Eagle E-Type No.4 offers the opportunity to beat the queues and enjoy this great value, well proven and arguably our most famous Eagle E-Type.
Eagle 18 – A remarkable Eagle Sport Roadster in quintessential colours No.18 was finished in 2005 and left us then as a ‘zero mile better than new’ E-Type and, having covered only 3,601 miles and been cherished since, remains as new.
Whether your desire is silverware in the burgeoning preservation classes at Concours d’Elegance, that authentic E-Type driving experience or indeed subtle improvements while retaining the original look then this is the perfect E-Type Coupe.
A remarkable S1 Roadster with the rare and perfect balance of preservation and restoration. Acquired directly from the family who have cherished it for some 38 years, we are thoroughly excited to be able to offer this E-Type for sale for the first time in four decades.
The introduction of an all-new 4.2-litre engine mated to a new Jaguar all-synchromesh 4-speed gearbox brought with it many refinements over the original E-Type 3.8-litre model.
The Series 3 E-Type was a much-revised model that was introduced in June 1971 and ran through until August 1973 for the Coupe and to June 1974 for the Roadster
Introduced to a stunned world in March 1961 at the Geneva motor show, The E-Type racing heritage was clear.
The most noticeable change in the Series 2 E-Type was the larger ‘mouth’ at the front, the open headlights without glass covers, full wrap-around bumpers, and larger front and rear lamps, now situated below the bumpers
The History of Eagle E-Types in Sussex, creators of the Eagle E-Type, the Eagle Speedster and the Low Drag GT.
A short film about the history of Eagle E-Types and the Jaguar E-Type.
The most iconic of all sports cars, the Jaguar E-Type remains a milestone in the history of performance motoring.
The extraordinary Eagle Showroom, with a wide selection of Jaguar E-Types for sale.
As the leading Jaguar E-Type specialist, we believe that the process of buying your E-Type should also be a pleasure and an experience to remember.
The story of the Eagle E-Type and how the company has developed.
The top questions we are most often asked over the phone or via email, clearly answered in one place.
Understanding the range of developments you can specify with your Eagle E-Type.
For over thirty years all Eagle have done is t o work on the Jaguar E-Type.
Unlike an 'ordinary' supercar, an Eagle E-Type generates admiration rather than envy or jealousy. It's a different world.
Our Low Drag GT features on the cover and alongside the new Jaguar F-Type R Coupe in this months Top Gear Magazine, which is on the shelves now, and these are the behind-the-scenes snaps from the two days at Dunsfold.
Jean-Pierre Gagick and the camera man Davide Beaucaire flew from Paris for Automoto -the most popular French motoring programme.
5 Eagle E-Types take part in the Liege Brescia Liege Rally
Behind the scenes at the Top Gear shoot for the Eagle Low Drag GT
Chris Evan's CARFEST and Eagle Speedster
The Eagle Low Drag GT has been launched at the exclusive St James Concours
Car & Driver magazine features the Eagle Speedster. No.3 is featured with a Singer 911 and Icon Bronco in Car and Driver
Only Top Gear could assemble such an incredible array of machinery in front of Buckingham Palace
Meet the team behind Eagle, the Speedster, Low Drag GT and the Eagle E-Type.
As part of the publicity furore around the Low Drag GT, there were photoshoots galore. Here's behind the scenes of a few of them.
The review of the Eagle Low Drag GT published in CAR magazine and online