1972 Jensen SP Automatic, 38,000 miles, finished in reef blue metallic with black leather interior, black vinyl roof, air conditioning, electric windows central locking. Sold new by Charles Follett of London on 1st November 1972 to a Mr I Lazarus – a local business owner – it remained in his ownership until 1999. The second owners tenure was much shorter only keeping the car for a little under 2 years. The next owner – another long term owner keeping the car for some 13 years – was key to this cars current condition. A meticulous and sympathetic renovation was carried out bring the vehicle up to the highest of standards. During his ownership the car was a multiple concours winner, the last win being a 1st place award in the Jensen Owners Club in 2013. I believe this is the best example of a Jensen SP currently in existence. Only 232 of these rare 330hp versions of the Jensen Interceptor were produced. It was the most powerful car to be produced by Jensen featuring a 440 “six pack” engine. This particular example is still fitted with it’s correct carburettors on which it runs exactly as it should. As you would expect with a car of this caliber it has a comprehensive 2″ thick history
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121 Lichfield Street, Fazeley
Tamworth, B78 3QE, Staffordshire
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