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Country of origin:Great Britain
Produced from:1963 - 1964
Numbers built:10
Author:Wouter Melissen
Last updated:December 02, 2016
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Chassis S850006 Chassis S850006 was originally delivered in 1961 as a steel-bodied Roadster to Coombs of Guildford. Fitted with a wide-angle cylinder head and triple Webers, it was raced extensively by the likes of Roy Salvadori and Graham Hill. They scored one win and finished on the podiu>>>

Chassis S850660 Originally sold to Kjell Qvale in California, chassis S850660 was first raced at the 1963 Sebring 12 Hours. It placed 7th at its debut and then raced at Laguna Seca before it was put into storage. It reappeared over 35 years later in time-warp condition. After being recondit>>>

Chassis S850661 The fourth Lightweight E-Type built, this car was sold new to CT Atkins. He fielded the car for Roy Salvadori during the 1963 season, who debuted the car with a fine second at Silverstone behind Graham Hill in a sister car. Later in the year, Salvadori also finished fourth o>>>

Chassis S850664 Chassis S850664 was one of three Lightweight E-Types entered by the Briggs Cunningham team in the 1963 running of the 24 Hours of Le Mans. Piloted by Americans Augie Pabst and Walt Hansgen, the car was forced to retire early in the race with gearbox issues. After its active >>>

Chassis S850666 This Lightweight E-Type was sold new to Peter Sutcliffe. He campaigned chassis S850666 in local and international events for three seasons with some success. The car was subsequently sold to noted collector Brian Corser. After owning the car for nearly 30 years he offered it>>>

Chassis S850667 Chassis S850667 was delivered in time for its first, Australian owner, Bob Jane, to compete in the 1963/64 Australian GT Championship. He won straight out of the box at Calder and continued to race the car successfully through to the 1966 season. In 1964, he also shipped bac>>>

Chassis S850668 Although built as full competition specification Lightweight, chassis S850660 was sold to its first owner as a road car. The car passed through various hands in quick succession and was campaigned at Shelsley Walsh. It was eventually acquired by historic racer Nigel Corner, >>>

Chassis S850669 Completed in early in 1964, chassis S850669 was the 12th and final Lightweight E-Type to be built. It was sold new to Phil Scragg, who campaigned it extensively and quite successfully in sprints and hill-climbs. The E-Type was subsequently sold to the United States and in th>>>

  Article Image gallery (156) Chassis (8) Specifications