Q: Q: removing cylinder heads

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i have a 95 lincoln tc sig. that jumped timing a week or two ago, and i am going to be fixing it this weekend and was thinking about changing the head gaskets while im that deep in the engine, i am the original owner and the car has never had any overheating issues but if i do remove the cylinder heads would i have to get them remachined or can i just replace the gaskets and avoid spending another $250 to take them to the shop for service.

My car has 250000 miles.
My car has an automatic transmission.

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