In order to revive a groundbreaking Jaguar racer, the Ecurie Ecosse LM69 asks “What if ?”. Built to dominate Le Mans, the XJ13 debuted in 1966. Not only was it their first mid-engine model, it arrived with a 5-liter V12 with quad cams. A last-minute change in the rules favored a certain Ford supercar, so Jaguar shelved this stunning supercar.
The Ecurie Ecosse team is a group of Scottish engineers and racers who won Le Mans twice in the 50’s fielding the timeless Jaguar D-Type. Now they are offering 25 examples of the LM69. With all specs being FIA-compliant for 1969, These street-legal cars offer the latest in composites, and they will be built-to-order by coachbuilders in the West Midlands. Jaguar still builds amazing cars using time-honored methods, so click the button to find one for yourself.
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