We recently teamed up with Two Inch Cuffs for this editorial. Much thanks to James Nord for his Photograpy and Direction, Ruben Hughes for his oversight and models Dylan Nord & Kathy Osborne for really bringing this project to life. For the complete spread, please head to Two Inch Cuffs.
Once called “the most beautiful car in the world” by none other than Enzo Ferrari, the 1964 Jaguar XK-E still exudes a timeless elegance that only a few cars of its generation can. The 60s wonder is currently one of six automobiles permanently on display at New York’s MoMA but don’t think that’s all it’s good for as there’s no doubt it is still capable of ripping the road as it tops off in the 160 mph range. The Two Inch Cuffs team had the opportunity to take this 1964 Jaguar XK-E around Ft. Lauderdale and there’s no doubt it turned heads and left many wishing to be in the driver’s seat. Amazing stills from the day can be found below.