Jensen heritage for the next generation

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    French Connection | La Coupe Des Alpes

    Ludovic Parayre, owner of the renouned UK-based classic car dealers, LAP 63, and supporter of the Museum, champions the Jensen FF. French-born Parayre is the first to enter a four-wheel-drive Jensen FF in the 2016 endurance rally,  La Coupe Des Alpes. Parayre gives us a short diary of the event, which as he describes is […]

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    Vintage Supercharged Jensen FF | Chassis 119/142

    Unique supercharged Jensen FF unveiled. Right at the edge of classic cars versus custom cars lies Jensen FF 119/142, here slowly disintegrating in a Solihull back-garden. The FF was acquired for its new owner by the Banbury-based company ‘Bavarez’. Restoration started back in 2011, and as work developed, the restoration took a turn towards customisation. […]

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    Jensen FF | Audi Museum Exhibition

    Four-wheel-drive exhibition at the Audi Museum included the Jensen FF. The Audi Museum at Ingolstadt, Germany, mounted an exhibition examining the history of four-wheel-drive vehicles. Not surprisingly, the Jensen FF, along with Audi’s Quattro, had centre stage. The exhibition included prototypes, such as the pre-war Bugatti Type 53, and the post-war Cisitalia 360 racing car. […]

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    Racing Past The Ton | 20,000 Mile Jensen FF

    In 1990 Geoff Lye became the custodian of what was then; and possibly still is; the lowest mileage example of a Jensen FF known. The MK.II FF, 127/287, was originally purchased new by a Devon-based car collector. Ordered in metallic charcoal paint with red leather trim, the FF was little used by its owner, and […]