1974 Interceptor @ Morris Leslie

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1974 Interceptor @ Morris Leslie

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Just found this via a Twitter feed.

VLD506M - Note S4 handles

Poor description with 1950s engine size quoted

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Understeer - Hitting the fence with the front of the car
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Re: 1974 Interceptor @ Morris Leslie

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It was Morris Leslie Auctions that sold early Interceptor No 88 to me, someone at the auction house doesn't realise that this is a different sort of Interceptor...but nice people to deal with I have to say, very helpful to an auction novice.

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Re: 1974 Interceptor @ Morris Leslie

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Good morning Chaps (and ladies I suspect!)

Im a new JOC member and although I have a couple of classics, I dont yet have a Jensen, but am looking to correct this soon as its always been very high on my bucket list.
This car looks of interest, but I wondered if this particular one was know to the club at all and if so if anyone could provide any usefull historical information perhaps?

Great forum by the way.

Many thanks

Neil.
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Re: 1974 Interceptor @ Morris Leslie

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Neil183 wrote:Good morning Chaps (and ladies I suspect!)

Im a new JOC member and although I have a couple of classics, I dont yet have a Jensen, but am looking to correct this soon as its always been very high on my bucket list.
This car looks of interest, but I wondered if this particular one was know to the club at all and if so if anyone could provide any usefull historical information perhaps?

Great forum by the way.

Many thanks

Neil.
Hi Neil. While I don't know anything about this car, the one picture that I can see looks really nice!
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Re: 1974 Interceptor @ Morris Leslie

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Neil183 wrote:Good morning Chaps (and ladies I suspect!)

Im a new JOC member and although I have a couple of classics, I dont yet have a Jensen, but am looking to correct this soon as its always been very high on my bucket list.
This car looks of interest, but I wondered if this particular one was know to the club at all and if so if anyone could provide any usefull historical information perhaps?

Great forum by the way.

Many thanks

Neil.
Hi Neil and welcome the the forum. I am in Aberdeen and was thinking of going to have a look. I would never buy a Jensen blind. Complex car that needs a good eye. I have seen 2 previous car at ML and I would have struggled to recommend either.
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Re: 1974 Interceptor @ Morris Leslie

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Is anyone going to see this car tomorrow?
128-4562 G Series III interceptor
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