Jensen FF Mark III Uprated Coupe (1970)
Stealing the limelight at the 1966 London Motor Show was Jensen's new FF with its advanced Ferguson Formula, four-wheel drive and the
Dunlop-Maxaret anti-lock braking system. The Torqueflite automatic gearbox was fitted as standard to the FF which could be distinguished
externally from the Interceptor by JFF badging. The front of the car was three inches longer with twin side ventilators each side and the grille and headlamp layout was restyled. The FF was powered by the same torquey V8 Chrysler engine as the Interceptor. As the Jensen Brothers
worked for Patrick Motors in the early 1930s, designing and building car bodies before setting up their own business in West Bromwich, it was
natural that The Patrick Collection should include a representative of the marque. This car was previously owned by Jensen Cars Ltd and in 1983
was ordered for the Collection, to be delivered 'in a fully restored, as new condition, throughout, to Mark III specification'. Aquarius Metallic was the chosen colour with biscuit leather interior and vinyl roof and the car was first registered with The Patrick Collection in 1986. It comes with a distinctive registration number, Swansea V5 registration document, current MOT certificate and is licensed to June 2005.
|Registration no:||7777 RE|