JENSEN FF FOR SALE
When you feel your years of Jensen FF custodianship have come to an end, why not let THE JENSEN MUSEUM sell your car.
You can advertise your car on the site, giving your car presence to car model specific interest around the world, or if you prefer, you can consign your car to us and we will undertake the sale of your car
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JENSEN FF FOR SALE
Jensen FF For Sale
Chassis number 119/016
One of the few Jensen FFs built at Vignale in Italy, this car bearing the Vignale build number ‘8. The car was built up as a painted shell at Vignale, and shipped back to West Bromwich for trimming in a special steel-grey leather. The Museum has helped the owner where possible in regard to the car’s current restoration, including sample matching for the correct factory mist grey paint. Marque specialists, Rejen, have also been responsible for the excellent retrimming of the interior back to its correct steel-grey. The completed restoration has taken four years, and today the owner states the car drives very well. A comprehensive car history file goes with the car, which has completed approximately 99,000 miles between 1967 and 2017. The car is located just outside Stockholm. Further information available on request.
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The Jensen FF is a four-wheel drive grand tourer produced by Jensen Motors between 1966 and 1971. It was the first non all-terrain production car equipped with four-wheel drive and an anti-lock braking system.
The use of four-wheel drive in a passenger car preceded the successful AMC Eagle by thirteen years and the Audi Quattro by fourteen years, and the Subaru Leone by five years. The Dunlop Maxaret mechanical anti-lock braking system had previously been used only on aircraft, lorries, and racing cars.
The letters FF stand for Ferguson Formula, after Ferguson Research Ltd., who invented the car’s four-wheel drive system. The FF is related to the similar-looking, rear-wheel drive Jensen Interceptor, but is 127 mm (5.0 in) longer, and mechanically very different.
Just 320 Jensen FF cars were produced between 1966 and 1971, and today are the most sought after cars originally manufactured by Jensen Motors.