1964 Lightweight E Type Alloy Low Drag Coupe Limited Edition Print by Jean Jacques Francois. 3,8 litre all alloy cylinder-block dry sump lubrication system wide-angle cylinder head Lucas petrol injection. These gentlemen contributed greatly to the worldwide fame of the E-type: Sir William Lyons, William Heynes. F.R.W., "Lofty" England. Malcom Sayer, Bill Wilkinson. Peter Lidner Spirit of the Jaguar. No 141 Of 500.
Jaguar built just a dozen of the famous all aluminium Lightweight E-Types for racing. Of these, just one was modified by the Jaguar factory for owner Peter Lindner, the German Jaguar importer, to Malcolm Sayer’s Low Drag body design. It was raced by Lindner and Peter Nocker at Le Mans in 1964 before being involved, a few weeks later, in a massive accident. The car was then impounded and locked away for many years. Subsequently, the car was recreated using all the mechanical components in a spare Lightweight tub because the mangled original body was thought to be unrepairable(Source "Classic Motor Cars").