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Re: Interceptor Registration Numbers

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Krusty

Thank you for your response in respect of 128/4560 - Original Registration No COV 600 K
Apologies foir the delay in responding - i have been away for a few days

Unfortunately i have no information on this car
I did carry out a DVLA Registration NO check in March 2020 and the Registration Number came up as Not Found??
Do you have a specific interest in this car as i have no information on it apart from the Richard Calver Chassis Data book?

If i do find any additional information on this car i will let you know

Kind regards

JIm Smith
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Re: Interceptor Registration Numbers

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Series3Jensen wrote:Krusty

Thank you for your response in respect of 128/4560 - Original Registration No COV 600 K
Apologies foir the delay in responding - i have been away for a few days

Unfortunately i have no information on this car
I did carry out a DVLA Registration NO check in March 2020 and the Registration Number came up as Not Found??
Do you have a specific interest in this car as i have no information on it apart from the Richard Calver Chassis Data book?

If i do find any additional information on this car i will let you know

Kind regards

JIm Smith
Mem No 1639
136/8791 RJF 17 - owned since September 1978
This is the car that was started at 7:50 every morning when i was a kid that then roared off to work at 8 am
what an alarm clock eh ?
it went for restoration in about 1981-ish but i recently met that neighbor (after 30 odd years - we moved house in 1986) when he spotted me and my car (i moved back to this area recently.)
2 hours of chat about jensens and i offered to find out about his car.
its now gone for a fast and furious build (various people never finished the original restoration)
interestingly you dont see an interceptor often but the owner and myself live a 5 minute walk away from tony davis and his car :lol:
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Re: Interceptor Registration Numbers

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Hi Jim

I recently did a search to see what had become of our old car (PMF 59L) on google which led me to this thread, so I have rejoined the forum to give some background on the car which may or may not help you.

Interceptor SP 131/8008 (PMF 59L)

1972 car with factory fitted sunroof.

My dad purchased the car in 1983 from the then manager of Hot Gossip. Back then the car was tangerine with a black vinyl roof. I remember it vividly, roaring along country roads with Fleetwood Mack or Boney M blasting out of the 8-Track.

Around 1989, the car underwent a full restoration at Cropredy (New arches, Inner / outer sills and front wings etc). The car then underwent a change in hue from tangerine to its present (Nevis?) Blue with gold coach stripes.

Some time around 2000 the engine had a rebuild after a small fire erupted from under the bonnet and resulted in a re-bore to 7.5l with hardened valve seats and the ability to run on 95ron. I remember during this time spending an evening rubbing down some of the engine internals to take them back to their original steel or brass finish and remove all the accumulated dirt.

In 2010 the car carried my wife and I back from the hotel where we spent our wedding night to a brunch back at the venue where we were married and sat in pride of place outside while we ate - a hundred guests pored over the car and fell in love with it.

The car was sadly sold on in 2013, post my father's retirement, to previous forum member Scottv8 who did some work to it which included adding 4 rally style fog lamps (would not be my preference).

His sale advert is replicated below:

Full engine rebuild in 2000 using all new Hemi internals.
Six Pack in place and running sweet. New carb set a few years ago.
Rear axle rebuild with new crown wheel, pinion and bearings last August.
Brand New Air conditioning system just fitted and gassed.
Radiator reconditioned last week.
Hemi gearbox just been rebuilt.
Rear Coil over shocks just fitted with the leaf springs greased and wrapped.
The previous owner had the car for 30 years and has passed onto me a HUGE box file FULL of receipts dating back to the early eighties, totalling over ?50k.
I have a copy of the original build sheets, service history and paperwork from Robeys.
Original 8 track stereo and a selection of tapes are also included along with the original steering wheel although there is a Motolita fitted.


I also know, from a very old email from the JOC (may have been Richard Calver) that PMF 59L was not the original plate, but i don't know any more than that.

The car also featured in a JOC magazine article about the greatest Interceptor ever where my dad met with other members and they spent the day wafting or more likely blasting around in each other's cars - you may be able to find that article somewhere.

