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Old 05-20-2007, 02:34 AM   #1
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These cars look solid.
Anyone have experience with em?
Price is comperable with a Bonnie of that year.

http://www.cars.com/go/search/detail...eadExists=true
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not only step away RUN !!!! from them they are a maintenance nightmare head gaskets ,electrical , and brakes to name a few my friend works on them and has no hair die soly to them
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First thing that comes to mind is that parts would more than likely be freakishly expensive and quite possibly hard to find.
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and you dont even want to know howmutch for the trans seings it is awd
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its a jag you do know that ford own jag right!!!
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RUN.

When I hear Jag = Fire. I cannot tell you how many burnt Jags I have seen in the junkyards, new and old. Apparently their fuel or electrical systems suck ***.
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never an *-type fan myself... for the $$, a bimmer is a MUCH better choice
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Personally, I love Jags. I had a girlfriend whose dad would let us use his occasionally. But, I have no clue on reliability. Just expect maintenance and parts to be expensive...
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I would hit it... but I wouldnt trade in my Bonneville for it
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theres a tsb on the transmissions. ive personally seen one slipp baddly at only 23000 miles. needed new tranny
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