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Jaguar E-Type Reborn

Building on the success of its corporate sibling's Land Rover Classic program, the Jaguar E-Type Reborn gives you a chance to own a like-new example of the legendary Series 1 E-Type. Each vehicle is carefully sourced and comprehensively restored to original 1960s factory specifications using only Jaguar Classic Parts. One of an initial run of ten cars, this particular example has its original matching numbers bodyshell, engine, and gearbox intact, all of which have been completely rebuilt, leaving the car in showroom-like condition.

  • 1937 Talbot-Lago T150-C SS Coupe

    With swooping lines, teardrop fenders, and a distinctive rounded angled door, the 1937 Talbot-Lago T150-C SS Coupe is a masterclass in Art Deco-era automotive design. This particular example spent the majority of its time in Switzerland and underwent a full Concours-level restoration in 2002. As a result, the Figoni et Falaschi-produced bodywork is in fantastic condition, with a two-tone paint scheme that only serves to highlight its spectacular shape further.

  • 1965 Ford Mustang No. 00002

    It might be serial number 00002, but as no. 00001 went to a convertible, this 1965 Ford Mustang is the very first Mustang hardtop. Exhaustively researched by historian Bob Fria, it's unclear whether the convertible or this car rolled off the assembly line first. What is clear is that it was built during pre-production preparation and was meant to end up at a Vancouver dealer to be on display for the car's introduction. Instead, it was accidentally misrouted and ended up in the cold of the Yukon. Fria eventually tracked the car down in 1997, and it underwent a two-year restoration that returned it to its original condition — complete with a date code correct 170ci inline 6-cylinder engine. As a result, it's not only a supremely rare piece of automotive history but one that's in pristine condition, as well.