The Jaguar C-Type – the sports car icon of the early fifties.

The C-Type developed for use in motorsport from the XK120 and was a completely new except for the optimized engine. Jaguar won the overall victory in Le Mans twice with the C-Type. Between 1952 and 1955, racing teams with the C-Type won many victories in national and international races. 53 copies of the C-Type were made in Coventry, including four lightweight chassis.


Available in Deep Red or British Racing Green

Jaguar C Type - 1952