We first showed you images of this 1987 Jaguar V12 swapped Miata back in July and now we have video of the beast in action.
First, my hat's off to the guy who actually did this. It takes a lot of skill and dedication (and a patient wife and/or girlfriend) to do something this magnificent. That having been said, I suspect that this is only a straight-line machine. It looks like that Jaguar engine, which is undoubtedly a lot heavier than the original, is sitting almost squarely on the front axle line. The car probably plows like an Iowa farmer. Of course, on the other side, throttle induced oversteer is likely pletyful.