Chassis No: 115/****

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

Built : 19**

Original Registration:

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Original Equipment:

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

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Current Owner since:

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Previous Owners:

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Past work.

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CURRENT HISTORY Page  - for 117/2614

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Comments  from Christian and Dion (as at Oct 2012)


117/2614

Dion: Car was VERY rusty, taken all apart and incomplete. No bumpers.

Calver: 117/2614 is one of the 32 motorized chassis sent to SINCAR. It was sent out on 2 August 1967 and was in fact the second last chassis so constructed, the last one being 2615. Since it was sent out unfinished, Jensen Motors had very little further information on it. It was apparently painted Metallic Gold in Italy but the trim colour was not listed (thanks for telling me it was Black). SINCAR finished it and sent it on to their agents in Brussels. However, Europe being the way it is, a car could have been sold by the agents in any country. The body is not Italian made (the English built it) but certainly all the interior and trim work was done by the Italians. So if you compare this car with 2622, you will probably see a lot of differences although both of them have leather trim, which is interesting. At that time, leather was not standard on the English-made cars. It was an option on 2622 but standard on 2614 as the Italians did their cars in leather, unlike the Jensen factory in England.

 
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