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Jensen Motors Distributors A-Z

Until the birth of the Italian styled Jensen Interceptor and FF, Jensen Motors had a ‘small family’ of distributors that sold the company’s cars. Bearing in mind the relatively small number of Jensen cars being produced at that time they had no need for a larger distribution scheme. This was about to change. As the company headed through the later 1960s, and into the 1970s, the distribution network enlarged, with nearly 50 Jensen Motors distributors signed up by 1974. And that was in the UK alone.

Like most other manufacturers at the time, Jensen Motors Ltd operated a three tier distributor/dealer network, where dealers were appointed within distributors’ areas and purchased cars and parts through them at agreed over-riding discount to the distributors. In areas outside any distributor area , all trade sales and parts supplies were handled by Jensen Motors Ltd direct. In addition, some ‘service only’ dealers were appointed, both in and outside accredited distributors, especially in export markets such as Switzerland.

The names of key management reflect individuals holding that position within the company at some-point during the 1960s/1970s. Obviously some of them may have left, and others taken over their position.

 

JENSEN MOTORS DISTRIBUTORS | GREAT BRITAIN

 

AUTOCARE LTD

Pangbourne, Berkshire

Sales Director: M.G.Ward

Service Manager: F.Hopkins

Jensen distributors from at least 1972

 

A.R.D GARAGE(CWYMBRAN)LTD

Cwmbran, Monmouthshire

Managing Director: A.D.Gooding

Service Manager: L.Webb

Alf & Don Gooding at the launch of the new Jensen MK.II in 1969.

Alf & Don Gooding at the launch of the new Jensen MK.II in 1969.

The ARD showrooms in Wales . Photographed in 1972ARD was run by Alf and Don Gooding. The family had made money by lining blast furnaces. A.R.D took on their Jensen distributorship during the later 1960s (?). The two brothers would often go to London (especially when the Motor Show was on) to generate publicity for their distributorship. Through this means (and no doubt by their likeable character), they managed to attract some customers; not necessary living in Wales; to their Welsh-based business. Tony Marshall, former Sales Manager at Jensen Motors, remembers the two brothers as “true characters”

Outside of other Jensens, the Company sold nine Jensen FF cars

A.R.D  remained a Jensen Motors distributor until at least 1974.

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The ARD showrooms in Wales . Photographed in 1972

 

 

R.W.BAKER (STONEHOUSE) LTD         

R.WBaker were no longer Jensen Motors distributors by the late 1960s / early 1970s. Outside of other Jensens, the Company are known to have sold three Jensen FF cars.

Jensen Distributor Start & finish dates not known

 

BARGATE MOTORS (BOSTON) LTD

Boston, Lincs

Managing Director: W.Maltby

Service manager: R.Bailey

Jensen distributors from at least 1973

 

ROGER CLARK (CARS) LTD

Narborough, Liecs

Managing Director: R.Clark

Service Manager: P.Blackwell

Jensen distributors from at least 1973

 

CROPREDY BRIDGE GARAGE LTD

Cropredy, Buckinghamshire

Managing Director: Andrew Edwards

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Andrew Edwards photographed in the 1980s.

The Company had been in existance from 1968. They became official distributors for Jensen Motors in 1975.

Beside standard Interceptors, Andrew Edwards managed to sell a few Jensen Convertibles between 1975 / 76.

After the collapse of Jensen Motors, Cropredy Bridge Garage continued to specialise in Jensen cars.

As other distributors moved from Jensen cars, Edwards would purchase their entire stocks of parts, including the entire parts department of Charles Follett.

Edwards remained as the MD of Cropredy Bridge Garage until 1995, then selling out to Bob Cherry.

 

 

CULLEN’S (LANGFORD) LTD

Langford, Nr.Bristol.

Jensen distributors from at least 1964, possibly earlier. They were no longer Jensen distributors from the later 1960s

 

BRIAN ELDRIDGE LTD

Eldridge remained a Jensen Motors distributor until the late 1960s, possibly early 1970s. They were no longer distributors for Jensen by 1972.

