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This was the fifteenth right hand drive fixed head coupe E-Type to leave Jaguar's production line in 1961 and the press car that turned heads at the Scottish Motor Show that year.
THE first right-hand drive Jaguar E-Type Fixed Head Coupe ever made has been driven to its maximum on the German autobahn in an attempt to match its 150mph record speed.
4 Fixed Head Coupe, [euro]76,000-[euro]90,000; and a 1964 Daimler Dart Police Car SP250, [euro]69,000-[euro]83,000.
Yet the E-Type that Jaguar founder Sir William Lyons first showed off at the Geneva Motor Show back in 1961 was a fixed head coupe while the open top roadster waited in the wings.
The Fixed Head Coupe continues Rolls-Royce's long tradition of touring coupes.
4 fixed head coupe amazed everyone by fetching a well above estimate pounds 4,800, despite the fact that it looked completely beyond economic repair.
Other vehicles which graced the annual hill climb, held in the grounds of Goodwood House, included the record breaking XK120 Montlhery Fixed Head Coupe.
Instead there are two very distinct cars - a fixed head coupe and a canvas top roadster with a fully automatic hood.
2-litre Fixed Head Coupe realised pounds 38,700 and a very rare 1961 3.
Despite looking every bit the fixed head coupe, the Tuscan is able to stow its roof and rear window.
One E-Type was the first production inside bonnet lock right hand drive fixed head coupe, while the other was the first production inside bonnet lock right hand drive roadster.
4 Fixed Head Coupe, PS55,000-65,000; and a 1964 Daimler Dart Police Car SP250, PS50,000-60,000.