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Designer: Eric Neale
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Jensen Interceptor 1950
The Jensen Interceptor started life by agreement between Richard Jensen and Leonard Lord and was based on an Austin 4-litre engine and other components. It was said that Jensen's own PW saloon was plagiarised by Austin for their Sheerline saloon, and when Jensen threatened legal action Leonard Lord proposed the supply of Austin components to Jensen. Jensen was also asked to design and build the Austin A40 Sports which can be seen as a smaller version of the Interceptor. This arrangement was repeated later when Jensen were asked to build the Austin-Healey 100. Eric Neale designed the bodywork, and a 3993cc six cylinder Austin engine powered the Interceptor, and the chassis was based on the Austin A70. The Interceptor was built until superseded by the 541 in 1957 and 88 were built.
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Jensen Interceptor 1954 - badge on bonnet
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Jensen Interceptor 1954 - boot badge
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Jensen Interceptor 1954 - grille
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Jensen Interceptor 1954. Power came from a 3993cc 130bhp ohv inline six cylinder engine from the Austin A125 Sheerline.
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Jensen Interceptor 1954. The Interceptor was built on an extend Austin A70 chassis and the body was designed by Eric Neale
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Jensen Interceptor 1954. Jensen used an extended Austin A70 chassis and the 3993cc inline six cylinder engine from the Austin A125 Sheerline.
Jensen Interceptor front
Jensen Interceptor. The Interceptor was announced in 1950 carrying the engine of the Austin Sheerline, and a smaller car using Austin A40 components was built by Jensen as the Austin A40 sports.
Jensen Interceptor rear
Jensen Interceptor 1954. Designed by Eric Neale, the Interceptor used aluminium panels on an Austin A70 chassis.
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Jensen Interceptor 1954. Launched in 1950, the Jensen Interceptor sold until 1957, but sales of the fibreglass-bodied 541 had started in 1954.
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Jensen Interceptor 1954 - rear window
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Jensen Interceptor 1954 - rear wheel
Austin A40 Sports
Austin A70 Hampshire, A70 Hereford
Austin-Healey 100, 3000
Jensen 541, 541-R, 541-S
Designer Eric Neale
Jensen Interceptor 1966-76
Austin A125 Sheerline
key text:  This is the page introducing Simons love of cars from the website  RedSimon which is a series of photo albums of Simon GP Geoghegan.
The names of Pinin, Farina, and Pininfarina are also considered
There are also notes on Pininfarina
as well as the car maker
and links tothat car maker
see also my Picasa car albums
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Simon is also a contributor to SuperCars.Net
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