Jensen Distributor exact start & finish dates not known

Outside of other Jensens, the Company sold five Jensen FF cars

 

J.A.ELSE & SON

Codnor, Derbyshire

Managing Director: R.Else

Jensen distributors from at least 1973

 

ENDCLIFFE MOTORS LTD

Sheffield, Yorkshire

Sales Manager: D.Turner

General Service Manager: P.A.Cook

Jensen distributors from at least 1972

 

EYELES & COXETTER (OXFORD)LTD  

This Oxford-based company were no longer Jensen Motors distributors by the late 1960s / early 1970s

Outside of other Jensens, the Company sold one Jensen FF car

Jensen distributors from at least 1972

 

MANN EGERTON LTD

Chairman Mr.Hawksley

Sales Manager David Dixon

Mann Egerton Ltd. was an automotive and aerospace company headquartered in Norwich. During its history the company was variously active in automotive retailing, aircraft manufacturing, automotive coachbuilding and electrical services.

It was founded in 1905 by Gerald Mann, an electrical engineer, and Hubert Egerton, although the two had been working in partnership for a number of preceding years (the “Tern” logo used in the 1960s was often accompanied by the statement “ESTD. 1898”). During the First World War, Mann Egerton received government contracts to build aeroplanes. Government contracts were also given to Mann Egerton during the Second World War, particularly for vehicle bodies. After the war, the company concentrated on setting up automobile retail outlets. However,  the company continued to be involved in electrical installation work, although this section of the business was sold off in 1964. The company was acquired by Inchcape in 1973.

Outside of other Jensens, the Company sold 31 Jensen FF cars

It isn’t known when Mann Egerton became Jensen distributors, but they were no longer Jensen Motors distributors by 1973.

 

CHARLES FOLLETT (MAYFAIR) LONDON               

Founder Charles Follett ( born 1899 – died 1982)

Chairman R.Dutton-Forshaw (Known to be  Chairman during the 1960s)

Managing Director Pat Follett (from 1961)

Directors

R.P Baker (known to be a director during the 1960s)

A.D.Fincham (known to be a director during the 1960s)

John Jason (director from 1973)

Sales Managers

N.B.Dixon (known to be Sales Manager early to middle 1960s)

Nigel Bligh, later 1960s.

David Pigott from around 1972/73 by David Piggot.

Service Director (St.John’s Wood) Derek Piper

Charles Follett giving a prize to Prince Bira in 1937.

Charles Follett giving a prize to Prince Bira in 1937.

Pat Follett’s father, Charles, started out in the 1920s, selling second-hand cars. He built up a reputation for selling good quality, good

Charles follett showrooms in Mayfair, photographed in 1972.

Charles Follett showrooms in Mayfair, photographed in 1972.

condition cars, which largely were sold on to the trade. Follett was asked by one of his clients, if he would like to run a Lancia agency from showrooms in Berkeley Street, Mayfair, Follett agreed immediately. The Lancia agency later ended, and Follett was give the opportunity to buy the Berkeley Street premises. He took on a bank loan, bought the premises, and started selling Alvis cars. Follet went a step further, and made an agreement with Vandem Plas to make stylish bodies for Alvis chassis’, which sold well, and enhanced his position. The relationship with Alvis soured, and in 1936 Alvis withdrew from Follett. Unperturbed, Follett still managed to fill his showroom with other sporty makes. After the Second World War, Follett took on Jensen as his agency. This close relationship with the Jensen brand continued through the decades.

Pat Follett with Jensen Motors Managing Director, Carl Duerr.

Pat Follett with Jensen Motors Managing Director, Carl Duerr.

By 1961, Follett retired, and handed over the reigns of his company to his son, Pat. The company, Charles Follett, went from strength to strength, and sold the largest amount of Jensen cars of any authorised distributor.

John Jason had made money from a clothing business; in the early 1970s, he put money into Charles Follett  in return for 50% of the company, becoming a director.

Charles Follett remained a Jensen Motors distributor through to 1976, and continued to service Jensen cars whilst Jensen Parts & Service remained in operation. After the demise of Jensen Parts & Service, Charles Follett took on a Porsche agency.

Typically of the Jensen distributor which sold the most Jensen cars; the Company sold an astounding 86 Jensen FF cars

 

FRANCIS MOTORS

Humberstone Rd, Leicester

Jensen distributors from at least 1964, possibly earlier. They were no longer Jensen distributors from the later 1960s

 

 

GIDEA PARK MOTORS (ESSEX) LTD

Managing Director R.H.G.Diebel

Sales Manager D.Manley

Service Manager A.Perry

Gidea Park Motors Ltd were based in Romford, Essex.

