Inception: Driving a prototype Jensen Interceptor
“You like Jensen Interceptors,” said Classic Automobiles Worldwide Ltd’s Anthony Bentley. “Well, we’ve got the very first one in our showroom, so why not come down and have a look at it?” We spent a morning in the company of the original motor show and press car, built by Vignale in Italy.
Never Seen One: 1976 Jensen Interceptor Coupe
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1973 Jensen Interceptor - MK III Coupe
Jensen Interceptors are the big British muscle cars, with great status, you know when they are arriving. The Jensen market has turned and a lot of really good cars make the Interceptor a great car to own. This is a good car, with good history. For more details, history and photographs, please visit our website:
162 Jensen Interceptor II (1970)
Jensen Interceptor II (1969-71) Engine 6276cc V8 OHV Registration Number VRL 563 H (Truro) Production 693 JENSEN SET www.flickr.com/photos/45676495@N05/sets/72157624203748256... Jensen's were built at Carters Green, West Bromwich, the Interceptor saw a return to a steel body-shell instead of glass-reinforced plastic and by having the body designed by an outside firm, Carrozzeria Touring of Italy, rather than the in-house staff. The early bodies were Italian-built, by Vignale, before…
No Reserve: 1973 Jensen Interceptor
This 1973 Jensen Interceptor was acquired by the seller's grandfather in 1986. The seller purchased a basket case Interceptor in 2014, which he parted out to fund a recommissioning of this car. It now shows 32,409 miles and is equipped with a 440ci V8, which is mated to a 727 Torqueflite automatic and has been fitted with a Holley carburetor.