LIST OF MARK 1 (FF + Interceptor) ROADWORTHY IN 2010

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LIST OF MARK 1 (FF + Interceptor) ROADWORTHY IN 2010

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LIST OF MARK 1 (FF + Interceptor) ROADWORTHY IN 2010

UPDATE / UPDATE / UPDATE

TOTAL: MARK I FF @ 20/01/'11 = 55

TOTAL: MARK I INTERCEPTOR @ 20/01/'11 = 77


The intention is to try to establish how many Mark/Series I FF and Interceptors are actually in a roadworthy condition.

Total Mark/Series I FF's manufactured, October 1966 "“ October 1969: 195.
Total Mark/Series I Interceptors manufactured, October 1966 "“ October 1969: 1024.


So keep them coming include the VIN, year of manufacture and present location, if possible.
Vehicle registration number is unacceptable
:D

I will update this post/list every couple of days!

R/H + L/H included!

MARK 1 FF:
119/001
119/004
119/006 (1967)
119/007 (1967) (QLD, Aus.)
119/008 (1967) (Kirkwall, Orkney)
119/013 (1967)
119/016 (1967) (UK)
119/021 (1967) (UK)
119/022 (1967)
119/033
119/035 (UK)
119/039 (Norfolk, UK)
119/041 (New South Wales, Aus.)
119/042
119/049 (New South Wales, Aus.)
119/045 (USA)
119/051 (UK)
119/053 (Norway)
119/058 (UK)
119/059
119/061
119/069 (VIC, Aus.)
119/071 (1968) (UK)
119/073
119/077 (VIC, Aus.)
119/079
119/085 (Denmark)
119/087
119/088 (1968) (Cheshire, UK)
119/090
119/100 (UK)
119/102
119/107 (Victoria, Aus.)
119/108 (1969) (Falkirk, Scotland)
119/118 (Norway)
119/125 (1969) (Germany)
119/132
119/134 (Norway)
119/135 (Denmark)
119/138
119/151
119/152 (UK)
119/157 (1969)
119/165 (1969)
119/167 (1969) (Dublin, Ireland)
119/173 (1969) (USA)
119/174 (VIC, Aus.)
119/182 (1969)
119/183 (1969) (Norway)
119/184 (1969) (Kildare, Ireland)
119/188 (1969)
119/190 (1969) (UK)
119/191 (1969) (UK)
119/193 (1969)
119/195 (NSW, Aus.)

