Over the years, I’ve purchased many different project cars and they’ve come in various shapes/sizes/conditions…but I’ve always been enchanted with the idea of a project that requires only basic tools, a single parking space, and mostly elbow grease. A project that doesn’t involve pulling a car off its frame, or massive rust repair, or rebuilding a fiddly vanos module…yeah…that would be a great project. Perhaps this Jensen might offer the right combination of mechanical, electrical, and hard work that could keep you busy, but not break the bank with expensive specialist work? Find this 1971 Jensen Interceptor 2 offered for $9000 in Seattle, WA via craigslist. Tip from Rock On!
From the seller:
1971 Jensen Interceptor 2
cylinders: 8 cylinders
title status: clean
This garaged 1971 Jensen Interceptor II coupe (car number 125/5162) is in mostly original condition and ready for restoration. The body is good and the leather seats are in great condition. A unique mix of British class, Italian design and American muscle, under the hood is a Chrysler 383-cu.in V-8 with a TorqueFlite automatic transmission. Built for crossing Europe at high speeds, it’s a dramatic looking fastback from Jensen Motors Limited of West Bromwich, England. Mechanical parts are NAPA close and most of the other necessary bits can be easily sourced through a network of specialists. This car was purchased by the current owner in 1987 and kept garaged during that period. Properly restored models have a high value. Car comes with a clean title, car keys and original owners manual. $9,000 OBO
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