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e-type

n
1. (Computer Science) informal a person who works in or is interested in electronics
2. (Commerce) informal a person who works in or is interested in electronics
[C20: electronics]
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A TEAM of Jaguar restorers have painstakingly restored comedian Steve Coogan's 1961 E-Type to its original glory - and even bagged a prestigious award for it.
You could debate that all day long, but England has always been considered the ancestral birthplace, and the Jaguar E-Type merely accentuates that point.
For example, let's say you own a perfect E-Type Jaguar roadster that's worth PS120k.
The Ultimate Italian Job Tour, created by Classics on the Road and the Jaguar E-type Club, will treat drivers and their companions to some of Europe's most fabulous roads and scenery as its route passes through France, Italy and Switzerland between October 6 and 17.
Probably Jaguar's most distinctive car, today the E-type is a true object of desire.
RESTORATION specialist E-Type UK showcased its recently restored and highly original Jaguar E-Type Series 1 at the Warren Classic Concours in Essex where the period accuracy and incredible attention to detail impressed concours judges who awarded it the coveted Best in Class award.
E-types restored and converted to electric power at the same Classic Works facility as its E-type Reborn restorations in Coventry, UK.
IF IT'S good enough for a royal wedding, it's good enough to make it into production, apparently Jaguar are going to make an electric E-Type.
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E-types restored and converted to electric power at the same Classic Works facility as its outstanding E-type Reborn restorations in Coventry, UK.
JAGUAR is bringing back the iconic E-Type as an electric car which will be built by its Classics division in Coventry.