Jensen heritage for the next generation

THE JENSEN FF – 320 SHORT STORIES VOLUME 2

Sub Title: “A HAND MADE BOOK ABOUT A HAND MADE CAR”

 

Author: Ulric Woodhams

 

Foreword: Lord Strathcarron, President of the Jensen Owners’ Club (†)

 

Chassis number content: Volume 2 includes Jensen FF MK.I cars from 119/100 through to 119/195

 

Description: The three volumes, which make up THE JENSEN FF – 320 SHORT STORIES are the product of over 15 years research. The fine leather bound volumes detail the spirit of a vibrant era, and the distinctive qualities, which made the Jensen FF aspirational and unique. Supported by a wealth of photographs and engaging copy, the appeal of the 320 SHORT STORIES – one story for each car, extends far beyond that of the classic car enthusiast.

 

Highlights: Below are just a few highlighted stories of Jensen FF owners,

 

Thomas Silk, Midlands-based industrialist, and director of West Bromwich Albion FC

Albert Rochach, World War II RAF veteran, owner of a mining company

Charles Marsh, the man who invented machines for mass manufacturing

Jon Bonham, rock legend from Led Zeppelin

Ian Hill, rock icon from Judas Priest

David Hamilton, celebrated 1960s photographer

Tony Jacklin, Golfing legend

Mitch Mitchell, rock legend from The Jimi Hendrix Experience

 

 

Binding: Each volume includes approximately 550 pages, printed on fine art paper, with period, black & white, and colour photographs to complement the text. Representing the pinnacle of the bookbinders’ art, the royal blue, hand tooled leather bindings, are blocked with the Master Binder’s name as an endorsement of quality. A silk marker ribbon completes the book, which may be ordered with an issue number to correspond with a chosen Jensen FF chassis. the book is stored in its own archival quality slipcase.

 

Edition: Strictly limited edition of 320 copies per volume. Limited edition books are often later re-printed for the mass market. To protect the investment made in the 320 SHORT STORIES, a mass market edition will never be published.

 

ISBN 13: 978-1-905142-00-2

 

ISBN 10: 1-905142-00-5

 

Weight: 4 Kg

 

Ordering: shop@jensenmuseum.org or telephone: +1694-781354