Please note that packaging box has a crack on the top and other minor scraches and the cardboard sleeve has some minor signs of ageing/wear.
The Jensen Interceptor saloon had a distinctive large, curving wrap-around rear window that doubled as a tailgate. The original specification included electric windows, reclining front seats, a wood rimmed steering wheel, radio with twin speakers, reversing lights and an electric clock. It was made by Jensen Motors between 1966 and 1976, with over 6,400 being produced. The car broke with Jensen tradition by having a steel bodyshell instead of glass-reinforced plastic and by having the body designed by an outside firm, Carrozzeria Touring of Italy, rather than the in-house staff. The early bodies were Italian-built, by Vignale, before production by Jensen themselves began in West Bromwich. The MK1 was superceded by the MK11 in 1969, then the MK111 in 1971.