I don't know where the car resides now, but I would like to know (you never know, I may be in the market to buy it back at some point...)

I hope this helps a little. If you want to know more specifics on any point during the 30 years my father owned the car, I will happily try and dig those details out.

Kind regards
Anthony
...now Interceptor-less....*sniff*
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Re: Interceptor Registration Numbers

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Hi Anthony

Thank you for your response in respect of PMF 59 L
Very helpful to know that this was Chassis No 131/8008

The information that i had on this car was that it appeared in the JOC Magazine No 136 in November 1997 and again in JOC Magazine No 164 in August/September 2002

THis is the information that i had on this car, so relating it back to the Chassis No is a great help to me

The original Registration No for this car was NYV 855 L

If you have any other information on the car, it would be appreciated

It would be nice if you did buy it back

Kind regards

JIm Smith
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Re: Interceptor Registration Numbers

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Hi all

The number of Registration Numbers that i have not been able to link to the correct chassis number has grown significantly so i would list these below in some sort of order
If anyone can advise me on the chassis number that these registration numbers refer to, i would appreciate
The list is long

ULR 1 C

AJF 279 A

OLY 459 E

ABW 42 F
CVG 109 F
NEA 4 F
NOP 117 F
NOP 147 F
SRR 215 F
XBY 281 F

CBY 31 G
KFE 58 G
LKH 196 G
TEA 1 G
THA 872 G
UAX 174 G
YPD 939 G

BAM 52 H
CJW 940 H
FBY 519 H
MEW 344 H
SJA 25 H
SVJ 340 H
VDN 862 H
YYP 888 H

ARP 421 J
ARP 712 J
BEX 145 J
BHJ 151 J
FAB 416 J
FJJ 8 J
FLM 690 J
JBY 279 J
LRL 46 J
MRD 512 J
OEU 59 J
PBQ 5 J
SHR 133 J
SRG 375 J
TND 160 J
VDD 84 J
WOH 4 J

AWH 777 K
AWU 384 K
AWX 137 K
EAD 945 K
EDG 258 K
KHS 283 K
LRF 992 K
NMC 51 K
PMX 220 K
RBY 786 K
SPT 756 K
UVU 456 K
UPV 630 K
YDV 468 K

BVX 107 L
DDS 729 L
DJC 292 L
DRJ 557 L
DVX 244 L
EAW 719 L
EVN 471 L
EVN 769 L
FDH 881 L
FTM 379 L
GDX 420 L
GUD 770 L
HCX 531 L
HCX 632 L
HKH 446 L
HOE 9 L
HVG 161 L
JOL 575 L
JOL 876 L
JSN 726 L
KSN 37 L
KRX 111 L
LAH 78 L
LBH 230 L
LHB 230 L
LNV 669 L
LRP 75 L
MAN 720 L
NBW 641 L
NJC 169 L
NPJ 22 L
PAG 900 L
PMC 190 L
PMF 59 L
PWF 830 L
RMU 540 L
SCK 310 L
SCW 482 L
SCW 994 L
SCX 482 L
TMC 259 L
UJW 943 L
VHJ 459 L
VNP 389 L
WEV 389 L
WWB 889 L
XVM 395 L
YVF 394 L

AJW 172 M
AJW 472 M
AJW 772 M
AUY 492 M
CNB 305 M
DBY 534 M
EFH 306 M
FKG 320 M
GYP 303 M
NAK 14 M
NOD 316 M
OBA 709 M
OJO 827 M
OYS 26 M
PBK 853 M
PBK 988 M
RAP 28 M
RNK 498 M
RRW 347 M
RUF 940 M
RVX 7 M
SKM 985 M
SNP 456 M
SOL 593 M
SPN 456 M
TPX 347 M
UBA 497 M
UHS 856 M
URA 487 M
VEC 370 M
VMA 954 M
VPB 12 M
WHJ 263 M
WLL 526 M
WLX 659 M
WPO 225 M
WTK 900 M
YYG 60 M
YYY 429 M
XBY 251 M
XLG 651 M
XWP 433 M
XYY 21 M

