We have available Fully adjustable dual circuit FIA eligible pedal boxes for both Mk1 and Mk2 .
sold in full kit form and easily installed to any standard format car. (Just bolt in and pipe up) no welding / fabrication needed.
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This Jaguar E-type SI 3.8-litre Competition Roadster is one of West Riding’s most publicized projects. The car has featured in magazines, trade publications and on the internet, including a feature as the editor’s choice on classicdriver.com.
The car was painstakingly built new from scratch by West Riding Race and Restoration and then auctioned in London. The fantastic handcrafted E-Type was based on an original 1965 Roadster, right down to a host of modifications, improvements and lightweight components in honour of the factory built lightweight.
This incredible E-Type boasts a glass fibre hardtop, ally bonnet, doors, rear wings and boot lid, a racing wet-sump engine and 3 Weber 45 DCOE carburettors.
Completing the race theme, the car was fitted with factory decals, peg-drive magnesium-alloy wheels and Dunlop L-section racing tyres, as well as being fitted to FIA spec and sold with FIA/HTP papers. Yet, with modern engineering and a perfectly usable passenger seat, this racing E-Type could equally be a daily driver, although a very fast one.
If you would like West Riding to build a car like this for you, please contact our office on (+44) 01924 494 400.
This beautiful classic Jaguar Mk2 restored from a bare shell by West Riding, began life as Tourists Trophy Garage’s original Mk2 demonstrator. The car was recently purchased at auction by a client before being handed to West Riding for a full restoration.
The car is identical to the original except for a few modern upgrades as chosen by the client to make the car more driveable. The upgrades include electric power steering and a Brembo braking system.
Although, the modifications exclude the car from concourse events, the car has still been described by experienced vintage Jaguar enthusiasts as probably the finest Mark 2 Jaguar in the world today.
That said, museums or concourse events were never the plan for this car, the car was always meant to be a driver’s car. And, what a beautiful driver’s car it is.