Jensen heritage for the next generation

Jensen Interceptor Mk.II Ex-Rosso Bianco car

Chassis number: 123/4040

 

For sale at £18,000

 

Viewing of car: Mannheim, Germany.

 

Description: The car in red paint with black leather trim. The car remains generally with its original metalwork, and has never had any major welding work or restoration undertaken. There is some bubbling in a couple of places now. One door, along with one wing showing some slight corrosion.  The original engine was removed by the previous ownership, and a fully rebuilt 350 CID fitted in place. The new engine has completed less than 2000 miles. Mechanically the car has always been well maintained, and regularly serviced. The interior is original. Since 1983 the car has been kept in perfect dry storage conditions. The original 383 engine from this car has been also kept in dry storage, and will be sold together with the car.

 

History: The Jensen Interceptor MK.II was imported to Germany in 1983 by museum curator, Director Frenzel, of the Rosso Bianco Museum (located in Aschaffenburg, Germany). The car was maintained as a part of the museum collection, and used for presentations. The present owner acquired the Jensen Interceptor in 2010, when the car joined his car collection in Mannheim.

 

Further information relating to the Rosso Bianco Museum: http://www.hazelnet.org/rosso%20bianco/index.htm

 

Status: Presented for sale on behalf of the owner.

 

Contact information: Via  sales@jensenmuseum.org or telephone on: +49-17682577653