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Jensen

In 1935 the brothers Richard and Alan Jensen took over W.J. Smiths & Sons and renamed it to Jensen Motors. Until WWII they worked as a coachbuilder. Then, in 1950, the first own car was developed. Jensen produced in limited numbers exotic coupes and convertibles until 1976 when the company went bankrupt. The Name Jensen was 1983 revived with a revised model, but with no success. Another resurrection was tried in 2002, but with no result, too.



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S-Type
1937 3d. Tourer
 
 

 
 
541
56-59 DeLuxe
57-60 R
 
 

 
 
C-V8
63-65 Mk. II
65-66 Mk. III

Interceptor
66-69 Coupe
Interceptor II
69-71 Coupe
FF
66-69 Mk. I
69-71 Mk. II
 

 
Healey
72-73 Mk. I
73-75 Mk. II
Interceptor II
69-71 Coupe
Interceptor III
71-76 Coupe
74-76 Convertible
FF
69-71 Mk. II
 

 
 
S-V8
01-02 S-V8
 
 


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