With 30 years experience working with Jaguar E-Types, there are few people more qualified to build their own than Eagle. The Eagle Spyder GT is in fact the company's fourth model, staying true to the spirit of the 1960s classic while adding a few improvements of its own. Its body is decidedly more sleek and lightweight, a fact that helps the 4.7L, 330hp aluminum V6 engine feel that much more spry. The engine is mated to a smooth manual five-speed, and linked with the road by thick wire wheels. The end result is a great-driving car that's perhaps even more beautiful than its inspiration, and well worth the 4,000 hours it takes to build.