Jensen 1970

Interceptor Mk II wb: 105 in. (267 cm) V8 cyl, 6276 cc, 330 bhp
FF Mk II wb: 109 in. (277 cm) V8 cyl, 6276 cc, 330 bhp

Great Britain

 

The Norwegian-American West Coast car distributor Kjell Qvale became the majority shareholder. Donald Healey was appointed chairman in April.

JENSEN INTERCEPTOR £5,838 (incl. P.T.)
JENSEN FF £7,705 (incl. P.T.)
Made in the West Bromwich factory founded by the Jensen Brothers and now under the control of famous sports car king Donald Healey, the magnificent Chrysler-engined `businessmen's expresses' embody only detail improvements for 1971. Produced as rear-drive 'Interceptor' and four wheel drive 'FF', both cars are capable of around 130 m.p.h. with salon comfort. quiet-running and high-speed cross - Continental capability. Strangely, the present Jensen factory used to make the unitary bodywork for Donald Healey's famous big sports cars, and a new Healey is to be made there.

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Interceptor


FF