1973 7.2 Jensen Interceptor MK111 SOLD


Here is my beautiful looking Jensen Interceptor MK 111 in metallic dark blue with a tan leather interior. I purchased the car through Derby Jensen specialists Richard Appleyards in 2010.

The previous owner had carried out an extensive amount of work included repainting the car and replacing the sills, rebuilt cylinder heads and engine overhaul, fitting a larger capacity radiator and uprated fans, all new brake disks and callipers, rebuilt front suspension, new carb and K&N air filter etc.

The car has had 6 previous owners and comes with a good history file with a folder of invoices including the original stamped Jensen service booklet (stamped 1974-1980) along with 15 MOTs (1985-2000).

Over the last 11 years I have continued to improve and maintain the car including fitting a new stainless steel exhaust system and an original 8 track stereo converted to a digital radio and MP3 player. Recently the car has had a major service and a considerable amount of work undertaken. (A full list will be made available to potential buyers along with a video of the car). The car has also just had a full carburettor set up and tune up at a local specialist and drives beautifully.

In summary, the car is a lovely, honest example of this classic Gentleman's British GT. The body work is in very good condition and has some minor age related marks and the interior has a lovely patina. I have really enjoyed this car and had numerous trouble free trips to Classic Le Mans and the South of England. Needless to say the car is never short of admiring glances and compliments from enthusiasts!

The car is located in Jersey, Channel Islands and I can assist with transportation to the UK if required. I have also contacted HMRC who have confirmed the process of importing car from Jersey to uk including obtaining a NOVA certificate, all which is quite straight forward.

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