Chassis No: 115/2623

Engine No. E997/15C

Built : 14 jun 1968

Original Registration: PNL 123G

Original Colour:    Crystal Blue

                    interior Blue

   

Original Equipment:

  1. *Power Assisted Steering

  2. ********


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 **** *****

CURRENT HISTORY Page  - for 115/2623   ROP916G

JOC Membership  Number    ****

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Current EBay Comments (as at Feb 2020)


Very rare MK1 Interceptor for full restoration. This car is fitted with Dunlop disc  brakes, kingpin front suspension similar to the CV8 model, externally there are no vents in the rear C pillar and the front quarter lights are opening rather than fixed as in the later models. The Chassis no. is 115 2623,(see photos of chassis plate and V5) This car has been in our possession for more than 10 years but time and space restrictions mean it must now be sold. As can be seen a current V5 registration certificate in our name is present with the car.

The bodyshell will require extensive restoration, usual Jensen areas, sills, floor, lower valances, wing edges etc although all panels required are available from specialists. The bonnet is a very good example and the inner wings seem to be in quite good repair. The interior is about 90% complete, although will need re-trimming and most of the chrome and brightwork is present (some of the chrome  has been re-chromed in recent years).The hard to find rear screen is present as are the front and rear quarter glasses, but the front screen is missing. 

There is a complete Chrysler 383 engine (which turns freely) and another, mostly complete, engine for parts is included in the sale. The car sits on period "Wolf-race" wheels which are an unusual accessory but suit the car well.

It is currently painted dark red but the original light metallic blue is visible in several places.

Interceptors are now achieving some very good prices which makes this a worthwhile project to undertake, particularly as it a rare early model with features which where changed for later production.

More photographs are available and if you wish to see any particular item please ask. A this is a restoration project we strongly recommend viewing before purchase, by appointment please.

You will need to arrange transportation but we will be happy to help with loading .

Please note that there is no reserve, so you are bidding to buy this car.




Current Owners Comments (as at Jul 2011)


Advised that this one was still around.


Hi Steve


I can't help anymore with the Chassis number, but it was listed on the forum 'Mk1 For Sale' back in June 2008. I was vaguely interested in it at the time, particularly as it was fairly close to me in South East London and printed off the thread. Keiron posted on Sat June 14th 2008 that originally it was crystal blue with blue leather, with PAS and left the factory June 68 on a G plate, but that it's now not on the original plate


That's all I've got I'm afraid!


Stephen


The car you have on your list as an unidentified chassis number (ROP 916G) is number 115/2623. I contacted the chap who had it for sale at the time the pics were on line who let me know the number. I also talked to the chap who, I seem to recall, was pretty knowledgeable on Bristols but not heavily into Jensens. I didn't go ahead for various reasons but the car didn't seem beyond the realms of a reasonable restoration and I was quite interested at the time.


The car was originally blue wth a blue interior.


I have additional pictures somewhere which include interior shots which show the blue interior colour where the black re-colour had missed leaving the original blue. Will forward them whe I can dig them out.


I would love to think that this car was being restored somewhere as it seemed that there was potentially a very nice car hiding under there.


Cheers,


JonathanL.

  

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

 
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