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1972 Jensen Interceptor Mk III For Sale

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  • £64,950 As stated
  • 1972
  • HILTON
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Price £64,950 As stated
Ad Type For Sale
Category Classic Cars
Make Jensen
Model Interceptor
  Interceptor Mk III
Year 1972
Mileage 48,000 miles
Country UK
Region Staffordshire
Town HILTON
Telephone 07775 846873
Status Private
Date 14-Dec-2020
Ref C1257554
1972 Jensen Interceptor Mk III. Reef Blue with Beige interior. 48,000 miles. If you are seriously considering the acquisition of one of these superb British GTs, we strongly recommend that you view, test drive and have this example inspected, before making your choice. Subjected to a three year, very expensive restoration, completed three years and three thousand wonderfully pleasurable and trouble free miles ago, here is a once in a lifetime opportunity to purchase a classic car that somebody else has spent ALL the money on, resurrecting it to its once former glory. With prices having momentarily fallen back, coupled to a vendor wishing to thin down his collection, such opportunities rarely fall into place. As a wise man once said, "It's all about the timing". Extremely keenly priced (as no doubt you will be aware if you have been looking to buy one), priced at just £64,950 in order to facilitate a sale, you will definitely look back and rue this day if you miss this amazing chance.

The (COMPREHENSIVE is too inadequate a word to describe it) documented service history, including past MoT certificates, old tax discs, full restoration details, together with details of all the desirable enhancements and upgrades, reads like the volumes of War & Peace. As such, there is far too much information to list here.
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