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Jensen GT For Sale

When you feel your years of Jensen GT 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 GT

Jensen GT chassis number 30045 (45th GT made)

Disposal from the Jensen Museum Collection


The Jensen GT was Jensen’s answer to the ongoing fuel crisis of the time – creating a high quality & economical mid-range sports GT for the younger businessman. During the short production period from September 1975 to May 1976, a total of just 511 Jensen GTs were made, of which only 218 were right-hand drive.

This particular Jensen GT is one of the desirable so-called Sub-50 Cars. The first fifty GTs having a distinctive front bonnet apron with stainless steel finisher. The car was sold from the factory in right-hand-drive form, and was one of the few equipped with a full length Webasto sunroof.

The Jensen Owners’ Club Jensen-Healey & GT Registrar, David Booth, restored this car in the earlier 2000s, and the car was acquired directly from Booth for the Jensen Museum in 2017. Although the Museum already owned the pre-production prototype GT, another example was wanted with the idea of having the car prepared to a high standard to be used as an everyday motoring experience.

As at 2022, Jensen GT chassis number 30045, remains in beautiful condition, with everything working, and ready to be enjoyed on the road.

Fern Green with tan / beige trim | Black vinyl roof with full Webasto | Tinted glass | Burr walnut wood trim | original 1975 high spec FM / AM Pioneer ‘8’ track / Radio | Standard Lotus 4-cylinder engine | Standard Getrag 5 Speed gearbox.


The Museum has two features devoted to this car