see here was unveiled at the 2019 Quail Motorsports Gathering and was crafted by Diez in partnership with Fast Cars Ltd. and UK coachbuilders RS Panels. It took Diez eight years to perfect his E-Type, with meticulous attention to detail. Every screw was custom-machined, and the interior was crafted to surpass the luxurious standards of the original Jaguar road cars.

It is powered by a mighty 3.8-liter LWE Inline-6 engine, rides on custom Koni shocks and 15-inch magnesium wheels. Every interior element, from seats to headliner and door panels, is meticulously handcrafted. The highlight is the incorporation of switches salvaged from RAF fighter planes, adding a historical and nostalgic touch to the driving experience.

Since 2019, this beauty has garnered acclaim, appearing in prestigious publications like the Wall Street Journal and Finish Line. This car is more than an automobile; it represents a convergence of history, innovation, and the relentless pursuit of perfection.




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