Brit Muscle: 1973 Jensen Interceptor

1973 Jensen Interceptor Front

Update 6/24/11 – Looks like this one sold for $7,999.

With their V8, automatic, and italian styling, Jensen Interceptors make great cruisers. This particular Interceptor is a series III which meant that it had many of the early car’s flaws worked out. This year came with the 440 engine and improved interior. This British muscle car is listed on eBay with a BIN of $11,999 and the option to make an offer. At the time of this posting there were already six offers, so you may want to move quickly if you are interested.

1973 Jensen Interceptor Back

The green paint is a factory color and the owner claims that less than 60 cars were painted this color. This car does has it’s flaws including what looks like some oxidation on the hood and some rust under the fenders, but is clean enough to make a great driver. The clean interior and rebuilt transmission does redeem it in our eyes. We would just clean it up, go through the mechanicals, and drive it.

1973 Jensen Interceptor Interior

The interior of this car looks to be in great shape. The seats look to have little wear and no visible holes or tears. Continue to the Flickr album below for more pictures.


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  1. Jesse Staff

    Or you could just get one of the new Interceptor R's from Jensen International… They refurbish an old body and stick a new Corvette engine in it!

  2. Pat Calhoun

    440 and a torqueflite…. but the brit electicals!!! Fun cars and not too bad.

  3. Ian Chorne

    Horribly unreliable, but it has the best name ever!

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