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Since all the cool car shows are on hiatus due to COVID-19, car enthusiasts are having to come up with creative ways to get their fix. Online auctions and virtual car shows are great, and now Jaguar is teaming up with the Sportscar Vintage Racing Association to give us a look inside the garages of some top collectors in a new series of videos. The first of which just went live showing the impressive collection of Scott Holley, a classic car collector and vintage racer from Indiana.
Holley spent 30 years racing Porsches before retiring and amassing a collection of around 30 cars including a 1969 Boss 302, a handful of Cobras and a trio of Vipers, but when his wife got tired of muscle cars, he made her happy by adding a collection of vintage Jaguars. As always, it starts with a single car, and in Holley's case, the Jaguar bug started with a one-owner 1969 E-Type Roadster painted in Willow Green with just 29,000 miles on the odometer.
In addition to this E-Type, Holley's Jaguar collection also includes a 1967 E-Type, 1960 Mark IX, 1967 S-Type and a 1956 XK140 MC restored bard find. Attached to this garage is a race shop, which houses even more classics including an E-Type coupe that matches his wife's roadster making for a lovely his-and-her set of E-Types! Also in this area is a race-prepped '63 E-Type that was formerly part of the Donovan Motorsports collection of vintage race cars.
Don't let guys like Scott Holley have all the fun, though! Click HERE to add a sexy Jaguar to your collection.