Chassis No: 117/2616

Engine No. E************

Built : 19**

Original Registration:

Original Colour:    *********

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Original Equipment:

  1. ********

  2. ********


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

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

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

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


Mileage Record:

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*****    -   *****    ************

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Current Owner since:

**********    -   to date.


Previous Owners:

****    -  *****  *************** 

****    -  *****  *************** 



Club Area:


Past work.

2005 - 2006.


2006 - 2007.


2007 - 2008.


2008 - 2009.


2009 - 2010.




Future Projects:

Current Owners Comments (as at Sept 2010)

Of the Mk1 series, this was the only Interceptor exported to Monaco.  After a couple of months of its original purchase, it was sold to a gentleman employed by a secret service/security type unit of the US Government. This vehicle traveled extensively to places such as Ireland, England, Spain, Greece, Turkey, Switzerland, Saudi Arabia, Iran, Iraq & many places in between. It was even transported on an aircraft carrier in the Mediterranean. It came to the United States around 1971 and continued its travels throughout this country. I purchased the car in 1992 and it lost about 300 lbs. of rust on its way to me via transport. We have painstakingly kept the original Italian ambiance of the late ‘60s and modernized & customized for reliability and a few creature comforts. 


Stock 383 Chrysler Engine (found sealed in a crate)

Stock Chrysler Torque-Flight 727 Auto, High-Stall Torque Converter

Custom sized Domed Top Ross Racing Pistons

Edelbrock Aluminum Closed Heads, Roller Cam-Red Line is 8K

Custom Accel Generation 7 Multi-port Sequential Fuel Injection

Full throttle produces 370 hp with 400+ ft. lbs. to the rear wheels

Late Mk3 custom built nose extension

Custom Bulk Head/Firewall

Mk3 Power Steering, Radiator, Fan Shroud, Billet Pulleys

Electric Rear Quarter Lights

Stock 307 Rear End-Salisbury

Customized GM Painless Harness

GM Tilt Steering Column

Custom GM variable Wash/Wipe System

Custom GM 105 amp Alternator

Custom Blue LED dash lights in the original British gauges

Custom Sound System

Custom Vintage Air A/C system under the dash

Custom Hidden Electric Aerial

Custom Electric Spare Tire Carrier



Custom 16” Wire Wheels

Leather Dash, Custom Cup holder-Lexus

Mk3 Front Suspension & Calipers w/Ford Master Cylinder

Stainless Fuel Tank

Custom Stainless Exhaust

Etc, Etc, Etc…


It took five years of spare time to rebuild this Interceptor. It has been on the road since 2002 with 44,000+ miles now on its restoration. I drive it as often as time allows. I have driven it into Western Canada to Los Angeles and back; East to Utah and across the USA (New York into Eastern Canada to Seattle) and in Europe as well.  It has won all the Jensen Nationals Best of Show it has entered: West Coast 2002, East Coast 2003, West Coast 2010, 1st in England’s Jensen International Concours Show in 2004 and always first in class in various local shows. 


http://www.Interceptor.org/videos/run2.wmv


Merlin in action.

Known on the Forum as Doug Meyer (K&D)

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