TOTAL @ 04/09/'10 = 55


MARK 1 INTERCEPTOR:
115/EXP (1966 Vignale) (UK)
115/2496 (QLD, Aus.)
115/2546
115/2516 (WA, Aus.)
115/2618 (1968) (Leeds, UK)
115/2553
115/2627 (WA., Aus.)
115/2628 (WA., Aus.)
115/2662 (UK)
115/2696 (NSW, Aus.)
115/2730 (NSW, Aus.)
115/2737 (Bedfordshire, UK)
115/2785 (Birmingham, UK)
115/2788 (UK)
115/2797 (VIC, Aus.)
115/2808 (Sweden)
115/2868 (NSW, Aus.)
115/2879 (1968)
116/2884 (1968)
115/2891 (1968) (UK)
115/2901 (1968) (Dublin, Ireland)
115/2903 (1968)
115/2920 (1968) (Sweden)
115/2925 (1968) (Appleyards, UK, for sale 06/09/2010)
115/2943 (1968)
115/2961 (1968) (Dundalk, Ireland)
115/2974 (1968) (UK)
115/2979 (1968) (QLD, Aus.)
115/2982 (1968) (Dublin, Ireland)
115/2993 (1968) (Greenwich, London, UK)
115/3012 (1968) (Northamptonshire, UK)
115/3033 (1968) (SA, Aus.)
116/3049 (1968) (UK)
115/3050 (1968) (VIC, Aus.)
115/3077 (1968) (UK)
115/3079 (1968) (London, UK)
115/3099 (NSW, Aus.)
115/3107 (NSW, Aus.)
115/3212 (NSW, Aus.)
115/3218 (Sweden)
115/3235 (QLD, Aus.)
115/3253 (UK)
115/3254 (UK)
115/3266 (VIC, Aus.)
115/3282 (Finland)
115/3289 (UK)
115/3294 (Essex, UK)
115/3297 (UK)
116/3305 (UK)
116/3328 (UK)
115/3330 (UK)
115/3339 (Sweden)
115/3340 (NSW, Aus.)
115/3358 (SA, Aus.)
115/3363 (1969) (Dublin, Ireland)
115/3367 (1969) (Sweden)
115/3372 (1969) (Staffordshire, UK)
115/3406 (1969) (Liverpool, UK)
115/3418 (1969) (NSW, Aus.)
115/3420 (1969) (UK)
116/3428 (1969) (UK)
115/3449 (1969) (UK)
115/3455 (1969) (SA, Aus.)
115/3463 (1969)
115/3471 (1969) (UK)
115/3472 (Essex, UK)
115/3473 (1969) (NSW, Aus.)
115/3474 (1969) (UK)
115/3477 (1969) (Cheshire,UK)
115/3480 (1969) (NSW, Aus.)
115/3483 (1969) (UK)
115/3484 (1969) (Bootle, UK)
115/3492 (1969)
115/3493 (1969) (SA, Aus.)
115/3516 (1969) (WA, Aus.)
115/3520 (1969) (Chester, UK)
115/3523 (1969) (UK)

TOTAL @ 20/01/'11 = 77
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Post by JonathanL »

Interceptor number 2623 was for sale about a year ago in London. The owner sent me some pics which I'll dig out from my other computer when I get a chance.

The car needed work but he reckoned that it ran. It was red (think it was blue originally) and it's blue leather had been dyed black.

Don't know what became of it.

J.
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Champagne / bronze FF

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The FF that was at Cropredy Bridge (for sale at xxx£29,995 ) you have on your list .

It is 119 / 071 engine number 1185 / 19D, first registered on 11 / 11 / 68.

It is now here with me and open to sensible offers !

Regards Ross
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JonathanL:
Interceptor number 2623 was for sale about a year ago in London. The owner sent me some pics which I'll dig out from my other computer when I get a chance.

The car needed work but he reckoned that it ran. It was red (think it was blue originally) and it's blue leather had been dyed black.

Don't know what became of it.
Thank you Jonathan for this info, can you find out if it is still "roadworthy" and then I can add to the list :wink:

Anybody else with info on this or any other Mark I FFs + Interceptors in roadworthy condition?

Ross:
Champagne / bronze FF

The FF that was at Cropredy Bridge (for sale at xxx£29,995 ) you have on your list .

It is 119 / 071 engine number 1185 / 19D, first registered on 11 / 11 / 68.

It is now here with me and open to sensible offers
I already have 119/071 on the list, it was a duplicate of the FF at Cropredy for which I had no VIN number. Please supply present location if possible.
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Post by Martin Ball »

Just posted about 119/088 in the member's cars, it's just come out of the garage and will be MOT'd and roadworthy later this year. Lots done and more to do tho' ...

Martin

BTW If you've ever seen the 1977 film Speedtrap (it's on you-tube) I think what must be a very early red Interceptor NUC 479E gets a shameful battering in the opening car chase and probably can be considered lost and beyond repair.
FF 119/088

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Stuart Turner's car.

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Tony,

I might be wrong but I don't think Stuart Turner's car is on your list (Mark1Stu.) I used to own 115/3248 and I recall that Stuart's car is one number off that.

Regards,

Paul McElhinney.

ps now where's my anorak?
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Post by John Staddon »

Topcat (Tony? - not sure I know who is behind the pen name)

As some of you know I have been doing a very similar thing with CV8s and posted a list some time ago, that list was pulled apart and the duplicates and triplicates pointed out, but that was OK because that's why I posted the list. The list is kept up to date and available to anyone that wants it, and a few people have.

