Chassis No: 117/2705

Engine No. E757/17B

Built : 10 jan 1968

Original Registration: not known export to Belgium

Original Colour:    California Sage

                            Black Interior


Original Equipment:

  1. *Power Assisted Steering

  2. *Electric Aerial

  3. *Hide Trim to Seats

  4. *Quartz Iodine Headlights

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

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

Current Registration: 67 MK 1

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

Mileage Record:

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Current Owner since:

**********    -   to date.

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 **** *****

Sales HISTORY 1 Page  - for 117/2705

JOC Membership  Number    ****

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Advert (as at Aug 2012)

1967 Jensen MK1 - the car is now black...


Located in the USA...

(( This is Not the Merlin car ))

This 67 MK1 that I am in the process of refreshing since it has been sitting for the last 6 years.

- It is one of only 3 left hand drive MK1's

in the US and has won more awards than any Jensen in the US.

a Non A/C car...

It has been driven all over the USA and never had any problems...

Has Over 200,000 miles.


- Within the Pacific Northwest, in about 1980, an Interceptor Mk1 was marked & scheduled for scrap. How could we have known that by purchasing this Interceptor, we were in for an incredible ride.

Due to its condition, its restoration became major reconstruction and our pursuit for parts & information began through the typical channels of clubs & parts suppliers. With the Jensen factory & available parts in decline

- & many encounters of internal dissension from some organizations, this only increased our enthusiasm & perseverance.

- With only this forsaken Mk1 & sheer tenacity, we embarked on a journey that would change our lives & the lives of others.

Contacts made whether within the States or abroad were either unwilling or unable to yield the information we sought. We inquired about new wings, doors, wire harness & bonnet; there were none for the Mk1.

- So, we took what we had and began reconstructing from scratch. Enormous amounts of time & energy were spent researching, testing alternatives, applying modifications and enhancing the car with upgraded technologies.

- We gained a thorough understanding of how Jensen built this Interceptor. Through our investigations, word began to spread.

- We received many inquiries from around the world by others eager for information. Owners from within the States began asking about service & restoration. We had not been alone in our quest but merely separated by great distance.

In 1993, TDB Automotive was incorporated into our ongoing Interceptor passions of restorations have taken the Interceptor to new heights, providing owners with not only an aesthetically superior ride but in essence a "brand-new" and reliable Interceptor.

- Through years of research, we can provide Interceptor owners & service shops with the most cost effective, quality parts. Simply put, if we wouldn't use it on our own Interceptors, we won't offer it.

- We use the parts we sell. Through our services and restorations, we can provide up-to-date, comprehensive technical information to both service shops & owners as well.

Yes, this forsaken Mk1 dynamically changed many lives and in the process essentially brought forth the only facility in the world dedicated solely to the Jensen Interceptor. Through the experiences of our journey, we hope to furnish a more inviting journey for others. This is our commitment, to maintain & preserve what we KNOW to be the most distinctive driving machine.

The Jensen Interceptor "it's all we do".


Can be exported at your cost...

- Serious collectors please...more pics coming and on request...


$59,995. USD American dollars...oBo...

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

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