Due to a combination of things (nothing to do with the car) I am selling my Jensen Interceptor. She is a 6.3 g-series. With an SP bonnet and Mark II steering wheel.
Since buying the car I have recommissioned her and spent nearly £4K and a lot of my time getting her good. She Now runs perfectly and .....
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
The model was only .....
JENSEN FF Mark 11 1970 SERIES 2 6.276 LITRE AUTOMATIC MANUFACTURED 1970 DESPATCHED 11th APRIL 1970.
Production numbers 110 models. Interceptors now are gaining the appreciation they have long deserved.
The FF, being the pinnacle model was produced in small numbers, only 320 in total of all Series .....
Reluctant sale of our Interceptor - bought last year but unfortunately we've found that being self employed with family we've had little time to spend with her.
Mechanically sound & just in need of some cosmetic detailing, this car is priced to sell & can be considered very reasonable in today's .....
engine total restored.
body total restored.
new brakes and calibers.
new bumpers and tyres.
new carburator and collingfans
new painted,midnightblue pearl
new carpets cabin and booth.
car has driving 100 miles sins restored.
**Probably the best available Jensen FF**
I have owned this remarkable FF for three years and thoroughly enjoyed every moment.
The vehicle is well documented on the Jensen Owner's Club forum and is presented for sale in its original colour of Silver Grey alongside a Red interior trim.
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
It is to the brothers Richard and Alan Jensen, training engineers, that we owe the creation of the eponymous brand, after joining their know-how with the Smith bodywork based in West Bromwich in Great Britain. Since the end of the Second World War, having worked for the largest English manufacturers, .....
This Interceptor MK III was first registered in May 1974 and is in excellent condition.
The comprehensive history file shows the car was originally a demonstrator model hence the louvered bonnet, sheepskin seat inserts and other options fitted when new.
Finished in Aruba Red with contrasting tan .....
This was the first Mk2 CV8 delivered, 16th October 1963. Imported to Australia in the late 1970’s and subject to a full body off restoration, reconfigured and fully optimised for Tarmac Rally LMS specification in 2002.
Current CAMS Marque Sports log book and AASA passport. Fully road registered .....
Very solid and reliable Jensen interceptor for sale.
Body work and paint all solid and in good order.
Leather in good condition inc carpets
Car runs well, starts on the button and is ready for a new home.
1969 Jensen Interceptor 11 6276cc Sports Coupe Automatic finished in metallic burgundy with black Leather interior, Sundym glass with blue top tint to windscreen, original "Voxson" eight track player with Jensen logo, also fitted with the optional air conditioning.
The car has been in storage for many .....
OJF 789F was supplied new to Charles Follet Limited, Berkeley Street, London, finished in White with Black trim and power assisted steering on the 25th June 1968. A copy of the original invoice, Jensen Motors Ltd guarantee claim form and early maintenance records with Jensen Motors are with the car. .....
The performance of the CV8 in 1965 was shattering, offering a proper 4 seat car, capable of a genuine 130mph, probably the fastest 4 seater in the world at that time, with incredible build standards and road manners it is often underappreciated, fitted with the bombproof Chrysler 6.2 V8 mated to a torqueflite .....