Jaguar E-Type Coupé - Road & Track Edition | 1:18 Scale

  • Created by Amalgam recognized globally as makers of the finest hand-made large-scale models
  • Unique work in its attention to detail and level of accuracy, precision and excellence
  • 1:18 scale model replica (approx. 25 cm | 10 inches in length) supplied in a luxury black box with protective outer carrying sleeve
  • Model mounted on a polished black acrylic base protected by a clear acrylic dust cover
  • Model title and original branding displayed on a polished stainless-steel plaque at the front end of the base
  • Booklet containing the certificate of authenticity along with information and collateral material about the car
  • Global shipping from Europe, delivered in special protective packaging
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The Jaguar E-Type, one of the most iconic sports cars of all time, is known first and foremost for its beauty. Enzo Ferrari was quoted as calling it "the most beautiful car ever made” and it still consistently scores highly in any most beautiful cars lists around the world. But it’s much more than just a pretty face. When it debuted at the Geneva Auto Show in 1961, it was one of the most technologically sophisticated cars that had ever existed. Its flowing silhouette, developed by brilliant aerodynamicist Malcom Sayer, used mathematical formulas to arrive at a shape that’d slice efficiently through the air. It was truly at the cutting edge of its day. Underneath the shapely bodywork was a fully independent rear suspension, rare for its day, and a 3.8 litre straight-six engine, which had proven itself powering D-Type race cars to victories at the gruelling 24 Hours of Le Mans in 1955, 1956, and 1957. The result was a very nimble yet compliant car, effortlessly capable of triple-digit speeds. A larger, 4.2-liter straight-six replaced the trusty 3.8 in 1964. A 5.3-liter V12 was added in 1971.

The hi-tech suspension, race-bred engine and advanced chassis lent themselves to being an excellent race car, and race they did. On April 3, 1961, Sir Graham Hill beat the likes of rival Brits Aston Martin and the fabled Italians of Ferrari on the undulating Oulton Park circuit. Soon, E-types were battling on tracks all over Europe and North America and would continue to do so well into the 1970s.

The E-Type’s form factor would undergo minor changes throughout its 14-year lifespan, by way of three different "series.” Coupes, roadsters, and two-plus-two layouts all riffed the basic E-Type formula in some way, but never strayed too far from that breath-taking silhouette. In all, over 72,000 E-Types were produced until production ceased in early 1975.

The E-Type remains the most iconic car in the Jaguar’s storied history and forever will be one of the greats in the pantheon of the most important cars the world has ever seen.

This 1:18 perfect scale Amalgam model of the Jaguar E-type is supplied in a luxury black box with a protective outer carrying sleeve. Each model is mounted on a polished black acrylic base protected by a clear acrylic dust cover. The base holds a booklet containing the certificate of authenticity along with information and collateral material about the car. The model title and original branding is displayed on a polished stainless steel plaque mounted at the front end of the base.

Scale guide

Amalgam Collection occupies a unique place in the history of fine car models, fashioning unrivaled examples of the world’s most iconic and luxurious cars at scale.

At Amalgam Collection, models are created at a range of scales, with the primary focus on 1:18 and 1:8 models. This scale represents the ratio between the size of a model and its full-size counterpart. Put simply, the bigger the number to the right of the colon, the smaller the model car. The 1:18 scale models are approximately 25 centimeters (10 inches) in length.

How it's done

All Amalgam models beautifully and precisely capture the entirety of the original, and are impossible to discern from a real car in photographs. To create these perfect scale replicas of modern cars, CAD design, 3D printing, and CNC machining are combined with traditional machining and hand working techniques to create the most accurate and faithfully detailed models.

With regards to classics, digital scans of the original cars and around 1000 reference photographs are used to capture the precise shape and proportions of every part of the car including the chassis, engine and drivetrain. It can take over 4000 hours to develop a 1:8 scale prototype, and each subsequent model takes between 250 and 450 hours to cast, fit, fettle, paint and build.

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