Jensen Coupe 1976 - One of the last Jensen produce For Sale
1976 mod. Jensen Interceptor Coupé
The car is situated in Oslo, Norway. Freight must be organized and payed for by the buyer.
Rare among the Interceptor variants. The Coupés are a largely unknown type and many people who might know a bit about Jensens have never actually seen one. A prototype was first shown at the October 1975 Earls Court Motor Show in London before financial receivers moved in, in may 1976. The Coupe is distinguished by its coach built roof manufactured by Panther and featuring a smoked glass paneling running across the roof. Around 47 Coupes were produced with only 27 being RHD.
The car drives excellent and the the engine sounds amazing. The automatic transmission is excellent, the car has no overheating issues and is a very good starter hot and cold.
However, the car is not in mint condition, there are some failure on the electrical system:
• Ac does not work
• El antenna does not work
• Bad contact to the starter
Also, the left steering rack boots have cracked. There is an exhaust leak on left manifold, and a small oil leak on the automatic box. Expect the engine to use some oil.
IT’S NOT A 85K JENSEN SO DON’T EXPECT ONE. I only want £54,500.00
I have a massive file of original papers and invoicesgoing back many years, and the milage appears to be correct base don the history I have.
Second owner since 1988, older restoration same time - painted, new top, new full leather interior, leather boot, lot of repairs done, now any rust ever, new tires. Hasn’t been driven for 25 years, revived several month ago.
440 engine/ 727 3-speed auto
This Jensen is one of the last made, having the wooden dash and center consul, with the all leather dashtop and rear facing center clocks.
This totally UN-RESTORED model very rarely becomes available for sale because of its rarity.
This car was first registered on 18 January 1976
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