1970 Jensen Ferguson Formula II project

Highlights


  • Stripped and ready for complete restoration
  • Extremely rare vehicle, 1 of 107

The Appeal


This is a very very rare opportunity to purchase one of just 107 Jenson Ferguson Formula IIs ever produced.

For its time it was a very advanced car, sporting a lot of features that were ahead of its time, being the first ever production car to have all-wheel drive and anti-lock brakes. A rare chance to own a vehicle that has been fully stripped and prepared for a comprehensive restoration, sure to be a valuable and rare vehicle when complete.

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The History and Paperwork


  • V5 Present
  • Massive history file

The car was kept by the previous keeper for around 20 years, after which the current keeper purchased the car in 2022 as a restoration project but was not able to continue with the restoration. The original blue V5 is present, along with a huge 60-page history file from Martin Robey including a heritage certificate.

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The Interior


  • Most if not all original parts appear to be present
  • Overall sound condition
  • Ready for restoration

The interior of this lovely vehicle is stripped and ready for complete restoration. It appears that all parts are present, and overall the interior components appear to be in reasonable condition, besides storage dust etc. It is currently trimmed in black leather.

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The Exterior


  • Bodywork appears straight
  • Lovely red paint

The bodywork appears to be straight and in overall good condition, presented in a lovely red paint which will look fantastic when complete. A few known missing parts are the bonnet, lights and badges. Overall a very nice basis for restoration and again most parts appear to be present and stripped ready to restore.

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The Mechanics


  • Engine in very nice condition
  • Lots of parts present

Mechanically the vehicle appears to be in good condition, it would appear that the engine and transmission have already had some restoration work carried out. A lot of boxes of parts and a very nice foundation to work with.

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Summary


Very few people have seen an FF in person, with the Interceptor being far more common. This car was a real masterpiece of its time and now a very collectable and valuable machine. With this lovely car being totally prepared for restoration, with a lot of the time involved stripping and preparing already having been carried out, this most certainly is an opportunity not to be missed.

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Vehicle specification
  • Year 1970
  • Make Jensen
  • Model Interceptor II
  • Colour Red
  • Odometer 0
  • Engine size 6198
  • Town Canewdon
Auction Details
  • Seller Type Private
  • Location Essex
  • Country United Kingdom
Bidding history
28 bids
  • an•••• £21,250 16/10/22
  • ph•••• £21,000 16/10/22
  • an•••• £20,750 16/10/22
  • ph•••• £20,500 16/10/22
  • ph•••• £20,250 16/10/22
  • ba•••• £20,000 16/10/22
  • ph•••• £19,999 16/10/22
  • ph•••• £19,750 16/10/22
  • ba•••• £19,500 16/10/22
  • ba•••• £19,250 16/10/22

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