Jensen Interceptor MKIII (WYG 400L)

  • Automatic
  • Petrol
  • July 1971

  • 103,140 mls
  • 7212 cc
  • 330 BHP ( 246 KW )

A charmingly original car, this Interceptor has been loved and used throughout its life and therefore has not needed to undergo a full restoration. Originality such as this is much sought after particularly as it’s backed up by invoices from ourselves for over £11,500 with some dating back to the early 1980’s.

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The Jensen Interceptor Mark III debuted in 1971 with a revised front grill, headlamp finishers and bumper treatment. It also had revised seats, optional fully cast alloy wheels and other minor improvements.
The 6.3 litre 383ci engine was also superseded by the 7.2 litre 440ci in 1971.
The Mark III was the final iteration of the rakish Interceptor.
By 1975 the company fell on hard times due to the then world-wide recession, and the receiving company called in to manage the wind-down and liquidation of Jensen Motors allowed production to be wrapped up using the available cache of parts. Production of the Interceptor ended in 1976.

A charmingly original car, this Interceptor has been loved and used throughout its life and therefore has not needed to undergo a full restoration. Originality such as this is much sought after particularly as it’s backed up by invoices from ourselves for over £11,500 with some dating back to the early 1980’s. The car underwent significant structural work in 2004 and has the photographic evidence to substantiate this.

Finished in dark blue, this represents one of the most popular Interceptor colours which will further bolster its resale value. The matching dark blue leather is complemented by the Mota-Lita steering wheel. The seats are nicely worn and not showing any negative signs of age.

A handsome car for the enthusiast, this Jensen is not to be missed.

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