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Riverside Works, Cropredy, Near Banbury
OX17 1PQ
Tel:  01295758159
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1974 Jensen Interceptor MKIII Convertible (PBK '74) For Sale

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  • £89,950 As stated
  • 1974
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Price £89,950 As stated
Ad Type For Sale
Category Classic Cars
Make Jensen
Model Interceptor
  Convertible MKIII
Year 1974
Mileage 48,376 miles
Country UK
Region Oxfordshire
Telephone 01295 758159
Status Trade
Date 22-Dec-2020
Ref C1064228
- 1 of 87 RHD cars
- Copies of original build sheet
- Up-rated cooling system
- Up-rated brakes
- Up-rated alternator
- High torque starter motor
- Performance upgrades
- Fully restored in 1994
- New 17 inch Wheels and tyres
- 3,000 Mile/3 Month warranty*

Complete with copies of the original build card from 1974 this convertible comes with a fantastic history folder that you would expect from a car of this condition. There are also M.O.T’s dating back to 1980 which verify the current mileage of 48,376.

The car was fully restored in 1994 and has only covered 8,000 miles since – less than 350 miles a year! Shortly after its restoration it featured in Popular Classic magazine and a copy of the article is included in the history folder.

Finished in Metallic Blue with a Biscuit Tan interior, this rare original RHD convertible is in fine condition and ready for summer use at home or abroad!

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