JAGUAR C-TYPE | A LEGEND REBORN




The Jaguar C-type, or 120C as it was known by the factory, was developed from the XK120 road car and succeeded in winning the 1951 Le Mans race at its first attempt. The C-type shows the purity of line and form in the classic sports-racing tradition.
Each Lynx C-type is hand-built to order and is constructed to the original design with a tubular steel chassis and hand-wheeled aluminum body panels - making for a very pleasurable touring car.


CHASSIS & BODY


Each Lynx C-type is hand-built to order and is constructed to the original design with a tubular steel chassis and hand-wheeled aluminium body panels - making for a very pleasurable touring car.


Gearbox, Engine & Transmission


As you would expect, the front and rear suspension assemblies together with the rear axle configuration are manufactured to original specification. The Lynx-built engine can be either a 3.4L, 3.8L or 4.2L engine Jaguar XK unit with C-type specification cylinder head and even the correct C-type exhaust manifolds.


 


FINAL ASSEMBLY, FINISHING & TESTING


Many of the details unique to the works cars can also be incorporated during the build process with body and trim colours personally selected by the owner.