The Eagle Lightweight GT is the Singer of E-Types

Eagle began fettling Jaguars in the mid-90s, creating some of the very best E-Type restomods we’ve seen to date. Following the Low Drag GT and Speedster, Eagle’s latest special is called the Lightweight GT, paying homage to Jaguar’s 1960s racers. Make sure you don’t miss next month’s issue (276), as Henry Catchpole takes it for a drive…

Though only a dozen were produced, the E-Type Lightweights of 1963 are often considered to be the pinnacle of the iconic British sports car. To bring it’s interpretation of the rare E-Type to the road, Eagle has employed its decades of expertise, cutting edge technology and a staggering 8000 hours of craftsmanship to create what it believes is the ultimate E-Type. 

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A Burned Ferrari 400i Project Car Heads This Week’s Look at Some “Great” Wrecked Exotics

Like a slow-motion car crash, the website of Porche Foreign Auto Inc. (aka PorFor; incorrect Porsche spelling intentional due to lawyers) is something we just can’t look away from once we take a peek. Founded in South Central Los Angeles in the late 1960s, the late owner Rudi Klein (and now his sons who run the business) have bought and sold wrecked classics, exotics, and luxury vehicles for decades. We gave you more of the history in our last roundup of available parts and project cars, but the Kleins are still at it and have now unearthed several wrecked classics from their vast collection—from a Ferrari 400i to a Facel Vega—for your consideration.

1984 Ferrari 400i Coupe

A V-12-powered Ferrari for just $9,500 seems pretty tough to pass up, until you see the photos at least. This poor Ferrari 400i isn’t a wrecked exotic in

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Car pictures of the week

The small-volume, high-performance car is an unusual breed, often too valuable for owners to truly enjoy, or too track-focussed to work properly on Britain’s roads. In the latest issue, we jump behind the wheel of Jannarelly’s new Design-1 to find out if the Dubai-based brand has managed to bridge the gap. To read the full story, pick up your copy of issue 276, out now!

Forced induction and driver assistance systems are making their way into every corner of the automotive world, adding weight, expense and reducing driver focus. In an effort to introduce a relatively affordable, unique back-to-basics sports car, Jannarelly employed the ideal formula; low kerb weight, a small footprint, mid-engined power plant and a setup designed for the road.

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Aston Martin Valkyrie deliveries pushed back to 2021

The Aston Martin Valkyrie hit public roads for the first time earlier this year, following its track debut at the 2019 British Grand Prix. Covid-19 put its testing programme on hold shortly afterwards, however, with first deliveries now expected to come in 2021. 

In a recent trading statement, Executive Chairman Lawrence Stroll said: ‘Development of our range of mid-engined cars, descended from the era defining Aston Martin Valkyrie hypercar, continues along with updates of our core sports car models.’ The statement also revealed that although Valkyrie testing and development has now resumed, Covid-19-related delays have pushed expected deliveries back from Q2 of this year to 2021.

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Here Are the Cars and Trucks With The Most Horsepower Per Dollar

Do you daydream about living in the muscle car boom era of the 1960s and 1970s, when gas was cheap and power was plentiful? Well, we can’t really speak on the topic of cheap gas, but regarding horsepower, you are inarguably living through one of the all-time greatest eras for automotive performance. Horsepower has been cheaper in the past, but it wasn’t coupled with the reliability and safety of a typical modern car, let alone the handling and overall pace of some of the cars on today’s short list.

To see just how much of a bargain big horsepower is these days, we compiled a cross-section of the best horsepower-per-dollar values you might encounter in several segments known for high outputs and relatively low prices. We’ve arranged them from most expensive to the least, meaning the best values are last on the list—but even the cars that kick things off

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