I've done a search, here and beyond but I'd kinda like to put together a post that will answer most of the FAQ's that come up with a Jag IFS swap. http://www.jalopyjournal.com/forum/showthread.php?t=451036&highlight=jaguar http://www.jalopyjournal.com/forum/showthread.php?t=24785 http://www.jalopyjournal.com/forum/showthread.php?t=571296&highlight=tech+ifs I've found a local junk yard that has two Jags in the yard. A 95 XJS with a I6 and an 85 XJ6 with a V12. From what I've read in the above posts, either will work. Is one better than the other? The 95 is in A LOT better shape. I see that I need the crossmember, all suspension parts, and the steering linkage from the column to the rack. I've also seen to grab the gas cap on the 85. Should I grab the Jag power steering pump and fab a bracket for my 351W, or would it be better to use the Ford pump and bracket and fab some lines? I'm going to go the route of Mattilac in the Jag IFS into a 64 F100 post and use adaptors to connect the metric brake lines to a standard master cylinder, so I won't pull the master cylinder. But I've seen where others have. If you're someone following this post, it's your call. Can I safely assume that I'll need all METRIC tools to pull it out of the Jag? I have a very typical, maybe even sub-standard, set of metric wrenches and sockets, 7MM to probably 18 or 19MM. Is there any special sized wrenches or sockets that I'll need to have before I get there? Stupid question of the day... Does the engine bolt to the Jag crossmember or the Jag frame? Does it need to be pulled out of the vehicle to get the IFS out? What about the trans? How does the steering U-joint come apart from the column? Where is the connection, engine side or passenger compartment side? Well, that's about it for now, I'll add more questions as I think of them. I'd really like to get it out as quickly as possible, free time is a commodity for both my wife and I and I know I'll owe her big time for letting me have the time away.