Jaguars don’t do well when confronted with 20mm Vulcan fire (VIDEO)

12/13/18 11:30 AM | by

Jaguars really don't do well when confronted with 20mm Vulcan fire (VIDEO)

If you have a ridiculous Toyota Prius outfitted with a working 20mm Vulcan on hand, you already know that a raggedy pre-owned Jaguar S-Type has its days numbered.

Taking their Vulcan Prius– which uses a salvaged 20mm cannon from an F-16— the Black Rifle Coffee/Full Mag guys tune up the engine block of a dated Jag they have with a knock to it.

While the results likely won’t show up on Carfax, chances are you should really look twice at any decade-old S-Types in the Vegas area that pop up on Craigslist in coming weeks.

On the bright side, the air filter looks pretty good.

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