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1970 Jensen Interceptor II

Oldtimer Galerie International GmbH

1970 Jensen Interceptor II
Oldtimer Galerie International GmbH
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SH ID

24-0122016

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In Stock

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Switzerland

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Body Color blue

 

Color inside brown

 

Steering left

 

Gearbox automatic

 

Cylinders 8

 

Displacement 6286cm3

 

HP 330


Description

As one of only 1’128 examples of the series built, this Jensen, with the Chassis Nr. 125 5195 was built towards the end of the 1970ies and delivered to Switzerland. The Interceptor was sold by Edgar Schwyn and was first registered in the Canton Ticino in January 1971. The first owner had the lovely coupé repainted from its original reef blue to the actual marine blue. At around 1974/5 the Jensen was sold to its second owner who kept the car until 2007. In the September of that year the Brit in Italian clothing arrived with its third and so far last owner. He drove the car over the last ten years for around 28’500 kilometres and the 68’500 kilometres shown would indicate a total mileage of 168’500 kilometres. In the last years a stainless-steel exhaust system was installed, the camshaft and all hydraulic valve lifters were replaced, the air conditioning system received a new compressor and was converted to R134, the steering box was overhauled, a new carburettor was installed and the brake servo as well as the brake master cylinder were overhauled as well. All receipts for maintenance and revision work since 2007 are available. The Interceptor is in technically good to very good condition as is the coachwork which, together with the original interior show age correct signs of use. The last Veteran MOT was completed in May 2020.