1961 Jaguar E-Type “Semi-Lightweight”

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Automobiles Historiques presents this stunning Jaguar E-Type with great racing history!

1961 Jaguar E-Type “Semi-Lightweight”

Chassis 850066

One of the first E-Types built, famously photographed outside the Jaguar factory in 1961. Factory demonstrator car, which was sold after two years to privateer Bill de Selincourt. Almost 60 years of extensive racing history at excellent venues (Silverstone, Brands Hatch, Goodwood, Snetterton, etc.) since the early Sixties, still retaining its distinctive and original private UK registration number E 141.

Extremely well-prepared and developed E-Type to ‘semi-lightweight’ specifications, and invited to race at the most prestigious historic events, such as the Goodwood Revival, Le Mans Classic, Silverstone Classic and GT & Sports Car Cup. Exceptionally well-documented continuous history from new with 17 ring-binder files!

Part of a significant Jaguar collection for the last 20 years and offered with a Jaguar Factory Heritage Certificate and current UK HTP.

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Flavien and Vanessa Marçais are both steeped in motorsport. Brought up around fine motor cars in families rooted in racing on either side of the English Channel, the duo bring huge experience and passion to the challenging and often difficult roles of organising and running events. Client confidentiality, utmost discretion, specialist expertise, personal attention and ultimately trust are the proud professional hallmarks of Automobiles Historiques Limited. For 20 years principals Flavien and Vanessa Marçais have sourced, researched, bought and sold a plethora of the world’s finest cars. The Anglo-French husband-and-wife team behind the growing business were both brought up in respected motoring families. Passion for motoring is in their blood. Embroiled in collecting, restoring and racing cars since childhood, Flavien and Vanessa can also draw upon a network of discreet contacts globally. Successfully marketing extraordinary classic and competition cars demands an extremely high level of specialist knowledge. A specialist writer and historian, Flavien’s encyclopaedic memory for detail is underpinned by an exceptional automotive library and world-class photographic archive, uniquely in-house. This notably includes the collection of Flavien’s Late grandfather Serge Pozzoli, Christian Moity’s library and Ferret Fotographics, the motorsport image library built up over decades by Ted Walker, which comprises over 7-million original images and was added to the collection in 2017. Wife Vanessa is British, daughter of leading Jaguar restorer and specialist Aubrey Finburgh. She, too, has raced Historic sportscars. Having carved out her career in the historic motoring world from a young age, working with some of the best in the industry, Vanessa founded Automobiles Historiques Limited – parent company of the “GT & Sports Car Cup” race series – with husband Flavien some 20 years ago. The majority of cars Automobiles Historiques deal with are not advertised, but matched by Private Treaty to individual requirements. If you are minded to acquire a very special car, or find a new custodian for one you have cherished, Automobiles Historiques Limited’s track record is exemplary. Please do not hesitate to contact them!