March 1961 saw the first E Type Jaguars roar off the production line to America. The car's design was the brainchild of aerodynamicist Malcolm Sayer, who, having spent his war years working for the Bristol Aeroplane Company spent his last 20 years at Jaguar cars.
He contributed greatly to their success and his E-Type was labelled the most beautiful car in the world by no less a person than Enzo Ferrari.
It is still a motoring icon today.
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