Gidea Park Motors remained a Jensen Motors distributor until 1972 at which time Grange Motors in Brentwood took over as Jensen distributors.

Outside of other Jensens, the Company sold three Jensen FF cars

 

GRANGE MOTORS LTD

Brentwood, Essex

Managing Director: C.F.Chambers

Service Manager: R.G.Flat

Grange Motors took over from Gidea Park Motors, and were Jensen distributors from at least 1972.

 

F.C.GREEN AUTOS LTD

Hertford, Hertfordshire

Jensen distributors from at least 1974

 

HUGHES OF BEACONSFIELD LTD

Managing Director Michael J.Hughes

Sales Director Derek.Owen

Service Manager Fred Greenwood

Michael Hughes founded the Station Road firm, Hughes Of Beconsfield, in 1955, and remained as Chairman of the Hughes group until the late 1990s.He died in September 2011 at the age of 81.

Hughes  remained a Jensen Motors distributor until at least 1974.

Outside of other Jensens, the Company sold six Jensen FF cars

 

JENSCOT LTD

Edinburgh, Scotland

Managing Director: Tom Sleigh

Tom Sleigh.

 

 

 

 

 

 

By 1974, Tom Sleigh opened a new Edinburgh-based Jensen distributors, Jenscot, and apparently left Rossleigh to be run by another family member. A second Jenscot was opened in Glasgow later in 1974. The Glasgow-based Jenscot was managed by Robert Todd.

 

Jenscot | Jensen Museum

The 1974 Scottish Motor Show with Jenscot ladies on stand, talking with racing car driver, Jackie Stewart.

Jenscot were Jensen distributors from at least 1974 until 1976.

 

JENSEN HOUSE (ST. ANNES) LTD

Jensen House | Jensen Museum

The showrooms of Jensen House, St.Annes, dating from approximately 1974.

Managing Director: Nigel E.J.Bradshaw

Service Manager: R.Eccles

Jensen distributors from at least 1972

 

 

 

 

 

 

NEVILLE JOHNSTON (GARAGES) LTD

Managing Director: J.N.Johnston

Service Manager: R.Gregg

By 1972 at least, Neville Johnston (Garages) Ltd were the distributors for Northern Ireland. They took over from Malcolm Templeton

 

LOXHAMS LTD OF PRESTON

Loxhams showrooms in Preston.

Loxhams showrooms in Preston.

This Preston-based company were no longer Jensen Motors distributors by the late 1960s / early 1970s

Outside of other Jensens, the Company sold two Jensen FF cars

 

 

 

 

 

MALAYA GARAGE (COWFOLD)

Cowfold, Sussex

Jensen distributors from at least 1974

 

MARTINS OF BILLINGHAM LTD

Billingham, County Durham

Managing Director: G.Allen

Service Manager: J.Marshall

Jensen distributors from at least 1973

 

MILLOCRAT MOTORS LTD 

General Manager R.Pope, later M.J.Woolston

Service Manager: R.Barrat

Milocrat Motors Ltd were based in Winton, Bournemouth. The company went into liquidation in  1975

Millocrat Motors remained a Jensen Motors distributor until the late 1960s, possibly early 1970s. They were no longer distributors for Jensen by 1972 / 73.

Outside of other Jensens, the Company sold three Jensen FF cars

 

PHILIP MIST (BIRMINGHAM)LTD

Managing Director Glen Guise-Mist

Founded by Philip Mist. An ‘old school’ family who had an excellent reputation within the motor trade.

Philip Mist remained a Jensen Motors distributor through to 1976.

Outside of other Jensens, the Company sold 12 Jensen FF cars

 

NEWBURY MOTORS LTD

General Manager George Newbury

Managing Director of Don Penny (originally from Philip Mist in Birmingham)

Sales Director Paul Newbury

Service Manager Duncan White

The Company were based in Halesowen. They were Jensen distributors from at least 1964. They were no longer Jensen distributors by 1974.

Outside of other Jensens, the Company sold19 Jensen FF cars

 

S.H.NEWSCOME & CO LTD 

S.H.Newscome & Co Ltd were motor agents based in Coventry.

