Jaguar revisits its golden age once again with the C-type Continuation

Jaguar Classic continues reciting the alphabet backwards, getting to work on a C-type Continuation car to join the E-type and D-type Continuations it released in years past. Its latest project brings back the edgeless, roofless beauty of the 1953 Le Mans-winning C-type for a new generation of car enthusiasts. Jaguar will hand-build each model to a raw, racetrack-ready spec that includes a stripped down, bare-metal interior, disc brakes and an available FIA-approved harness.
Jaguar Classic announced its newest Continuation model in celebration of the 70th anniversary of the C-type, which debut