CTU 135 N
GYP 273 N
HBV 332 N
HWU 830 N
HYE 820 N
JEN 56 N
JOJ 901 N
JOK 199 N
KEH 737 N
KLO 85 N
KSC 465 N
LSF 322 N
NDS 802 N
PBK 988 N
UEF 663 N
XFE 765 N

MCH 111 P
MEU 69 P
NCS 375 P
NSS 94 P
NUF 808 P
NUR 74 P
OAD 993 P
OBU 726 P
OEA 748 P
OFD 289 P
OLW 688 P
OND 594 P
OVC 823 P
PNS 928 P
PUS 86 P
RGN 82 P
RGN 602 P
RMA 538 P
UBV 427 P
UBW 953 P

TBU 904 R
TMV 316 R
TWV R

ATR 24 V

D 564 NOP
D 822 APF
D 890 HNX

E 144 PFK

F 769 GDH

H 974 DUE

J 277 VOC
J 798 CUW

4004

1 HBJ
2 CTA
2 FFJ
2 UYG
2 XKX
4 GHW
5 KHT
9 TVT
24 KHT
38 JT
39 BDM
46 MCG
59 PHW
64 GW
66 FWD
69 FON
76 GW
94 BHY
111 MPE
116 GUY
124 DTV
161 BRL
191 HLE
203 LOL
220 RVK
250 RH
333 D
336 HRH
435 CAA
476 IA
500 TXX
566 EBY
577 ULC
613 PTT
700 DAB
796 EGG
875 KEV
916 UPU
967 APF
1771 JW
3931 K
4175 SZ
4400 KR
4751 PP
5510 WW
6000 BH
6030 D
6807 PP
6948 JI
7198 YZ
8157 PE

AE 19751
AGJ 259
AL 6436
BMA 18
CAR 38
CT 50
DIB 3449
DMT 728
DR 4526
FF 65
FFF 789
FWD 66
FX 6204
FZN 196
GJG 1
HBJ 39
HCT 71
HOI 9304
HUO 315
J 39262
JCB 810
JCC 993
JEN 686
JIB 165
JIJ 298
JRS 196
KJI 9496
LF 248
LIJ 62
MAX 393
ME 192
NRG 5
OO 5738
OOO 333
PLC 530
PMR 696
PUB 64
QNL 504
RDA 1
RUU 27
SNU 4
TCL 28
TCL 29
TOI 8219
UPX 416
UTH 337
VDG 73
VGE 7
VMJ 333
VMO 543
VPH 1
WAB 530
WEX 6
XOJ 1
YOR 571
ZV 3328
ZXX 4851

27 YA 49
56 YA 91
00 57 38
00 55 XA
35 HM 18
80 YA 94
KK 53 XD
03 YD 53

HH JI 374 H
HH JI 440 H
TT 26 000
WJ 11 1
5303 MI 12
362 W 13
RT 4710 H
OH UK 21 H
FR CD 323
CH 261 XF
HM 0763
AR 5636
B 27 153
B 5748 AB

I may have adverts or articles on these cars, if any of the current owners are interested

Kind regards

JIm Smith
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Re: Interceptor Registration Numbers

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Dear Jim,

You are certainly putting a lot of effort into this project. Well Done.

I note that you list YYP 888H. I own a MK1 Interceptor Reg YWP 888H Chassis 115/3372. I wonder if this is the same car with a typing/squinting at an old advert error? If so I would be interested in any documents you have please?

Keep up the good work.
Andy
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Series3Jensen wrote: Wed Nov 04, 2020 12:49 pm Hi all

The number of Registration Numbers that i have not been able to link to the correct chassis number has grown significantly so i would list these below in some sort of order
If anyone can advise me on the chassis number that these registration numbers refer to, i would appreciate


HM 0763
AR 5636


JIm Smith
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The registration numbers are probably Dutch:
HM-07-63
AR-56-36
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And these as well:
68-07-PP
71-98-YZ
81-57-PE
AL-64-36
DR-45-26
FX-62-04 ??