Outside of other Jensens, the Company sold one Jensen FF car

Jensen distributors from at least 1972

 

NORMAND (BRADFORD) LTD

Jensen Motors distributor Normand Garage in the 1970s.

Normand Garage in the 1970s.

Managing Director Mr.Ingleby

The Bradford-based company, also had a headquarters in London. They were no longer Jensen Motors distributors by 1973, possibly earlier (?)

Outside of other Jensens, the Company sold 24 Jensen FF cars

 

 

 

NORTH LINKS GARAGE LTD  

North Links Garage were no longer Jensen Motors distributors by the late 1960s /  early 1970s

Outside of other Jensens, the Company sold one Jensen FF cars

 

NORTHWOOD MOTORS LTD      

Northwood Motors were no longer Jensen Motors distributors by the early 1970s

Outside of other Jensens, the Company sold one Jensen FF cars

 

NORWICH MOTOR CO LTD

Norwich, Norfolk

Directors: J.F & P.H. Olorenshaw

Service Manager: D.Abbott

Jensen distributors from at least 1972

 

PENNINE (BRADFORD) LTD

Harrogate, Yorks

General Manager: M.Armistead

Jensen distributors from at least 1973

 

ROSSLEIGH (EDINBURGH)LTD          

Managing Director Charles Sleigh

Director on the Jensen side of operations, Tom Sleigh, the son of Charles Sleigh

The company was founded in Glasgow in 1890 by Ross and Sleigh, and became a public company in 1898, at which time the two men changed the company name to The New Rossleigh Cycle & Motor Co. In 1907 the company name was changed again to Rossleigh Ltd. By 1914 the company stated they were ‘automobile engineers and agents, with specialities in garages, hiring, repairs. By 1961, the company had various sites in Scotland with 800 employees. During the 1960s, Rossleigh became Jensen distributors.

By the early 1970s, Tom Sleigh opened a new Edinburgh-based Jensen distributors, Jenscot, and apparently left Rossleigh to be run by another family member.  A second Jenscot was opened in Glasgow during 1974. The Glasgow-based Jenscot was managed by Robert Todd.

Although the firm, Rossleigh no longer had a distributorship by 1974. Jenscot took over as distributors, and remained so until 1976. Outside of other Jensens, the Company sold 15 Jensen FF cars

 

ROWLEY (BRADFORD) LTD

Bradford, Yorkshire

Managing Director: A.Rowley

General Manager: N.S.Jones

Jensen distributors from at least 1972

 

GUY SALMON (SURREY) LTD

Chairman G.F.Salmon

Managing Director Ian Page Radcliff

Service Manager (Teddington) P.Smith

John Boileau was in charge on the Jensen side of operations

Guy Salmon remained a Jensen Motors distributor until at least 1974. Outside of other Jensens, the Company sold ten Jensen FF cars

 

R.F.SEWARD LTD

Southampton, Hampshire

General Manager: M.Davis

Service Manager: N.Gale

Jensen distributors from at least 1973

 

SWIFT’S GARAGE (LONGTON) LTD

Longton, Stoke-on-Trent

Managing Director: A.J.Swift

Service Manager: L.Morrey

Jensen distributors from at least 1972

 

MALCOLM TEMPLETON (BELFAST)LTD  

Malcolm Templeton was the Managing Director of Malcolm Templeton Ltd, based in Belfast. In later life he became the President of the Classic Vehicle Club. He died in January 2002.

Malcolm Templeton were no longer Jensen Motors distributors by the late 1960s /  early 1970s. By 1972 at least, Neville Johnston (Garages) Ltd were the distributors for Northern Ireland. Outside of other Jensens, the Company sold one Jensen FF car

 

TORQUAY MOTORS

Scala garage, Torquay

General Manager: D.J.Ashford

Service Manager: N.Pollard

Jensen distributors from 1973

 

G.S.TWIGG LTD

Leagrave, Luton, Beds

Managing Director: G.S.Twigg

Service Manager: W.E.Blanchain

Jensen distributors from at least 1972

 

WEST MALLING MOTORS LTD

West Malling, Kent

Joint Managing Directors: Peter Chilton & J.G.Pelly

Service Manager: G.Beckett

Jensen distributors from at least 1972

 

