Chassis No: 115/2564

Engine No. E607/15B

Built : 14 July 1967

Original Registration: XLG305E

Original Colour:    Mist grey

    Black Interior

   

Original Equipment:

  1. *Electric Aerial

  2. *Fiamm horns

  3. *Quartz Iodine Headlamps

  4. *Quartz Iodine Fog and Spot lights

  5. *Tow bar


Current Colour: ***********

Current Engine No: E**********

Current Registration: *********

Current Mileage: ***********


Mileage Record:

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Current Owner since:

**********    -   to date.


Previous Owners:

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Club Area:


Past work.

2005 - 2006.


2006 - 2007.


2007 - 2008.


2008 - 2009.


2009 - 2010.




Future Projects:

Known on the Forum as William G

CURRENT sales Page  - for 115/2564

JOC Membership  Number    ****

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Comments (as at Jun 2019)

for sale on eBay


https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/JENSEN-INTERCEPTOR-SERIES-1-BARN-FIND/143285388590?hash=item215c79852e:g:3AUAAOSwqYJc-ixH


Hi, here I have for sale a series 1 Jensen Interceptor barn find. I have been told that this is one of the earliest cars known to survive, has not seen the light of day for possibly 30 years+. The car is still on cross ply tyres, the car currently looks yellow, but I have been told that the original colour is metallic peach. It sits on its original rostyle alloys, interior looks good and complete. Mileage is 75,000 miles believed to be genuine but I have no paper work to back this up. Very rare louvred bonnet. Have not tried to start the engine but was told it ran very well before it was parked up.The car is quite solid, but this car must be taken on as a full restoration project. These series 1 Jensens are a very rare car with barn find projects like this never coming up for sale. Bare in mind fully restored these cars are starting to command between £100-150k. Grab a super rare bargain. No V5 present, needs to be applied for. Priced to sell. Please message all enquires.


Comments (as at Jul 2014)


Noted on the JOC forum and photos supplied by Richard Claver who last heard of it on eBay 2010, a couple of years before I started this website. His notes in the Chassis Data Book indicate that it went to NZ in 1991.



I have listed it as a potential survivor as it seems to be recent and in fair condition.



Photo below taken from a Stoo Chat Oct 2014


Brompton Place, Harrods Park, UK early 1970's. Interceptor pictured is Mk1 #115/2564. The car still exists today.

 

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