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you feel your years of Jensen FF custodianship have come to an end,
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look forward to hearing from anyone with a Jensen FF car for sale."
A fully restored MK.I Jensen FF now in stock, probably one of the best MK.I FFs in existance,
Finished in the most glorious colour scheme, crystal blue with beige. See 119/102.
FFs urgently required for purchase or commission sale.
JENSEN SP CHASSIS NUMBER 131/4952
Contact: Ulric Woodhams on 01694-78354, or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
CHASSIS NUMBER 130/328
One of just 15 MK.III FFs made, 130/328 was the very last FF produced. The car has an interesting history, including taking part in the famous Cresta Run back in the1980s. The car was imported into the USA during the 1990s and underwent a huge restoration program for its present owner. The restoration program included most body panel replacement, engine/transmission rebuild by Chrysler specialists, rebuilt suspension, new wiring loom, complete rechrome etc etc. The car was completed with a wonderfully sympathetic restoration of the interior, retaining all the original leatherwork, and a Pebble Beach standard paint finish. The total restoration of this car has cost the owner in excess of $150,000. The result is undoubtedly one of the best (if not the best ?) FFs surviving today. Rare for any FF on the market is the fact there is no snatch list for this car. Just turn the key and drive away in the confidence that everything on this car works exactly as it should.
One of just 15 MK.III FFs made, 130/327 was imported into the USA during
the later 1970s. The car was purchased by the well known American Jensen
enthusiast Mike Lotwis in the middle 1980s who had the car shipped over
to Jensen Parts & Service for a full restoration. The car has remained
within his ownership from that time and is now being offered for sale.
The car can be viewed in New Jersey, USA.
CHASSIS NUMBER: 127/287 REGISTRATION NUMBER: VDV 487J
Finished in its original metallic charcoal paint and with red leather trim, this late MK.II FF survives in mint original condition. This two owner from new car, well known to Ulric Woodhams, is undoubtedly the most low mileage Jensen FF in existence, with just over 20,000 fully verified miles from new. Unlike many cars with low mileage, 127/287 has been looked after particularly fastidiously by both its present and former owner (the second owner acquiring the then 10,000 mile car in 1990), and has also undertaken a basic amount of miles on the road every month of every year to keep everything in perfect running condition. As would be expected of a car like this, it has a handsome history file and is faultless in every respect. A remarkable surviver !
Update: 127/287 now resides in Germany within a small private collection.
CHASSIS NUMBER: 127/232 REGISTRATION NUMBER: OKW 669H
Finished in the car's original factory specification of white paint with blue leather trim, this MK.II FF survives in excellent condition. The present owner acquired 127/232 in 1983 and soon after left the UK to live in the USA; 127/232 was shipped out to the USA also. Between 1998 and 2001, 127/232 was given over to the renouned USA Jensen specialists, K & D Enterprises for a full body restoration, and the engine was given a full overhaul at the same time. In total something close to £15,000 was spent bringing the car back to a good standard. The car is presently back in the UK, and remains in excellent rust free condition, fully road worthy and with current MOT. Having returned to the UK a few years ago, the owner will be emigrating once again to the USA, and has decided not to ship the FF out for a second time. Looking for a moderately quick sale, the car has been pitched at a sensible price bearing in mind the car's condition.
CHASSIS NUMBER: 127/218 REGISTRATION NUMBER: TOF 680H
Finished in metallic blue with beige leather trim, this MK.II FF survives in overall excellent condition. The car has had a full retrim which was undertaken in the late 1980s, and some bodywork renovation, which took place in the late 1990s. 127/218 has had some subtle modifications to MK.III look, including the four vent dashboard and centre console, along with Jensen MK.III alloys. Other recent work includes the brakes, which is now on full copper brake piping throughout, an engine overhaul, and a full stainless steel exhaust system. 127/218 is now ready for final recommissioning for road use.
Update: After being sold, 127/218 remained in the UK, where it joined a small classic car collection.
Finished in metallic grey with beige leather trim as original, this MK.II
FF survives in excellent condition. Having had just three wealthy owners
from new, the car has always been well maintained and has covered just
over 40,000 miles from new. It is currently with MOT and tax exemption
disc, and has had a stainless steel exhaust system fitted along with new
discs etc. The car has been recently serviced and drives nicely, the four-wheel-drive
system seems particually well set up on this car. The history file for
the car includes copies of the chassis file, along with every MOT from
new, and every road tax disc from new.
CHASSIS NUMBER: 127/202 REGISTRATION NUMBER: XEA 304H
1970 MOTOR SHOW CAR
127/202 is without doubt the most significant unrestored MK.II Jensen
FF available today. The car achieved celebrity status when used as the
1970 Motor Show car, and was also the subject of an indepth article by
Motor magazine. The possibility remains to restore this car to completely
original specification, since its full olive leather interior survives
in excellent condition. Work to the chassis and chassis tubes has previously
been undertaken by Jensen specialist Tom Scullane back in the late 1980s
and the engine was rebuilt. Work stopped due to the owner's ill health,
and the car remained in dry storage. The engine and four-wheel-drive transmission
are presently out of the vehicle, and the engine bay has been restored
to original specification. Body restoration is still required, which would
include (typically) rear valence, rear arches, bottoms of front wings
and front valence. The original steel bonnet remains with the car, which
is in good restorable condition. The black & white image shows 202 being put through its paces back in 1970. An exciting project !
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