Chassis No: 115/3495

Engine No. E1731/15E

Built : 13 Aug 1969

Original Registration:ALP 11H

Original Colour:   Stratosphere Blue

            Beige Interior

Original Equipment:

  1. 1sundym glass

  2. 2Dunlop SP Sports radial Tyres

Current Colour: Blue

Current Engine No: E**********

Current Registration: ALP 11 H

Current Mileage: 78000

Mileage Record:

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Current Owner since:

10/11/2016    -   to date.

Previous Owners:

from     to      name

1975   - 2016   Keith Moore - (Father)

2016   -  to date  Steve Moore (Son)  

Club Area

Past work.

2005 - 2006.

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2006 - 2007.

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2007 - 2008.

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2008 - 2009.

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2009 - 2010.

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2011 - 2012

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Future Projects:

Known on the Forum as Steve M

CURRENT HISTORY Page  - for 115/3495 ALP 11H

JOC Membership  Number    10582

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Current Owners Comments (as at May 2019)

Hi Steve

Further progress photos as promised

Approx 80% complete on bodywork repairs.

Still finding the odd surprise …. Offside door for instance..

Slow and steady wins the race..

Take care

Steve M

Current Owners Comments (as at Mar 2019)

Hi Steve

Attached some more photos (ADDED TO ALBUM)

Car starting to reveal some hidden treasures of previous body repairs. 

Great repair completed on heater box and filler nozzle.

Still positive


Current Owners Comments (as at Feb 2019)

Restoration just started on Interceptor MK1 115/3495. Been in family since mid 70s. Come of the road in early 90s and remained in dads garage until last year. All original.

Managed to fire it up briefly last year. Unfortunately newly purchased car cover neatly folded behind car exhaust become early casualty as car coughed and spluttered to life.

I believe it could be the car in photos celebrating the production of the 1000th car

Chris R added to the story saying According to the Richard Calver’s Chassis Data Book, 115/3495 is indeed the 1,000th Interceptor and was the one handed over to Pat Follett as your pictures show. Nice to have a special car.

I asked for an update and Steve replied

Photos made it look better than it was.

Not drastic restoration.

But some localised rust and also some hidden bits.

Leaf springs flat


Same inside … nothing serious .

Engine same … but did notice anything rubber needed replacing . + switch to unleaded

Also steering and brakes

Just thought by time I addressed items individually I would have the car in bits anyway.

In for a penny in for a £££££££££££££££££££££££££££££££


Current Owners Comments (as at Nov 2016)

Just collected from Fathers garage were it has been stored since 1992.

Before this rarely used since mid 70's.

In very good totally original condition.

No visible rust.

Steve M

            Blue (for sale)                         Green (on the road).                     Yellow (under restoration)                         Black (scrap )