£87,500 As stated
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Initial work was undertaken to bring the car up to an MOT level of condition, which included mechanical work to the engine and brakes, along with removing the sills and checking the chassis tubes. The tubes remained in an excellent state of repair, so these were thoroughly rust protected, and a new set of sills welded into place. The interior is breathtakingly, with its original red leather in a superb state of preservation. The outside paint is still the original paint from new, now with a wonderful barn-find appearance. There is some rust to the front & rear valences, and leading up the rear arches, but outside of that, the car is solid. After a light recommission for the road, the next custodian could drive the car as is, or have the bodywork attended to.
The Jensen Museum has two features on the website devoted to this car.
We are delighted and privileged to be currently preparing this incredibly rare motor car. This 1967 Jensen Vignale is one of the eight remaining cars out of twelve prototypes produced in the Vignale factory in Italy. This is a true collector’s piece and unique opportunity to purchase a real museum quality car with matching ...
- 22nd Apr 2021
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- 10th Apr 2021
This outstanding Jensen FF MKII was supplied new in Metallic Quartz with Tan upholstery, and first registered on the 1st May 1971. EEA 455J was registered new to Jensen Motors Ltd, West Bromwich and was an official factory demonstrator car. We have Jensen paperwork to confirm the FF was loaned to Charles Follet Ltd on ...
- 9th May 2021
Registered for the road on 1st October 1968, Chassis #119/069 is considered to be the first so-called Mk1½ Jensen FF and as such, was immediately compelled into service as the Works Press Demonstrator. Sporting Crystal Blue coachwork with a Mist Grey roof at that time, this was hard to identify in the January 1969 ...
- 23rd Apr 2021