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The Jaguar E-Type is an extremely stylish and luxurious car from the sixties and seventies. These cars were very popular in Britain and as such they were also hugely successful in the rest of Europe too. The E-Type started out life as a sport and sports car - its body was made of aluminum and so were naturally able to breathe better than its steel counterparts. Therefore, the E-Type was able to be two doors as well as four when it first rolled off the production line - a rarity for such a design back then.
Since then the E-Type has gone on to become one of the most recognizable sports cars - Jaguar still produces them today, even if they are not in their traditional steel/aluminium body style. The style and design of the E-Type are what makes it so special. Many sports car designers have tried to emulate its design - but few have been successful. The E-Type sports car has its place in the classic cars hall of fame simply because it does look completely different to anything else.
It is important that you understand the history of classic cars. This type of car was so much more popular in the 1960's than it is today. If you have any interest in these cars then you should think about researching the full history of the E-Type. Although Jaguar produces modern day models of this type, it is worth seeing what is available in the older models. The difference between the 1960's models and the modern day ones is actually quite significant - and can go a long way to explaining why the E-Type has such a huge fan club.