My Car Quest

July 30, 2014

Car Of The Day – Classic Car For Sale – 1975 Jensen Interceptor III Convertible

by Mike –

Here is my pick for the classic car for sale today that I would like to own. I have always liked these Italian designed, British made and American powered cars, especially the convertible. This Jensen Interceptor for sale is very enticing.

1975 Jensen Interceptor III Convertible

Jensen Interceptor

Jensen Interceptor

The seller says:

* Show quality full restoration completed in 2010

* Best in the USA

* Assorted spare parts and all original parts to bring interior back to stock factory is included in sale

* Shipping included in sale price – domestic continental US only, covered transport

* 38,000 miles

Jensen Interceptor interior

The engine is a Chrysler 440 cid V8 and the transmission is the TorqueFlite automatic.

Jensen Interceptor engine

This Jensen Interceptor is for sale on eBay with a Buy It Now price of $69,999 and the Make Offer option.

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The seller provides a long list of the work that has been done, which I like. With this restoration, the low miles and the apparent condition from looking at the photos this would be the Jensen Interceptor to have, as long as you want a convertible and you like black with red interior.

The price is strong but if this car holds up to inspection it is worth it. This is one of those examples where someone else has paid for the restoration and that benefit will pass along to the new owner.

Let us know what you think about this classic car in the Comments.

Jensen Interceptor

If you have a classic car that you want to sell and would like some help from

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Comments

  1. The coupes are pretty attractive also. You never saw many Jensons on the road when they were in production, as opposed to other British sportscars, because they had a high pricepoint for the time. Another marque you rarely saw was TVR, which also had attractive convertibles and coupes. Referring to your article from August on the Alvis, another lost British marque that was quite elegant, was the British Daimler (no relation to Mercedes whatsoever), which had cars that looked similar to Jaguars, and was actually absorbed by Jaguar in 1960 or so, and then phased out. I would appreciate any comments you or your readers have on TVR and Daimler. As always, thanks for the education! Glenn in the Bronx, NY

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