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 The 6.3 litre 383ci engine was also superseded by the 7.2 litre 440ci in 1971.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.
A beautiful period looking Interceptor that had over £46,000 spent with us in 2000 to bring it up to a superb standard through full restoration. This is backed up by photographs and paperwork which details the works carried out and parts supplied during the project.
With its last owner for the past 20 years, this car has been lavishly cared for and subsequently is a really beautiful example that wants to be driven.
Resprayed in June 2016 in its Dark blue metallic with dark blue carpets and crème leather, this classic colour combination suits the car perfectly.
A great investment in outstanding condition with a good history.