335 - 4.2 Litre Jaguar 'E' Type 2+2


Launched into the Corgi Toys range in 1968, this classic Jaguar sports car was produced in two colour options – red or metallic blue. Both versions came with an opening bonnet, complete with a wonderfully detailed 4.2 litre engine and doors that opened to reveal miniature tilting seats.

The details didn’t end there as Corgi bestowed the model with tiny bonnet-mounted mirrors, a separately moulded exhaust and beautifully modelled spoked wheels. The only controversial feature was the model’s clear plastic ‘bubble’ packaging, which was difficult to open. As a result, very few original packs of this classic Corgi exist in undamaged condition today.

Size: Length: 105mm Width: 41mm Height: 30mm

All our Corgi Toys replicas are authentic and faithful to the originals and come with their own numbered certificate of authenticity.

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Customer Reviews

Based on 305 reviews
Joseph Browning
The Blue Model As A Kid

The blue model of this fabulous Jaguar E Type 2+2 caught my eye inside the glass display case of my local toy store back in the day. I can't remember if I already was a fan of this Jaguar car model from seeing it on the streets or if this Corgi model was my first introduction to this amazing car design, but I knew I had to have it. So I asked my mom to buy it for me brand spanking new, and on the drive back home I opened the box and slid this beautifully crafted toy into my little hands and immediately started opening all the doors and bonnet. I couldn't believe the detail and that all the seats inside moved too! It was my first official Corgi toy car and I was instantly impressed, even as a boy. Fast forward too many years to admit and your Club had the brilliant idea to re-manufacture this model in RED along with the awesome box. So of course I bought one (how could I not?) to be a perfect companion to my original BLUE model along with the others in my "keepers" collection. Thank you! Keep up the great work; worth every penny!

Scott Leach

This car has way too many features for a model of its size. Opening doors, hood and trunk, moving seats as well, plus suspension. In addition, detailed exhaust and a wonderful paint job make it a real winner.

John Stewart
XKE the best !!!!!

I had the original back in the day and I loved it, but like everything else either got misplaced or thrown away……

Great in every respect.

For those who never had this model, this is a real treat. Created by true vintage "Corgi Toys love”; this model has every single detail of the original as well as inventive packaging which allow the model to be taken out , yet easily maintain the blister pack integrity! Even the rear seat slider is present and functions! Superb Dash detail! Wonderful rear door and stance of this model make it a must have.
Thank you for making it.

Hello Tom,

Thank you so much for your 5 star review, we are pleased to hear your comments.

With kind regards
Corgi Model Club USA

335 - 4.2 Litre Jaguar 'E' Type 2+2

Very well made. Just like the original....

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