Latest Petrolicious video profiles one of the very last Jaguar E-Types.
Classic carcollector David Paddison grew up in a non-car-loving family but in a community that was filled with beautiful cars. As a kid, a 1973 Jaguar E-Type lived right acrossthe street from him, which is when his love affair with the car began and continued into adulthood. Foryears it remained on his bucket list of must-have classics until a chancerun-in with Joe Fraser from whom he bought a 1974 Jaguar E-Type convertible, thesixtieth from last E-Type to roll off the production line.
Petrolicious shows enough of the car to make the video a worthwhile watch, although there’s just much rhythm guitar and not enough V12 engine noise for our liking.