Jaguar Limited Edition Fine Art Prints

Jaguar C-Type

  The Jaguar C-type was the beginning of the marque’s dominance of the 24 Heurs du LeMans in the 50s, taking home first place in both 1951 and 1953. It’s hard to get more legendary than the C-Type with the equally legendary Sir Sterling Moss up on the wheels, powering down the Mulsanne Straight. Shown […]

Jaguar D-Type

I the C-Type announced Jaguar’s intent to dominate 50s motorsport, the the D-Type cemented the legacy with multiple wins at the 24 Heurs du LeMans as well as numerous other events around the world. Indeed, the D-Types continued to win in the hands of privateer owners into the early 60s, long after Jaguar had pulled the […]

Jaguar E-Type Series 1

The iconic E-type roadster and coupe are available in a variety of exterior and interior color combinations with a number of equipment options including whitewall tires, exterior door mounted mirror, and Dunlop wheels. “Standard” equipment on the Series 1 E-Type limited edition print includes: North American specification lenses Curved back seats No arm rest Raised shift […]

Jaguar E-Type Series 2

The second generation E-type roadster and coupe included a number of refinements from the Series 1 cars. While some of those “improvements” were necessitated by new Federal government regulations, others were meant to enhance the comfort and drivability of E-Types. The Jaguar E-type Limited Edition Print  is available in a variety of exterior and interior color combinations […]

Jaguar Lightweight

I’ve always admired the Jaguar Lightweights—both the roadster and coupe versions—but have a particular fascination with Briggs Cunningham’s efforts at the 1963 24-Hours of Le Mans. There’s just something fundamentally beastly about those three cars. While they didn’t meet with much success on the track they helped Jaguar develop their E-type into one of the […]

Jaguar XK120

When the Jaguar XK120 was introduced in 1948, it was an immediate sensation with automotive journalists clamoring to drive and report on the new sports car. Few cars have made as much impact on automotive style as did the Jaguar XK120, 140 and 150. With their sleek lines and dual overhead cam engines the were the […]

Jaguar XK140

When the Jaguar XK120 was introduced in 1948, it was an immediate sensation with automotive journalists clamoring to drive and report on the new sports car. Few cars have made as much impact on automotive style as did the Jaguar XK120, 140 and 150. With their sleek lines and dual overhead cam engines the were the […]

Jaguar XK150

The XK150 completed the transformation of the XK120 from a sports car into a true Gran Turismo car. Besides the obvious exterior sheet metal changes, the new XK150 featured 4-wheel disc brakes, dual exhaust, wind-up windows, and an automatic transmission option. The Jaguar XK 150 was now truly a luxury sporting car. Later production saw […]

Jaguar XKSS

Perhaps more than any other car, the Jaguar XKSS raises the question, “What might have been”?, had not the fire at the Browns Lane factory destroyed nine of the original run of twenty-five cars ending production and ushering in the E-type. Certainly, the XKSS might have never been built at all had not Sir William […]

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