We can say that there is no better way to start the year 2021 with a survivor, even though in this case it is a car. Car, we have said, but certainly not a trivial one: it is in fact an automotive icon of the twentieth century whose image has also been too inflated and… Read More The survivor: 1967 Jaguar E-Type 4.2 O.T.S.
Ethan, the seller of this car, told us about the ad on eBay and, being this a Maserati Quattroporte, we could not exempt ourselves from publishing it. To be precise it is a 1967 Quattroporte first series, equipped with the famous V8 with 4.2 liter displacement and four Weber two throat carburetors which, unfortunately, are… Read More Black tie: 1967 Maserati Quattroporte
Another E-Type Jaguar? Why not? In the end it is an icon of the automotive industry and, last but not least, it is beautiful. But if the E-Type roadster looks beautiful in picture you should see one live: now we know that it is very rare to spot one in the wild but it is… Read More Unknown issue: 1965 Jaguar E-Type 4.2 O.T.S.
Two days, two white coupes. The one published on last friday was a german coupè equipped with cutting edge technology (for its period), this indeed is an italian monster with 50’s technology. Of course saying “BMW” is nowhere near to say “Maserati” and this, coupled with the fact that the Mexico was produced in near… Read More Another white: 1967 Maserati Mexico
Just like aged wines, some cars increase their value with the passing of the time, unfortunately it happens that often the conditions don’t follow such trend. That’s the case of this 1966 E-Type which has for sure dragged away from some field or barn: the car looks abandoned at least since the Disco Music was… Read More Aged wine: 1966 Jaguar E-Type O.T.S.
Yes, this is an hard restoration as the spanish title says: this 1968 Mexico has been completely dismantled and so it’s the typical job for the braves. It often happens that a bad driver is dismantled to be restored and after few months it simply lays in a garage for years, waiting for someone who… Read More Restauración difícil: 1968 Maserati Mexico
The seller says that the mileage of this car is not guaranteed: chill out, we actually don’t need to know how many kilometers have been done with this car as it needs a total restoration. Unfortunately the photos are not good and made in very low resolution: sometimes we believe that some people must pay… Read More Mileage not guaranteed: 1967 Jaguar E-Type 4.2 Coupé
The Kyalami (type 129) was the last Maserati made by Frua, after a 25 years long profitable collaboration. The design started from the De Tomaso Longchamp but the Maserati is slightly larger and longer than its predecessor. This car was made in 210 units as it was expensive and thirsty (like every 8V Maserati) so,… Read More Frua’s last one: 1979 Maserati Kyalami 4.2
This E-Type Open Two Seater is a series 1.5, (chassis 1E-15625) so it’s basically a series one with few, minor changes. The seller says that it’s a former U.S. car which is in Europe since 1990. The clear attempt of the former owner was to build a tribute to the factory Lightwight cars which ran… Read More Lightweight attempt: 1967 Jaguar E-Type O.T.S. 4.2
The late 1st series XKE FHC (Fixed Head Coupé) is the most desirable version of the E-Type breed. It features the splendid lines of 1961 but with a bigger 4200 c.c. engine, a proper gearbox (instead of the hopless 3.8 gearbox), alternator and some other little improvements which makes this car a great sports tourer.… Read More Two colors cat: 1966 Jaguar E-Type 4.2 FHC