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Series3Jensen wrote: Sat Sep 26, 2020 9:06 am
Thank you for your response in respect of 136/8358

I had a query against the Registration No of TUT 89 L as to ifc this was 136/8514, although i had Registration NO SCK 482 L against this Chassis No and also in your ownership, together with CMB 898 Chassis No 119/100
Is this still correct for these two cars?

In respect of Chassis No 136/8358, i have details of this car being for sale in the JOC Magazine 175 05/06.2004 for £13,000 by Andrew Sarson of Loughborough and again in JOC Magazine 184 11/12.2005 but now for £8,000 again by Andrew Sarson
Mileage recorded as 83,000 miles in both adds in Red with a Red roof and beige interior and in the earlier add with a modified bonnet

I note by 11.2007 the car is in your ownership but now with a Black Vinyl Roof, Driver/Passenger Door Mirrors and Front Fog/Spot Lights

I have no information on the car with its Registration No of RCR 60
Hi Jim, apologies, I somehow missed your post above.
136/8358 is definitely TUT 89L.
The roof was changed at some stage from its original Black vinyl to Beige vinyl - it never had a black roof during my ownership.

RCR 60 was the personal reg' of the 2nd owner of 136/8358, Royston Charles Reeve. He retained the reg' RCR 60 when he transferred it to his new Scimitar prior to selling the Interceptor in 1982, which by then was wearing TUT 89L.

136/8358 sold a couple more times before Andrew Sarson bought it in 1984.

Andrew Sarson was a garage owner (East Leake near Loughborough) who bought the car in 1984 and sold it in 2006 to a former business partner of Andy Brooks at Appleyard Parts and Service. I bought it from Andy.

I kept the car for a few years before selling it to the current owner, if I remember correctly, in 2010.

FF 119/100 is and has always been, registered CMB 898 and is still in my ownership.
Interceptor 136/8514 is currently SCK 482L which is a "non-transferable" registration number. It is still in my ownership.
FF MK1 119/100
Interceptor MK3 136/8514
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Andy

Tank you for your information on 115/3372 YWP 888 H
Richard Calver's book has this recorded as YWP 888 G

The only other information on this car is prior ownership by Dave Perkins Mem No 8257 in January 2006
If i find any other related information i will message you again

Kind regards

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Martin

Thank you for the update on 136/8358, 136/8514 and 119/100
This is all helpful in updating the information that i am collating

KInd regards

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Kees

THank you for the additional Registration Numbers
If you are able to link these anmy Chassis Numbers it would be appreciated

Kind Regards

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Hi all

Further to my extended list of Registration numbers which i am trying to link to individual Chassis Nos, i have some further numbers

AAL 534 A
JVW 74 H
APP 224 J
DGX 242 J
RVG 82 J
GUD 770 L
HCX 531 L
JKA 11 L
NME 87 M
UBA 497 M
GWC 729 N
KAU 323 N
RON 346 R

8 GNU
10 UNO
48 XNO
66 FWD
86 JON
361 JMC
2064 RK

FF 65
IJI 725
LIJ 62
OO 1001
ROB 657
TOY 342
WRT 99

LM 21 342

Any advice would be appreciated
THere are also still a large number of registration numbers from my earlier post that i have not yet attributed to Chassis Nos, so any further advice on these would be greatly appreciated

I have to date tracked down some further information on 1,536 cars but have information on more than 500 cars that i have not yet been able too link to specific chassis numbers
Any help is therefore greatly appreciated

Kind regards

JIm Smith
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2064 RK could be 20-64-RK, a Dutch registration.
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So all this information your gaining. Does GDPR rules apply to any of this if the car I owned by a member ?
Only working half a day now.
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