Jaguar has confirmed the specifications of its C-type Continuation cars. In the 1950s, Jaguar built 53 examples of this car, with 43 sold to private owners. The original cars were similar to specifications for the 1951 Le Mans race meaning drum brakes and no more than twin SU carburetors with engines producing 200bhp.
Jaguar has now confirmed its C-type Continuation cars are being built ahead of a celebration event for owners of the vehicles to be held in 2022.
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