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Jaguar XJ8 has failed MoT - what are my options?

My old Jaguar XJ has failed the MoT and will cost too much to fix. The engine is in very good order and it has four good tyres, but footwell corrosion resulted in its MoT fail. What should I do with the car, scrap it or sell?

Asked on 19 October 2013 by iainkb

Answered by Honest John
Might be worth more for the parts to a Jaguar enthusiast. Visit the Jaguar Enthusiasts Club website and advertise it:
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