Every Standard and Enhanced E-Type we sell undergoes a rigorous programme of examination and rectification. It is not unusual for us to spend over 750 hours preparing an E-Type that others would claim as perfect.
Developed over 30 years, our world-renowned Eagle Upgrades can tailor your E-Type to your precise requirements, offering unparalleled reliability, performance and usability.
Only an E-Type supplied by Eagle qualifies for our unique service and support programme, protecting your investment to the highest possible standards.
Eagle 31 is completely unique, with a range of highly desirable Eagle Upgrades enhancing performance, reliability and roadholding - and a custom fitted automatic gearbox!
A low mileage 1973 V12 Roadster restored & upgraded by Eagle and with just three owners from new.
A highly appealing Series 1 Roadster in Opalescent Dark Green and having just undergone extensive Eagle upgrading.
An exciting opportunity to acquire a race-winning Competition Low Drag E-Type.
Astounding unrestored condition. Charming history, cherished in a 30 year ownership with 38,000 miles from new.
A beautifully restored example with only test miles since completion. Many upgrades already, including 5-speed gearbox and uprated brakes.
A magnificently restored 4.2 Roadster with a fabulous upgraded specification.
A remarkable S1 Roadster with the rare and perfect balance of preservation and restoration.
An ultimate Preservation Class Jaguar E-Type. A one owner car that is unrestored and completely original.
A 1974 Jaguar E-Type V12 Commemorative sensibly upgraded with many items from our desirable Eagle Classic specification.
A low mileage one family owned Californian example. The condition is simply stunning and the interior is untouched, mellowed, and original.
A highly appealing V12 Roadster with Jet Black paintwork, rich red leather and great factory specification.
A perfect original body, rebuilt matching numbers engine and gearbox - ready to be finished to your precise specification.
Built in February 1974, this E-Type was one of the last right-hand drive roadsters before the final run of 50 Commemorative editions.
Originally destined for a life in the USA far from Browns Lane, this Roadster was repatriated in 1990 and bought by the Jaguar Chairman William Hayden.
A completely unrestored Californian 3.8 litre from 1964 that has had only one owner from new and covered just 56,874 miles.
Offers enhanced reliability, durability and usability whilst adhering as faithfully as possible to the specification & feel of the original E-Type.
In conjunction with the Classic package the GT enhancements significantly improve the driving dynamics of the Jaguar E-Type.
When added to both the Classic and GT specification the Sport retains the 'Grand Touring' capability but further enhances capability, road holding, change of direction and braking performance.
Building on the Sport specification the SuperSport combines the character of the original E-Type with the capabilities of a modern supercar.