It was left in a corner to be junked, but Guy Griffiths, the father of vintage racing everywhere, talked the factory into selling it to him
 
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By 1960, Jaguar had won the world's most prestigious race, the 24 Hours of Le Mans, five times-twice with its original competition-tailored C-type and three times with the ...

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