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Review: Eagle E-Type Lightweight GT

It’s been a while since I’ve sat in a car at the end of a drive for quite so long. We’d only been on the road for 30 or 40 miles, but what a road it had been. And because the Eagle E-Type Lightweight GT is hewn from so many different metals—steel, aluminum, magnesium and titanium—all contracting at different rates as the car cooled down, the accompanying symphony of tinks, plinks, fizzes, and whizzes was fascinating.

 

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https://www.hagerty.com/media/car-profiles/review-eagle-e-type-lightweight-gt/

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Great to see the combined talents of Andrew Frankel and Dean Smith capture this amazing Eagle E-type. 

Pit Crew

Just curious as to why FCA, or previously Daimler-Chrysler, did not retain the trademark to the Eagle brand.

Passenger