That includes the Ferrari 250 LM by Scaglietti, which netted an incredible $17.6 million.
Perfection, revised: the Jaguar F-Type convertible and coupe are being fettled with by JLR Special Vehicle Operations.
Just imagine having to reverse-engineer your own car, some 40 years after it went out of production.
What’s not to love?
And it’ll be auctioned off at Bonhams in December.
If it can stop a Jaguar, it can stop a Bloodhound.
During the development of the XJ220, Tom Walkinshaw Racing used the van as a test mule.
Watch out Germany, the British are coming.
Blimey, we could actually get behind the wheel of a Jaguar E-Type? Oi, that’s a bloody nice proposition!
In other news, the sky is still blue, gravity is still working, trees still– wait, does that say Bugatti?!