Jaguar D-Type limited edition jigsaw puzzle
If the C-Type announced Jaguar’s intent to dominate 50s motorsport, the the D-Type cemented the legacy with multiple wins at the 24 Heurs du LeMans. The D-Types continued to win in the hands of privateer owners into the early 60s, long after Jaguar had pulled the plug on their competition department following the 1956 season. Not only was the D-Type one of the most successful (and beautiful) race cars of all time, it was the progenitor of the equally fabulous (and rare) XKSS sports roadster. Show in Ecurie Ecosse livery.
This Sports Car Art premium 1008-piece jigsaw puzzle builds into a large, 18″ x 36″ image and comes packaged in handsome flip-top box.
Now accepting orders. Puzzles expected to be available mid-May.
$59.95 + plus shipping
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