Chassis No: 115/2865

Engine No. E970/15c

Built : 22 May 1968

Original Registration: EAR 18F

Original Colour:    Crystal Blue

                        Interior -    Black

Original Equipment:

  1. *Power Assisted Steering

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

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

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

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.

2015 - 2016.

2016 - 2017.

2017 - 2018.

2018 - 2019.

2019 - 2020.

Future Projects:

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CURRENT Sales Page  - for 115/2865

JOC Membership  Number    ****

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Current Owners Comments (as at Oct 2019)

115/2865 is currently had a full bare body rebuild , now in eppi , about to receive drive chain , brake and suspension up grades, back to original color .........crystal blue.............. along with 115- 2868 stratosphere blue ...silver roof ..383 stroked

Current Owners Comments (as at Dec 2018)

Now owned by a serial collector in Australia

I have… 115-2865  …..115-2868  ……115-3448 all  currently being restored , also I own 115- 2496 Vignale  according to your history page No2 prototype and test vehicle, I am most interested to know any history , especially on 2496 , Jason at REJEN  seems to feel I should offer it to UK market as barn find and not restore it??  It is drivable and has  minor rust RHS outer sill and driver floor , I would like to restore at a later time. Is that a mistake ?  what would you value this vehicle for , also I’m seeking M1 boot or hatch Release button  any ideas who may have one… have tried Rejen   cheers Craig   

Note from Richard Calver on the Forum Jan 2018

Just to be clear, there are three cars connected in this confusion.

2865, the Queensland car, was first registered in Australia in Victoria in 1974 as IKJ 400. As you can see, it has since fallen on hard times and is now a major project for someone brave and cashed up.

2685 is in the USA. I have it down as having been sold into Las Vegas in 1996. It had the plate BB-JP-722 associated with it prior to that time, so I assume it came out of Europe. As can be seen, it is also a major restoration project.

2865 (v2) was advertised in the UK in 2016 as a Quartz car plated as WGU 656F. Like the others above, it had a Black interior. It was basically all together and presentable, asking £8250 as a restoration job with some parts missing. The DVLA shows it as a green car (which is more or less how Quartz would show up) on the road in June 1968 (which is correct for 2865).

When it comes to two cars which purport to have the same serial number, I would look for an explanation based on fact, and in so doing would TNC.

I had caused confusion but linking 2856 and 2685


Sales Comments (as at Jan 2018)

Jensen Interceptor - Major Project or Parts Car

$4,000 Negotiable

Withcott QLD 4352

  1. 1Seller's description

  2. 2Specifications

  3. 3Standard features

Sorry won't allow me to select pre 1970. For sale is a Mk 1 Jensen Interceptor incomplete project or excellent source of parts if you are going one up. Car is a rolling chassis, no engine or gearbox, it would originally have had a C series Chrysler 383 and Torqueflyte, but I do have the 383 engine block from an Interceptor about 15 cars after this one available separately. Originally Crystal Blue/Black, UK Delivered.

My intention was to put a complete drivetrain from a late model SS Commodore into the car as was done for Fast and Furious, but have never done it and have run out of space. I had previously advertised it for sale and it was bought but the buyer has let me down again and again - please only call if you are genuine, and it will remain up for sale until it has been fully paid for.

It is a Jensen, it is English, it is rusty - but not as bad as many I have seen (I have owned 5 over 30 years). So what is there:

Body, with all chassis plates - front crossmember, engine bay, and 2 x centre console.

Front Seats.

Dash with most instruments

4 doors

Door Trims, headlining, parcel shelf, boot cover


Dana 44 LSD

4 x Rostyles

Back Window

Centre Console


Steering Column

What is definately not there:





Bumpers (there is a set of not great Mk 2 Interceptor bumpers instead)

Rear Seat


Quarter Windows

Tail Lights

Steering Wheel

25 years ago when this was taken off the road it was not economically restorable, but it would be now as most parts are available. As I noted, I was going to do a 'Fast and Furious 6' clone which didn't need a grill, bumpers, Chrysler drivetrain or back seat.

Anyway it is what it is - a bit of fun, a source of parts for your Kingpin Mk 1, or whatever - but it isn't complete, nor is it an easy job.

Will need to be picked up with a trailer/flatbed, preferable with lots of room for the back window and everything to travel separately.

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