William Lee: It is very comfortable, but you always know you have control. Had power steering, brakes, and AC. All of those were US products. Was pretty luxurious for the late 60s, compared to other British Cars. Was also the biggest production car Jagar ever made.Overall, the outside and inside, size wise were almost identical to a 2001 Caddy Sedan.
Jim Griffin: Wow...definitely big for a Jag...and compared to most cars nowadays. Very nice.
William Lee: Jason, no in Clarinda. If you remember the square with the court house in the middle, the streets running north and south on either side of the court house are 16th on the left where the post office is and 15th on the right or east. Lee Electric, which became Iowa Power and Light was one block north of the square on 15th. The south east corner of Chestnut and 15th. Then it belonged to Optiz Motor company from about 1949 until about 7 or 8 years ago, then John Williams ( distant relative) bought it and has an auction house on it now. The generating plant ran on steam power and so they piped excess steam all around the square to all the building for free. I'll find an aerial that shows it and the square. So three blocks east and two blocks north of my house.