Video: 1994 Jaguar XJ12: The Last Jaguar
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Made To Drive | S14 E08

1994 Jaguar XJ12: The Last Jaguar

Four-door twelve-cylinder.
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Jonny Law
Jonny Law

So true, “changing a timing belt, is changing a timing belt”. Several people who own exotic cars who have been convinced by the dealership mechanics that if you do the work yourself, you could destroy the car beyond repair. Its still a car. Whether its Evan’s Miata, Peter’s Jag, or Enzo’s Ferrari. Its still just mechanics.

James Wieler
James Wieler

He supported the engine from up top and dropped the subframe!! Very few would be so bold. That’s a true car nut

tomwbell@gmail.com

Really nice film, thanks.

Terry VanDervort
Terry VanDervort

Peter,
Thank you for taking us with you down the brick streets and country lanes past the grand buildings and picturesque windmill. All while you describe the excitement and pleasure you get from driving your V12 Jaguar. You certainly do “Drive Tastefully.”

Kurt Uzbay
Kurt Uzbay

so there IS hope for the next generation… good to see… Kurt

Bohemianracer
Bohemianracer

My son who studies mechanical engineering in Groningen (Netherlands) told me that he saw someone wearing a t-shirt that said “Make Jaguar Great Again”.

I agree.

Evan Bedford
Evan Bedford

I’m 60 years old. I’ve only ever owned 4-bangers, and I currently own two Miatas. But I found this video and this car and this engine truly intriguing. Thanks!

Dion Ronio
Dion Ronio

Very nice auto.
He nailed it when he explained “if you don’t glance back at the vehicle, you prolly bought the wrong one”
Bravo

Sotirios Bakaimis
Sotirios Bakaimis

nice & elegant

Larry Kirkpatrick
Larry Kirkpatrick

Nice to see him in the shop doing his own work on this classic. Bravo!