£79,950 As stated
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REEF Blue with Black Leather Trim, Alloys, Air cond, full electric pack.
54000 miles only 3 owners and full documented history.
Rust free original example.
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Exterior: The Jensen Interceptor MK3 looks super sharp in grey metallic. The very small amount of corrosion that was on this car was taken care of in 2006 and then the car was repainted. It still looks wonderful today since the car has not been used much. The wheels that are special for MK3 were refurbished at the same ...
- 7th Jan 2022
A very rare incarnation of the Jensen Interceptor. The Jensen SP (for "Six Pack") has the distinction of being the most powerful car ever to have been made by Jensen Motors. Indeed, at the time of its release in August 1971, the SP was one of the most powerful road cars anywhere in the world. Its specification seemed to ...
- 14th Dec 2021
Rare among the Interceptor variants and Jensen's swansong for the 70's at least. The Coupés are a largely unknown type and many people who might know a bit about Jensens have never actually seen one. A prototype was first shown at the October 1975 Earls Court Motor Show in London before financial receivers moved in, in ...
- 21st Dec 2021
- Tens of thousands spent in 2015/2016 - New 17? Wheels and tyres - Up-rated aluminium brakes - Up-rated cooling system - Up-rated alternator - New adjustable shock absorbers - New rear leaf springs - Engine rebuild, unleaded conversion - Refurbished carburettor - New rear wheel bearings - High torque starter ...
- 1st Jan 2022
Jensen ‘Early’ Interceptor 1954 It probably is the most unknown and unsung hero of british motoring and most people will have a newer Interceptor in mind when they hear its name. In 1949 Jensen Motors Limited introduced the Interceptor as a convertible for the first time at the Earls Court Motor Show. A two door ...
- 18th Dec 2021
Undoubtedly one of the inner-circle of famous Jensen FF cars. The Jensen FF press car, chassis number 119/117, achieved fame after motoring journalist, Harold Dvoretsky had loan of the car in 1969. By 1970 the car was sold to a private customer, and the third owner kept the car for the rest of his life. 119/117 was acquired ...
- 3rd Dec 2021
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 in NSW. Supplied with ...
- 13th Dec 2021
Automatic, Petrol November 1974 7.2l cc335 BHP ( 250 KW ) 67538 mls A late Series 4 car which left the factory at the end of 1975 MOT certificates going back to 1989 Comprehensive mechanical service history, (some at Cropredy) including MoT’s Full body respray 2012 New replacement A/C system in 2011 3,000 ...
- 11th Jan 2022
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- 13th Jan 2022
One of only 456 original Jensen Interceptor dropheads (or convertibles) built. Coachwork and interior were both restored a number of years ago and are in outstanding condition. The easy to maintain and utterly reliable Chrysler mechanicals are in very good shape. Rare and even classic rally-proven car which will doubtless ...
- 28th Dec 2021
Very rare left hand drive Jensen Interceptor MK2 in very good condition, only 432 left hand drive MK2 Interceptors were made ! Very clean car with rebuilt engine, new starter motor, alternator, carburator, alloy cilinder heads, electronic ignition, reconditioned gearbox, front and rear brake calipers rebuilt with stainless ...
- 17th Nov 2021
This is a 6.3cc Interceptor III build in November 1971. RHD. Imported to Spain in 1987. I own this car since 2010. The car drives very nicely. Beautiful engine smooth and powerful sound. Very good condition. General maintenance update regularly. Different mechanics jobs done in the last 3 years including new parts: ...
- 29th Dec 2021
Like many British sporting car manufacturers, the Jensen story is an interesting one. Brothers Alan and Richard Jensen were ‘car guys’ and in the 1920’s and 1930’s they were heavily involved in coachbuilding , both as a hobby and profession. In 1931 the Jensen brothers went to work for coachbuilder WJ Smith & Sons ...
- 4th Dec 2021
For Sale Rare 1955 Jensen Interceptor With Original Buff Logbook Referred to in a Recent Well Known Classic Car Magazine As The Forgotten Jensen And The Most Unknown and Unsung Hero Of British Motoring These Cars Will Be A Very Sought After Classic In The Future As There Very Few Left And A Must For Any Jensen Collector ...
- 20th Jan 2022
real nice Interceptor MK3, free of Corrosion, new Air Condition, Ignition,Carburettor, Steereing Rack, Radiator and many things more, ask for Details
- 10th Jan 2022
This is no 347 out of 511 Jensen GT . Originally sold to USA, exported to Sweden i 1992, and I bought it in 2015. During the period in Sweden, the car had a complete rebuild, and repainted back to its originally colour Pine Green. It got new pistons and rings, new exhaust. The car is in a very good condition, without ...
- 21st Jan 2022