Latest Petrolicious video profiles one of the very last Jaguar E-Types.
Classic car collector 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 across the street from him, which is when his love affair with the car began and continued into adulthood. For years it remained on his bucket list of must-have classics until a chance run-in with Joe Fraser from whom he bought a 1974 Jaguar E-Type convertible, the sixtieth 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.