•   
  •   
  •   

Reviews engine block again available - Jaguar Classic Parts 3.8 liter XK Engine Block

17:55  25 june  2020
17:55  25 june  2020 Source:   auto-motor-und-sport.de

Speculative Hoonifox Mustang Build: Turning Hoonigan’s Pixels into Reality

  Speculative Hoonifox Mustang Build: Turning Hoonigan’s Pixels into Reality The Hoonifox Mustang may just be a rendering, but we’re confident that Ken Block and Hoonigan will make it a reality, and we have some ideas as to how they’ll make it happen.Related: Meet Ken Block's Hoonifox, a Radical Widebody Fox-Body Mustang

Jaguar builds the block for the 6-cylinder in E-Type and Mk 2 again. The original part is not a bargain.

  Motorblock wieder neu lieferbar - Jaguar Classic Parts 3,8 Litre XK Engine Block © Jaguar

The in-line six-cylinder from Jaguar is without a doubt one of the most legendary engines in automotive history. In the XK and E-Type, this engine was good for racing victories, making the Mk2 a sports sedan with which, among other things, the British police chased criminals.

engine for Mk2 and E-Type

Between 1958 and 1968, the 3.8-liter version of the inline six-cylinder was installed in various Jaguars: starting with the XK150, through Mk2, Mx IX, MK X and S-Type to the E- Type Series 1. There the engine produced 265 SAE-PS and contributed a considerable part to the attractiveness of the E-Type, which would have been a stunning car even without an engine.

Jaguar-Land Rover Will Build Electrified SVO Performance Models

  Jaguar-Land Rover Will Build Electrified SVO Performance Models Expect to see some Special Vehicle Operations EVs and PHEVs debut in the next few years, but we don't know exactly when.And if you were expecting to see a spiced up version of the Jaguar i-Pace, we’ll have to burst your bubble, because there are no plans for such a model. One much more likely candidate to become an SVO model is the upcoming XJ sedan, a model that will only be sold with an all-electric powertrain.

New edition after more than 50 years

That the engine is not only powerful, but also long-lasting can be deduced from a subordinate clause in the press release - or hoped: after around 50 years, the block would be available again ex works, explains Jaguar. Before you rush to the Jaguar dealer at the spare parts counter and order a new block: the part costs 14,340 British pounds, the equivalent of around 15,900 euros. VAT, certificate and 12 months guarantee are included in the price.

Folie 1 von 3: 50 Jahre lang war er nicht mehr neu lieferbar, nun gibt es ihn wieder: Jaguar Classic Parts bietet den Block des 3,8-Liter-Reihensechszylinders wieder als Neuteil an. 1/3 IMAGES © Jaguar Jaguar Classic Parts 3.8 liter block XK engine For 50 years it was no longer available, now it is available again: Jaguar Classic Parts offers the block of the 3.8- Liter inline six-cylinder again as a new part. Folie 2 von 3: Der 3,8-Liter-Motor passt in diverse Modelle der 50er- und 60er-Jahre, wie etwa den E-Type. 2/3 IMAGES © Jaguar Jaguar Classic Parts 3.8 liter block XK engine The 3.8 liter engine fits into various models from the 50s and 60s, such as the E-Type. Folie 3 von 3: Bevor sie jetzt eilig bestellen: Das gute Stück kostet 14.340 britische Pfund, umgerechnet entspricht das etwa 15.900 Euro. 3/3 IMAGES © Jaguar Jaguar Classic Parts 3.8 liter block XK engine Before you order now in a hurry: the good piece costs £ 14,340, the equivalent of around € 15,900.

For the price, the buyer can choose whether a new number is stamped into the block - or that of the original unit that matches the vehicle. Only on presentation of the certificate of ownership and with an additional sign, of course.

Livestream: 13 of our favorite ‘50s cars .
Mike DrillingThe fabulous ’50s have an enduring appeal, which made it a perfect topic for our latest livestream chat. Hagerty’s Brad Phillips got the conversation going with Wade Kawasaki, President and CEO of Legendary Companies which includes Coker Tire, Wheel Vintiques, and The Great Race. Those companies are all about keeping classic cars on the road […] The post Livestream: 13 of our favorite ‘50s cars appeared first on Hagerty Media.

usr: 1
This is interesting!