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Grace and pace and something else - click above for high-res image gallery

Eagle E-type Speedster - Click above for high-res image gallery

Click above to high-res image gallery of the Jaguar painted like a jaguar

Jaguar is making some quality vehicles right now, as evidenced by the very competent XK coupe and XF sedan. However, the XF and XK have a long way to go before they can stand up to the most famous leaping cat of all: the Series 3 E-Type. The legendary roadster lived on for 13 years, with 72,529 samples sold during that time. With a little help from a treasure-trove of brand new E-Type parts, Jaguar Enthusiasts Club member Ray Parrott made it 72,530.

Regular Autoblog readers will recognize Chuck Goolsbee's name almost immediately. It's not uncommon to find Chuck weighing in on various topics in our comment threads, and those of you who've taken the time to click on his name are probably familiar with Chuck's blog, in which he details his exploits behind the wheel of his '65 E-Type Jag. That car is today's RR of the Day.

Reader Alan Guerzoni tipped us off about the recently-contested Modena Cento Ore Classic, a vintage road/track rally in which participants cover 1000km in four days across 10 timed special stages and 3 track stages.

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