Jaguar E-Type Six-Cylinder Originality Guide
by Dr. Thomas F. Haddock with Dr. Michael C. Mueller
This is a new book on Jaguar E-type originality, based on a prior work by Dr. Thomas F. Haddock that ran into two editions and several printings. The new book is a result of a collaboration of Dr. Thomas F. Haddock with Dr. Michael C. Mueller of Austin Texas, a Jaguar E-type collector with a worldwide reputation and a collection of over fifty E-types. The new book adds Dr. Mueller's extensive knowledge, along with photographs from the Mueller collection to that of Dr. Haddock's to produce an exhaustive volume on the subject containing approximately 1700 pictures and 500 pages. Using many new high-resolution color pictures, in addition to some of the earlier black-and-white pictures, it will be completed Spring, 2016.
This book will continue in the spirit of the prior book as a highly detailed analysis of the changes in the cars during production, many of these changes undocumented in the official literature. Almost all of the subject cars or parts will be in natural, un-restored condition. As with the prior book, this book will be distinctly different any other E-type books in its remarkable level of detail and accuracy.
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About the authors:
Dr. Thomas F. Haddock is the author of two Jaguar books
Jaguar E-Type 6 & 12 Cylinder Restoration Guide, and its precursor Jaguar
E-Type Six-Cylinder Restoration & Originality Guide. The first was the
Classic Motorbooks Number Two Best Seller when introduced, and each has gone
into several reprints. Dr. Haddock has lectured on E-type originality at JCNA
meetings, and has acted as a consultant in the production of the JNCA judging
guide for E-types. He has experience in archaeology and the conservation of
technical and artistic artifacts.
Dr. Michael C. Mueller is an internationally recognized expert on Jaguar sports
cars. He is on the JCNA Concourse Committee, and is an active JCNA concourse
judge. His collection includes approximately 50 E-types, including many
early-production examples, as well as truckloads of NOS and rare parts. The
majority of the cars are un-restored and still show their initial
configurations. This collection is a significant library of information on the
detailed evolution of the E-type.