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Andy and Kevin to the rescue again

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by Jon H » Thu Jul 16, 2020 4:14 pm

Hi everyone,
Following my discovery of the cracked engine block in my Interceptor, the car has recently been to Andy Brooks at Appleyards where a replacement engine was fitted. The near side inner sill also needed re plating And floor pans re undersealing so that was done also. I’m pleased to say that the car is back with me and on the road again now. I know that both Andy and Kevin put a lot of work into stripping, checking over and re building the replacement engine with new parts where necessary. I would certainly recommend their services to any Jensen owner. They may not be exactly local for a lot of us but their wealth of knowledge and experience of all things Jensen take all the stress of trying to find someone local away especially when fairly major things go pear shaped as they did with me.

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Jon
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by Martin R » Fri Jul 17, 2020 2:33 pm

8) 8) 8)
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by sticky » Wed Aug 05, 2020 3:07 pm

Jon H wrote:Hi everyone,
Following my discovery of the cracked engine block in my Interceptor, the car has recently been to Andy Brooks at Appleyards where a replacement engine was fitted. The near side inner sill also needed re plating And floor pans re undersealing so that was done also. I’m pleased to say that the car is back with me and on the road again now. I know that both Andy and Kevin put a lot of work into stripping, checking over and re building the replacement engine with new parts where necessary. I would certainly recommend their services to any Jensen owner. They may not be exactly local for a lot of us but their wealth of knowledge and experience of all things Jensen take all the stress of trying to find someone local away especially when fairly major things go pear shaped as they did with me.
stripped your wallet i bet
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