A Carmen Red 1966 E-Type Jaguar 4.2 Roadster with a fascinating and colourful history heads a massive offering of 20 wonderful Jaguars at the H&H classics sale on November 15 at Duxford Imperial War Museum.
The 1967 film ‘Get Carter’ was inspired by the car’s infamous ‘one-armed-bandit murder’. The car has been estimated to sell for around $239,288 to $307,656.
Landa is a former associate of East London’s Kray twins, who relocated to the North East to set up his fruit machine business, Social Club Services, and owned a string of nightclubs in Newcastle.
Luvaglio’s story is said to inspire the Michael Caine film, Get Carter, where a London gangster travels to Newcastle to avenge his brother’s death.
The next notable Jaguar amongst the lot is the 1962 E-Type Jaguar 3.8 Roadster estimated to sell for a nice $153,000.
Other amazing Jaguars include:
1959 XK150SE ESTIMATE: $120,000 +
1953 XK120 DROPHEAD COUPE $154,000 +
1972 E-TYPE V12 ROADSTER – $129,000 +
1963 E-Type 3.8 Coupe – $290,000 +