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how many of you have had one? i've had five or six over the years and even now have one sat on my drive plus a spares one sat in a garage up the road,
i think their great summer fun and so easy to live with, what do you think of them?

here's one of my old ones i rebuilt a few years back,


 

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i nearly had one... bought the build manual and a ford escort donor car, was saving my pennies for the kit. but as you do, spent it on something else just before id saved the full amount.
i would still have one for summer fun if one came up at the right time :tup:
 

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got one, didnt realy see the point in them till i drove it, now i love it. its got a 2ltr engine and 5 speed box, been lowered a bit from standard (before i got it) so it handles ok but is still a little tail light and likes to go sideways (or is that just the way i drive it:D) as a cheap fun summer car you cant beat it, a lot more practical than the model T (also a Jago)
 

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i helped my step brother build one. good intro to building cars and great fun:tup:
 

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After spares

Wondering if anyone can help, ive just bought a jago based on a mk2 with a pinto in it, im after a roof either rag top or hard top and doors, if anyoneknows of 1 or if you have 1 could you please get in contact, cash waiting, thank you
 

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I used to have one back in 76 ( just seen what it became on other thread )
It was great fun, we had a really hot summer in 76 and I don't think I put the roof up for a couple of months!
Used it for work as well as play. Based on a 1200 Anglia. Very light as I recall, I could stand at the back, grab the box section bumper and lift it of the ground and do the same at the front!
Great fun in the dry and interesting in the wet :D
 

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I had one. Put a 1800 zetec on busa throttle bodies in it. went very well :tup:

I really miss my Geep
 

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Depends on the age of the kit. I think you can tell by the wings. If they are round it is a geep, if they are more square it is a sandero.

Worth asking on the jago club forum. They are a really nice bunch!
 
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