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That is fantastic. They are just a beautiful car. Well done Petrolicious.
Interesting video, beautifully shot, but I wish it would have gone into detail regarding how they alter the cars. Much like what Singer does with Porsche’s, I don’t so much consider Eagle’s work a restoration as much as it is a resto-mod. Beautiful cars, but I am interested in the thought process of the modifications that make it an Eagle E Type
I agree, Eagle’s a well known company with plenty written about it in the past so there wasn’t really anything new. If I ever win the lottery I quite fancy the idea of seeing if Eagle could do a Series III V12 based on the idea that Jaguar had decided to make the Series III as a hard core Daytona or Ghibli rival rather than the relatively soft cruiser that it was.
I am lucky enough to own a Series 2 roadster from Eagle. When I first saw the car in 2013, it was in original condition, but as it hadn’t really been driven much over the prior 30 years, Henry and I had a good discussion about how I intended to use the car (I wanted a car I could reliably take in touring holidays), and therefore what in his and Paul Brace’s view might be ‘upgraded’. Their deep knowledge of E types and their susceptibilities helped identify a modest list of reliability upgrades which were undertaken over 2013/14, and I… Read more »
2 cars a year….. now that is true dedication.