Mr. Viking wrote:my dad had one for years and it was brilliant (sadly I broke it a bit in the end). It had problems with the engine computer, but this was fairly cheaply fixed. This is in the UK though, so there are more specialists. The older ones are fairly cheap to buy but will be expensive to run. I think it is worth it if you have the money, because they are fantastic cars. Don't have a clue what the ownership experience would be like in the US though
kowalski wrote:Quentin Wilson tells you how to buy a classic Jag from way back in the day...
Resident Asshole wrote:Something I am very surprised no one has mentioned is that the newer jags owned by Ford have a lot of Ford parts in them, making them both more reliable and cheaper to maintain. I am not certain what models are the "most" domestic, but I know my local's owner has an X-type which has a Ford 4.0L V6 and 5 speed auto. Ford trans. in it. I believe the brakes are Ford as well.
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