How Two Guys Spent $1 Million On Cars In Manhattan

The story of how the co-owners of Classic Car Club Manhattan populated their garage of quirkpot classics is part of Jalopnik lore. Thus, their story — including how they keep all those temperamental bastards running well enough to drive every day — is a natural for the premiere episode of Jalopnik on DRIVE. » 8/02/12 3:00pm 8/02/12 3:00pm

Elton John's Jaguar E-Type Brings $130,000 At Auction

A beautiful 1965 Jaguar XKE 4.2-Liter Series I Roadster that was formerly owned by Sir Elton John sold at auction in Oxford, England yesterday for an impressive $130,027 (£82,140). » 3/04/12 12:30pm 3/04/12 12:30pm

Dutch artist turns junk wood into realistic car sculptures

Dutch artist and car nut Diederick Kraaijeveld creates ridiculously accurate photorealistic mosaics out of salvaged wood that's already painted (he doesn't paint them). He also does household items (and Steve McQueen), but his cars are spectacular. » 5/18/11 4:20pm 5/18/11 4:20pm

Happy 50th anniversary to the "world's most beautiful car"

Five decades ago, inside a grand villa off Lake Geneva, Jaguar unveiled the E-Type. Journos got so heated that Sir William Lyons ordered another be delivered from Coventry for demo runs. Test driver Norman Dewis did the honors.
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Your ridiculously cool Jaguar wallpaper is here

UK photographer James Lipman has shot for every one of those glossy Britmags we've all spent our lunch money on. Again, he takes our breath away. The 1600-px version is here and the giganto-desktop version is on our Facebook page. » 3/15/11 5:45pm 3/15/11 5:45pm

British Man Cobbles Together Last Jaguar E-Type From 31-Year-Old…

At the end of a production run of cars, there are inevitably bits and pieces left behind which aren't assembled and have to be taken off the production line in the boxes they came in. When production on the Jaguar E-Type ended at Browns Lane in 1974, just such a thing happened, and a Jag fanatic picked up those… » 12/05/08 12:00pm 12/05/08 12:00pm

When Your E-Type's Hood Is Just Too Short

After seeing the Bentley versus 2CV wreck » 10/16/08 2:00pm 10/16/08 2:00pm in the movie , was reminded of another fine example of French cinematic vehicular madness. This time it's Louis de Funes in the 1968 film , using a tractor to lengthen a Jaguar XKE.

Jaguar Registers Trademarks On C-XJ, C-XE And XE Names

Jaguar recently trademarked the names "C-XE," "C-XJ," and "XE." Could a spiritual successor to the classic E-Type finally be on the way? Sure, we've come close before, with the F-Type concept » 9/19/08 11:20am 9/19/08 11:20am, but if this new name trademarked by the company is any indication, there may be another roadster in the pipeline. As was the…

Jaguar E Type, Custom Van Coexist Peacefully Down On The NYC Street

This is Down On The Street Bonus Edition » 9/12/08 2:40pm 9/12/08 2:40pm, where we check out interesting street-parked cars located in places other than the . We're heading , where shot this interesting pair of vehicles for us a couple months back. Yes, a vintage XKE and a jaw-dropping van that rivals even for the world-record Custom Van…

Could The Jaguar E-Type Be Making A Return?

Despite the ongoing shenanigans between Ford and TATA over the sale of Jaguar and Land Rover, there are whispers emerging about the possible revival of the venerable Jaguar E-Type. Australia's Courier Mail is reporting Jag honchos are considering the revival of what many consider the most beautiful production car to… » 3/13/08 3:30pm 3/13/08 3:30pm