1975 Jensen Interceptor Convertible Stunning Blue plate CA car documented to new

Price: US $69,995.00 Item location: Mesa, Arizona, United States
  • Condition: Used
  • Make: Other Makes
  • SubModel: Jensen
  • Type: Convertible
  • Year: 1975
  • Mileage: 92850
  • VIN: 23119924
  • Color: Brown
  • Number of cylinders: 8
  • Power options: Power Windows
  • Fuel: Gasoline
  • Transmission: Automatic
  • Interior color: Tan
  • Options: Convertible
  • Vehicle Title: Clear
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1975 Other Makes Jensen

The first prototype of the Jensen Interceptor was unveiled at the Earls Court Motor Show in 1965 with a beautiful Italian body by Carrozzeria Touring of Italy. The new GT was code named P66 which later became “Interceptor”. The car new carried a Chrysler running gear and was not only gorgeous to look at but also powerful and luxurious. In 1971 Jensen offered the 440ci V8 engine for the Interceptor which gave an already powerful GT car more grunt under the hood. The Interceptor soldiered on as the head model for the Jensen brand and in 1974, he Interceptor Convertible was unveiled on at the Geneva Motor show on March 22, 974. The Convertible variant was an alternative to the Rolls Royce Corniche. The Interceptor production came to an end in May of 1976 with a total of 509 Convertibles produced.

European Motor Studio is proud to offer this stunning and very rare Blue Plate 1975 Jensen Interceptor III Convertible is finished in a beautiful shade of Brown with a brand new dark tan leather interior and light sandstone Wilton carpets. This Interceptor III left the West Bromwich factory in July 1974 and was invoiced to a Southern California dealership where the car sold new to its first owner in 1974. This Interceptor stayed in the hands of its first owner until sometime in 1979/1980 where it sold to its second owner. Thar car continued to live in Southern California with its second owner until 1991/1992 when the car sold to its 3rd owner continuing to reside in Beverly Hill area. The fourth and final owner purchased the car sometime in 2002/2003 and has had the car since covering a documented 92,860 miles. The car is fully documented with an excellent file or receipts and records of maintenance and history. The car has been exceptionally well cared for its entire life as evident from the condition of the car and the meticulous records that have been kept on the car. The car wears an older paint job that shows very well for its age. There are very few flaws in the paint and it still retains a beautiful deep shine and luster. All of the trim and chrome show very well for its age showing minimal wear or damage. The interior is brand new. The leather is a high quality European leather and Wilton wool carpet. The convertible top is the original top and shows well for its age (small tear in the passenger side behind the rear quarter window and some small fraying in the upper portion of the top). The engine starts right up and runs smoothly and does not smoke under start up or acceleration. The carb has been rebuilt as well as the starter and alternator and quite a bit of the wiring has been sorted and or replaced. The engine is very smooth and powerful having benefitted from a fresh service and tune up. The transmission is smooth and shifts through all of the gears smoothly. The brakes feel good and solid and show no signs of fade. The steering and suspension are smooth and tight and the front shocks and springs, all joints and tie rods have just been replaced including brand new tires. All of the electronics are functioning as designed including all of the exterior and interior lights and the convertible top opens and closes as it should including all four windows. This is an outstanding example of a very rare British luxury convertible from a rare and unique manufacturer. This Jensen Interceptor Convertible comes with an excellent file of history and receipts including its original owner’s handbook, ool roll, ack, pare, nd dealer brochure.