Item description: Jensen FF Maxaret unit complete with rarely found end switch. New Old Stock.

Condition report: New Old Stock. Storage age only.

Special notes: Of extreme rarity. Not generally available on the market place. See the Museum feature, to learn more about the Jensen FF Maxaret control system.

General notes: Dunlop Maxaret was the first anti-lock braking system (ABS) to be widely used. Introduced in the early 1950s, the Dunlop Maxaret was rapidly taken up in the aviation world, since testing found a 30% reduction in stopping distances, and the elimination of tyre bursts or flat spots due to skids. Harry Ferguson Research had worked with Dunlop on the Maxaret project, with the idea of the system being integrated into their pioneering four-wheel-drive package. In 1965, the world’s first four-wheel-drive car with Maxaret anti-lock braking was unveiled, the Jensen CV8 FF.

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