Chassis No: 115/2675

Engine No. E625/15B

Built : Nov 1967

Original Registration: AIJ 2727

Original Colour:    Mist Grey

                                   Red Interior


Original Equipment: non listed

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Current Colour: Silver

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

Current Registration: AIJ 2727

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

Mileage Record:

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Current Owner since:

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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 Henry G

CURRENT HISTORY Page  - for 115/2675

JOC Membership  Number    ****

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Current Owners Comments (as at Oct 2017)

Bought new in 1967 by my Grandfather Henry Gilmore after visiting stand at London Motor Show, he just loved the shape of rear window!! After he died in 1975 it was parked up until early 1980’s, was sent back to “Jensen” to get some work done which was a disaster , was brought back & parked up again until mid 90’s when my dad had her totally restored and he used her on and off for a few years, parked up again in 2001 until 2015 when I decided to get her back on the road. Now I hope we can keep her in good shape for years to come !!! 

Current Owners Comments (as at Oct 2016)

Comments taken from Facebook - The gentleman's express page

Our 1967 Mk1, been in the family since new , restored in 1996...

N.Ireland My dad said they paid about £6k-£7K to get her fixed up......there were welding rods used to help form the arches along with zinc gauze and then body filler slapped on in bucket loads....when we stripped her back 10 years later it all became apparent !!! They put a red pin stripe up the side as well !!!! That had not been on car before along with wrong colour of paint , my dad had to go and pick her up personally because he thought they were never going to finish !! Maybe they just took too much on at that time ... anyway , she's good now, I'll dig out some resto photos and post, this resto is now 20 years old and only a few tiny bubbles have appeared over that time, she turns lots of heads and some people don't know what kind of car it is !!!!!!

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