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Eagle Spyder GT

Eagle Spyder GT is the new breathtaking model by the Sussex based company Eagle. As with all other Eagle models, the base for this masterpiece is the iconic E-Type Jaguar, one of the most beautiful cars ever to be made. All Eagle models undergo serious rebuilding procedures (takes 4,000 hours to build), every car is disassembled and then reassembled with loads of upgrading features and XXIst century high quality procedures. Among its numerous innovations you get an aluminum chassis, lighter and corrosion free, a 4.7L, 330hp aluminum V6 engine, a new main frame thatīs been totally redesigned and lets you seat lower, wider wheel arches that ensure larger tyres may be fitted, high performance suspension and brakes, plus an attention to detail you only get in supercars. So the Eagle Spyder GT is a modern car, with its high quality standards, components and assemblage, with that glorious era look of when all legends were made.



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