Welcome to this website that is attempting to record all 
Mk 1s Jensen Interceptors that survive.
 


We now have probably found 386 of the 1024 cars produced, 4 of which the chassis number is unknown.

That gives a possible  37.70% survival rate.

Also recorded are 37 that are shown as Scrapped. These are not included in the above survival rate calculation.


The data and Graphs are now on a separate page I have also added the cars I am actively looking for to purify the list. ie those I don't know exactly where they are and the Bottom 25 that, although listed, I have had no confirmation if they really survive


NUMBERS and LOCATIONS


I have also added a page for FaceBook links


FACEBOOK JENSEN PAGES





Oct 2020




Car for Sale - Car undergoing complete restoration and will be for sale soon. Photos added to Album and contact details on main page



For Sale  - Car for sale in UK on eBay link on page



UTUBE Video- -  of the chap who drove Eric Morecambe to hospital



NEW SURVIVOR - For Sale  - Car for sale in UK on eBay link on page



For Sale  - Car for sale in UK on eBay link on page



New Photos- car confirmed still on the road and photoshoot photos added to the Album



For Sale  - Car about to be offered for sale in Australia No2 Link to sale and Price on page



Unknown Car identified  - a year after being seen on FaceBook owner contact. Story added to main page waiting more photos



New photos- -  a couple of new photos added in the Photo Album 


Nov 2020



NEW SURVIVOR - For Sale  - Car for sale in UK on eBay link on page



New Owner -  Car now has a new owner in the Birmingham area 



SCRAPPED-  New Owner of 115/3481 has the chassis plate that was sold with the engine gearbox from from 115/3311





Dec 2020




New Photos - Photos added to Album



New Survivor  - Car seen on Facebook in USA - North Carolina























As some of you might know I am trying to confirm numbers and condition.


I have amended my spreadsheet to record whether a car is; 


‘On the Road’  ‘Under Restoration‘ ‘For Sale’ or ‘Scrap‘  


Would owners please email me with the chassis number in the subject line and condition in the body.








Should you have, or know of, a Jensen Interceptor Mk 1 please forward details for inclusion; either using the email button below, or the EMAIL DATA FORM page in the header as this will make my task easier. If you cannot see how to do that email me and I will send you an email for you to fill in.

The main page of this website is the list on MK1s ON THE LIST and is an amalgamation of lists supplied to me from all over the world. When I started this quest it was often said that there were just 100 MK1s of the 1024 that were produced left. Another page added that I thought might be of interest is the HISTORY, which was written by ‘Wallace’ and which I have ‘borrowed’ from the Jensen Owners Club Site. I have also added links to the Jensen Owners’ Club and their Forum as well as other sites I have come across on a new page entitled WEB LINKS.

I am using Chassis number as the preferred reference. Each individual car has their own page which is, in turn, is linked, if I have photos, to an  individual album by the top right Photo; as in my car 115/3492. Do not get too worried about the number of Photos, this is just about all of my photos and is to show what can be done not what should be done. [photographically not car wise!] I am hoping that we will end up with a few photos of each car and possibly with a little explanation of what each owner has done and why. Over time, as cars are bought and sold, we should be able to record the sales data on the car and build up a history of what has happened and why.


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



The sales history gives the previous advert and will be kept for future reference.  Some of the cars include the original sales invoice which is interesting if only for the price of Petrol. (115/2901 and 115/3301)









 
http://www.joc.org.uk
If you have any knowledge of the history of any of the cars on the list please let me know and I will pass it onto the current owner.