Thursday, September 26, 2013

1955 Jaguar D-Type

Expect to see the 1955 Jaguar D-Type at all of the world's greatest historic motorsport events


Design requirements for the D-Type said it should be lower and shorter that its predecessor. This would help the car achieve a higher top speed and increased cornering capability.
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The D-Type engineering calls for a lower and shorter build. This helps achieve the infamous and legendary Jaguar endurance in sports car racing.  This car has proven it's durability when successfully reaching top cornering speeds when racing.

Top build goes along with the extensive racing history. The chassis no. XKD-530 structure has a historic win streak and one that cannot go without mention- back in 1961 when the D-Type finished 1st in Class at the Leningrad Grand Prix.

Comprehensive restoration took place in 2003 by a noted D-Type expert and is one of the 54 unique examples produced for certain customers.


During the RM Auctions, the D-Type was auctioned off for $3,905,000.
Design requirements for the D-Type said it should be lower and shorter that its predecessor. This would help the car achieve a higher top speed and increased cornering capability.
Read more at http://www.supercars.net/cars/2903.html#g2hkIXh8FJIcux2h.99
Design requirements for the D-Type said it should be lower and shorter that its predecessor. This would help the car achieve a higher top speed and increased cornering capability.
Read more at http://www.supercars.net/cars/2903.html#g2hkIXh8FJIcux2h.99
Design requirements for the D-Type said it should be lower and shorter that its predecessor. This would help the car achieve a higher top speed and increased cornering capability.
Read more at http://www.supercars.net/cars/2903.html#g2hkIXh8FJIcux2h.99