Described by Enzo Ferrari himself as the most beautiful car ever built, the Jaguar E-Type is a design that's proven to be ageless. The ultimate evolution of the E-Type is the 12 lightweight coupes made by the factory for racing, with alloy body panels and only the essentials needed to race. Eagle set out to create the ultimate version of the lightweight E-Type, resulting in the car pictured here — the Lightweight GT. Starting with a Series I E-Type, Eagle replaces every body panel with aluminum alloy, each one formed by hand with subtle changes to improve aerodynamics. Under the bonnet is Eagle's 4.7-liter inline-six, making 380 horsepower and driving the rear wheels through a five-speed gearbox, kept planted to the ground via bespoke Ohlins dampers. Modern materials like Inconel and carbon fiber are used throughout, and the interior floor pan and pedal box have been redesign for better comfort.