There are few classic sports cars of any manufacture that evoke as visceral a response as a Jaguar. Something about how they sound under power, the smell of the leather interior, the high level of fi t and finish that just fills the senses. Saloon, coupe, or roadster—all Jaguars seem to inspire a sense of quiet awe. They are, simply, magnificent motorcars.

I have promised myself that, one of these days, I would own an E-Type because I’ve always admired their superb body lines and robust performance. No less an authority on the subject than Enzo Ferrari even called it the most beautiful car in the world—and who am I to argue with “il Commendatore”. I haven’t any particular preference on color, although Pale Primrose is an especially attractive color on the Jaguar. So if you happen to have a spare E-Type hanging around and you’re looking for a new home for it, look no further!

Green #2—Jaguar C-Type


Competition Colors started out as an experiment with monochromatic backgrounds and I liked the look so much I thought I’d explore the idea with a few other cars. It didn’t take long for a theme to evolve—the colors associated with some of the most important competition cars from the 50s and 60s.

The second in the Competition Colors series, Green #2, illustrates the William Heynes, RJ Knight, and Malcom Sayer designed Jaguar C-Type driven by the late Sir Stirling Moss that won the 1953 24 Heurs du LeMans.

  • Signed and numbered limited edition fine art pigment printed
  • Printed on acid-free archival paper using naturally pigmented inks
  • Framed and matted art measures 30″ x 24″ (print is sized 20″ x 16″)
  • Double matted in coordinated colors, framed in black hardwood with hanging hardware installed
  • Includes a Certificate of Authenticity
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