In 1951, Jaguar entered Le Mans with the C-Type, a sleek roadster using the XK120's engine and transmission and a lightweight tube-frame chassis. The car won and would win again in 1953, this time with disc brakes, and brought the technology to the mainstream. Jaguar is now adding the C-Type to its Classic program, allowing buyers to purchase the legendary car in factory-fresh form. Each car will feature the 220-horsepower inline-six with options like FIA-approved harnesses and rollover protection to make it instantly eligible for historic races. An online configurator tool is available to customize the C-Type to your exact specifications.