Since our formation in 1982, we have dedicated ourselves to the bespoke 'remanufacture level' restoration and engineering of a single, exceptional car - the Jaguar E-Type
We are proud to be considered the worldwide leaders in Jaguar E-Type restoration. We have achieved this singular feat by focusing our entire company on the development of the Eagle E-Type, the most exclusive hand-built car in the world. This process of developing and engineering the Eagle E-Type has also led us to be able to offer sympathetic upgrades and preparation to the Jaguar E-Types we offer for sale - all prepared to Eagle's legendary standards.
The small, dedicated team of craftsmen are all experts in their respective fields, as can be clearly seen by the care and attention to detail offered in the preparation of every Jaguar E-Type that passes through our workshops.
Our aim is to offer our customers the unrivalled joy of owning a beautiful, classic Jaguar E-Type with full and complete confidence in the reliability and performance of the car. Our policy of continuous development and improvement ensures that we will continue to offer our discerning clients a range of enhancements and performance upgrades that complement the original spirit of this extraordinary motor car.
The name Eagle is synonymous the world over with Jaguar E-Types. A remarkable achievement for such a small company situated in rural Sussex and established in 1982.
After Jaguar’s racing success throughout the 1950s, their racing department was given the brief of using the Triple Le Man 24-Hours winning D-type’s construction approaches to build a road-going sports car to replace the XK150. The result was the Jaguar E-Type.
It's important to understand that an E-Type supplied and fully prepared by Eagle does not compare with an example considered to be a 'very good' restoration. Our extraordinary commitment to perfection means that the very best E-Types for sale elsewhere are merely the starting point for us.
Eagle have appeared on television around the world, including on BBC's Top Gear, Channel 4 and Sky.
From the restoration of the Roy Salvadori Lightweight E-Type - 86 PJ - subsequently nominated as 'Restoration of the Year' at the 2006 Stoneleigh Historic Motorcar Show