WHITECROFT GARAGE LTD

Nailsworth, Gloucestershire

Sales Manager: J.R.Ebbon

Service Manager: R.White

Jensen distributors from at least 1972

 

CYRIL WILLIAMS MOTORS LTD 

Cyril Williams  were no longer Jensen Motors distributors by the late 1960s / early 1970s

Outside of other Jensens, the Company sold three Jensen FF cars

 

WILMSLOW GARAGE (CHESHIRE) LTD

Owner Peter Brewer

Sales Manager and then Managing Director Chris Kendall,

Service Manager David Hardy

Peter Brewer drastically overspent and Wilmslow Garage went into receivership during 1972. Jensen Motors, Aston Martin and Lancia were owed a significant amount of money.  Brewer arranged to come to Jensen Motors Ltd to outline the situation. He dropped in by helicopter, explained the situation and then left. The receiver was left to sort out who was paid.

Tony Marshall.

Tony Marshall took over as Managing Director in 1974, after Kendall’s death.

Chris Kendall, assumed the position of Managing Director under the new owners, Bankbridge Securities. Outside of his position as MD of Wilmslow Garage, Kendall was also Stockport Rugby Club’s representative for Cheshire County Rugby Union.

He was killed in the ill fated DC 10 rugby special returning from the England-France match of 1974, aged just 33. Kendall was replaced by Tony Marshall (former Sales Manager at Jensen Motors Ltd) during June 1974.

Marshall remained as MD at Wilmslow Garage until late 1975.

Outside of other Jensens, the Company sold 39 Jensen FF cars

Wilmslow Garage remained a Jensen Motors distributor through to 1976.

 

 

 

 

 

JENSEN MOTORS DISTRIBUTORS | EUROPE & SOUTHERN IRELAND

 

N.V.BEHERMAN-DEMOEN S.A. (BELGIUM)

Head Office in Antwerp, Sales & Service centres in Brussels & Gent.

 

CARWAYS LTD (MALTA)

Pieta, Malta

Jensen distributors from at least 1972.

 

CORVER S.A. (SPAIN)

Barcelona, Spain

Jensen distributors from at least 1972.

 

EVER READY GARAGE LTD  (IRELAND)

Dublin, Eire.

Directors: James Barton and Oswald Barton

Sales Director: Noel Wallace

Ever Ready Garage were no longer Jensen Motors distributors by 1974. Outside of other Jensens, the Company sold six Jensen FF cars

 

HALLMARK CARS (HENRY LINTON) LTD  (JERSEY)

St.Lawrence, Jersey

Managing Director: Henry Linton

Service Director: Richard Linton

Hallmark Cars (Henry Linton) Ltd were Jensen Motors distributors from the late 1960s (?) but were no longer distributors by 1974. Melbourne Garage Ltd had taken over as Jensen Distributors. They were based in St.John, Jersey. Outside of other Jensens, the Hallmark Cars sold six Jensen FF cars

 

GHS MOTORS GmbH (GERMANY)

gerd-schafer-1970

Gerd Schaeffer photographed in 1970.      

 

GHS Motors GmbH was based in Hamburg (Lokstedter Weg 11). The company was owned and run by Gerd Schaeffer. They held the Jensen dealership for Germany. Outside of other Jensen cars, the Company sold one Jensen FF.

GHS remained the Jensen Motors distributor for Germany until 1974, and possibly through to1976.

 

MONTEVERDI AUTOMOBILES SWITZERLAND

Peter Monteverdi had showrooms and workshops in Basle, and managed to acquire the Swiss distribution of Ferrari in 1959. By 1963, a disagreement between Monteverdi and Enzo Ferrari led to the end of that agency. Looking for other distribution   possibilities, Monteverdi gained Jensen in 1963.  However, sales were dismal, and when he became involved in producing his own car, he had no interest in carrying on his distribution of Jensens. Between 1965 and 1969 there was no agency for Jensen in Switzerland. Edgar Schynn would take over the distrubtion of Jensens in Switzerland during 1969.

 

PALMA, MORGADO & CA, LDA (PORTUGAL)

Lisbon, Portugal

Jensen distributors from at least 1973.

 

SOCIETE FRANCE MOTORS

Neuilly-sur-Seine, France

Owner: Monsieur G.Ladouch

Jensen distributors from at least 1967. J.P Richard S.A. possibly taking over as distributor in 1972.

