Two of the classic models of Jaguar’s coupe are anticipated to fetch up to £6 million in an auction. One developed in 1960, Jaguar E2A symbolizing the omitted connection between the iconic D-Type and E-Type sculpts is allocated to be sold off in California next month with an anticipation to generate sales of £3.5 million (4.44 million euro/ $7 million). And the other closer to home a two-seater sports racing D-Type would be featured on 11 July during Goodwood Festival of Speed sale in Sussex.
The latter is expected to bill £2.5 million ($3.97 mn-4.96 mn/ , 2.52 mn-3.14 mn euro).
The D-Type was in the collection of the late Nigel Moores, founder of Littlewoods, and is now owned by his son James.