Point of this reply is to say that I use the Richard Calver rule and that is that a car seen in the last five years, unless obviously a goner (advertised for breaking for example), counts as a survivor. What you'll find is that because nobody is obliged to keep you up to date with a cars whereabouts you soon lose track of it, at least with the five year rule you have a chance of seeing it again before declaring it lost. As an example the car that was seen a year ago probably survives but equally probably nobody knows where it is now.

Interestingly I had an email over the weekend from a gentleman in the club who has ambitions to set up a website containing a register of EVERY Jensen that survives - hell of a task to set himself. More on that later in the year. hopefully from the gentleman himself once he has canvassed opinions (probably you have had the same email).

Regards

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119/053 (being welded but mech good, in daily use until a year or so), 118, 134, 183 all road registered and in good to excellent condition in Norway. 115/2659 also alive and close to rebirth (painting) in Norway.
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Post by Dean »

UPDATED LIST OF MARK I FF + INTERCEPTORS ON THE ROAD
Here are few more FF & Interceptor MKIs for the list

Currently licensed and still wearing original reg no. (See chassis data book)

119/152 (UK)

115/2652 (UK)
115/2737 (UK)
115/2785 (UK)
115/2891 (UK)
115/2974 (UK)
115/3253 (UK) - Stuart Turner's I believe
115/3289 (UK)
115/3330 (UK)
115/3474 (UK)
115/3523 (UK)


Currently licensed but not original reg no.

119/051 (UK)

115/2788 (UK)
115/3077 (UK)
115/3297 (UK)

Others

119/107 Unlicensed since Mar 09. Seen in roadworthy condition at Rejen in Oct 2008

119/153 Unlicensed since Jan 91. See recent photos at http://www.joc.org.uk/phpBB2/viewtopic. ... highlight=

115/2979 Exported to Australia around Apr 08. See photos at http://s270.photobucket.com/albums/jj10 ... r1_bucket/

115/3122 Licenced up to 01/10/09, now SORN until 01/10/10

115/3285 Currently SORN. Did not sell on ebay last week. See http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/JENSEN-INTERCEPTO ... 286.c0.m14

115/3437 Currently SORN. Entered for concours at JOC International weekend 2009.

For any further info on any of the above please PM me.
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Post by John Staddon »

TC

I have been asked to pass on the following:

Hi
I'm not a JOC member (nor in JOC forum), so... tell the topcaviator, that there's a Interceptor Mk I in Finland: 115/3282.
The car is registered and on the road.

Mark


From a Mark Lonngren

No connection and don't know why i am the post box but happy to oblige, obviously can't vouch for the info (I did reply and ask him to confirm he was the owner, no reply back yet).

Regards

John
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Post by CrAzYMoPaRGuY »

I just went to a wrecker and pulled some pieces off a dead warrior Interceptor, do you collect car VIN numbers from cars most certainly OFF the road, because the car I pulled parts from has no hope of ever being roadworthy again..... I think it is a series I

I should have noted VINs over the years of the Interceptors I have stumbled across, I have came across quite a few in my times of relentless searching... lol
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2210/9363

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Post by Martin R »

The VIN numbers of all dead and never to be revived Interceptors and FF's would be appreciated by the relevant registrars and from the interest on here, I'd guess many other people, so please do post any findings :D
FF MK1 119/100
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FF 119/107 (previously seen at Rejen) is now in Victoria, Australia, nice roadowrthy condition, wearing the reg' 66 FWD and owned by Jim Carter
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115/3248 - VGU 42G.

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Folks,

My Mk I 115/3248 was written off in 1991-ish.

Regards,

Paul Mc.
Paul McElhinney - Mk I 115/3309 in Positano yellow, FF Mk II 127/289.
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Post by topcataviator »

If there is any confusion . . . for some reason, unknown to me this post seems to be duplicated please see the latest post @:

http://www.joc.org.uk/phpBB2/viewtopic.php?t=5648
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