Evolution E-Types was established by engineer Uryk Dmyterko from his long-held desire to build the best E-Type ever. It all started with a commission to fully restore a Series 1 E-Type roadster to concours standard. Unable to source certain parts he decided to make them himself and the rest, as they say, is history.
However, this isn’t just another Jaguar E-Type restoration company, as Uryk Dmyterko is already recognised as a leading supplier of new E-Type parts such as their high strength chassis frames, solid billet machined aluminium cam covers and their most recent development, an aluminium 5-speed gearbox.
Now the world’s leading E-Type parts supplier has taken a big step forward to create a brand new range of Jaguar E-type models with modern day comforts, handling and engineering developments. They offer customers all the sixties style, look and feel of this iconic car, but with contemporary handling, reliability and comfort, a recipe that is increasingly popular amongst car enthusiasts looking for classic style without the headaches.
Uryk leads a team of highly skilled and experienced craftsmen who are producing these exquisite machines from a large workshop complex comprising CNC machining, engine and bodywork shops, spray booth, upholstery and mechanical engineering departments. The company is based in Darlington, Co. Durham.
Exo Sports Cars was founded in January 2015 to manufacture the highly successful range of car and bike-engined vehicles that for the last few years have dominated the kit car scene under the MEV and RTR brands. The new company and it's SVE (Scuderia Veicolo Exoskeletal) brand is focused on its primary objective to manufacture the most thrilling exoskeletal kit cars and sports cars for sale in both the UK and in the markets of their international distributors. Their fabricators are skilled craftmen and benefit from having manufactured all of the vehicles since their initial conception. The hundreds of vehicles that are now on the road stand as testament to the quality of their work. The new company will continue to be located in New Basford, Nottingham, where they produce a wide range of individual sports cars under the SVE brand.
Frontline Developments, based near Abingdon-on-Thames, Oxfordshire, was started in 1992 and has built up a solid reputation for designing and building upgraded components for fitting to classic British sports cars, such as the MGB and Spridgets and Triumphs. Their aim is to combine yesterday's heritage with today's state-of-the-art technology, by completely transforming the performance of these cars - from handling and roadholding to gearbox and engine characteristics, while maintaining their classic looks and character. Frontline are now building a limited edition modern take on the much-loved MGB GT, called the LE50, and a Roadster version called the Abingdon Edition.
Gardner Douglas was established in 1990 by design engineer Andrew Burrows, with the aim of producing premium sports cars for individuals who wanted the very best combination of 60's era design and contemporary handling and performance. Their GD Mk3 model was the first car of its kind to be submitted and awarded Individual Vehicle Approval (IVA). In the last ten years much has been written about the company, its people and its cars. At a time when brand is everything, it is reassuring to know that a major part of the GD brand is its reputation for always putting quality first. The current range of five models are built at their factory in Grantham, Lincolnshire.