 

J.P.RICHARD S.A. (FRANCE)

Paris, France.

Jensen distributors from at least 1972. They were no longer Jensen distributors by 1974.

 

EDGAR SCHWYN (SWITZERLAND)  

Jensen Motors distributor Edgar Schwyn.

Edgar Schwyn.

Edgar Schwyn had taken on the Jensen dealership in Switzerland after meeting with Tony Marshall and Carl Duerr at the March 1969 Geneva Motor Show. Before then Peter Monteverdi had held the Swiss Jensen distributorship from 1963, but sales had been dismal, and when he became involved in producing his own car, he had no interest in carrying on his distrubtion of Jensens.

Schynn’s company was based in Zurich. Schwyn also had an agent in Geneva, Frankie Zanoletti. As well as Jensen, Schynn also was the Swiss distrubtor for Lotus, and he also had various automobile accessory franchises, such as Abarth Accessories. Outside of other Jensens, the Company sold three Jensen FF cars

Schwyn remained the Jensen Motors distributor for Switzerland until 1976. He died in 2014.

 

 

N.V.SMELT (NETHERLANDS)

Amsterdam, Netherlands

Jensen distributors from at least 1972.

 

F.M.TARBUK & CO (AUSTRIA)

Vienna, Austria

This company were Jensen distributors from at least 1972.

 

JENSEN MOTORS DISTRIBUTORS | AFRICA

 

INTER-CONTINENTAL MOTORS PTY LTD

Johannesburg, South Africa

Jensen distributors from at least 1972

 

JENSEN MOTORS DISTRIBUTORS | MIDDLE EAST

 

GREECE & CYPRUS

MICHAIL A.KARAGEORGIS S.A.

Piraeus, Greece

Jensen distributors from at least 1972

 

LEBANON

INTERCREDIT S.A.L.

Beriut, Lebanon

Jensen distributors from at least 1972

 

JENSEN MOTORS DISTRIBUTORS | FAR EAST

 

HONG KONG

NATHALIA INVESTMENT CO

Clear water Bay Road

Jensen distributors from at least 1972. BY 1974, Nathalia Investment Co was designated as the importers, and THE HONG KONG GARAGE, as the distributor

 

JAPAN

CORNES & CO

Tokyo, Japan

Owner: Mike Knott (?)

Jensen distributors from at least 1972

 

JENSEN MOTORS DISTRIBUTORS | AUSTRALIA & NEW ZEALAND

 

JENSEN MOTORS LTD (NEW ZEALAND)

Auckland, New Zealand.

Jensen distributors from at least 1972

 

TAYLORSPEED WHOLESALE PTY LTD  (AUSTRALIA)

Taylorspeed Wholesale PTY LTD held the main Jensen dealership in Australia (from 1970 (?)). Taylorspeed both imported and distributed Jensen cars.

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Peter Taylor (light coloured suit), of Taylorspeed Wholesale Pty.Ltd, together with Richard Graves, Alfred Vickers and Tony Marshall, at the Jensen factory in September 1971. Taylor dropped into Jensen Motors to see around the factory and to discuss marketing in Australia.

Additionally there was various Australian State Distributors. Taylorspeed was owned by Peter Taylor, and later his brother.  Outside of other Jensens, the Company sold one Jensen FF car.

Taylorspeed remained the Jensen Motors distributor for Australia until 1974, when Jensen Motors had to force them into liquidation due to none payment of cars they had sold.

 

JENSEN MOTORS DISTRIBUTORS | AMERICA & CANADA

 

CLASSIC & THOROUGHBRED MOTORS LTD (CANADA)

North Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada

Jensen distributors from at least 1973

 

JENSEN MOTORS INC (USA)

San Francisco, California

Kjell Qvale | Jensen Museum

Jensen Motors Inc showrooms on Van Ness Avenue, San Francisco. The building was the headquarters of Kjell Qvale.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

JENSEN / HEALEY MOTORS EASTERN DISTRIBUTORS INC (USA)

Philadelphia, USA.

Jensen distributors from at least 1972 and finished by 1974. JENSEN MOTORS INC (EAST), based in Baltimore had taken over.

 

S.C.U.DISTRIBUTORS LTD (CANADA)

Ontario, Canada

Jensen distributors from at least 1972

 

 

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