1955 Jaguar D-Type

Jaguar’s D-Type made it’s debut at the 1954 24 Hour Le Mans, where it finished second. This 1955 model was the seventh customer D-Type produced—and 1955 had some damn lucky customers, because it looks like it belongs behind the checkered flag. Once owned by 1970 Le Mans winner Richard Attwood, it has approximately 300 bhp, a 3,781 cc dual overhead-camshaft inline six-cylinder engine with three Weber 36 DCO3 carburettors, four-speed manual gearbox, independent front suspension, live rear axle with trailing links and transverse torsion bar, four-wheel disc brakes, and steel-tube sub-frames bolted to a monocoque body. It’s also expected to go for over six million dollars. 

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