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1967 Jensen Interceptor MkI

1967 Jensen Interceptor MkI in Incense for the Damned, Movie, 1970 IMDB

Class: Cars, Coupé — Model origin: UK

1967 Jensen Interceptor MkI

[*][*][*] Vehicle used by a character or in a car chase

Comments about this vehicle

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Jale PL

2009-06-09 12:18

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takumi FR

2009-06-09 19:36

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Une voiture incroyable, dont un modéle vient juste de réapparaitre, il reprend les mémes base la méme carroserie que la Interceptor Mk3 mais avec un moteur et systéme d'échappement trés récent, son prix plus de 130 000 euros ( avis aux amateurs).
Quand on sait que le modéle d'origine en vaut 25 000 ou + en cote collection.

BasilBrush AU

2010-01-01 14:27

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That looks to be a Jensen factory owned number plate. I've seen several publicity shots with EA as the 2nd two letters. Perhaps after the Jensen CV8 designer Eric Neale.

http://www.classic-auctions.com/lotdetail.php?lotid=25292&aucid=25799

chris40 UK

2010-01-01 17:20

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Probably a factory plate, yes, but Jensens were made in West Bromwich and EA was a West Brom registration.

marsh EN

2012-05-07 19:15

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Absolutely a factory plate. Chris is quite right, the EA does not relate in any way to Eric Neale (who had by this time left Jensen, as had the Jensen brothers themselves around the time of the Interceptor launch in 1966). EA relates to the local county registration designation, which was EA for cars registered in the borough of Sandwell, West Bromwich.

In an attempt to drive cost effective public awareness, Sales and Marketing Director Richard 'Dick' Graves and public relations consultant Tony Goode often made a number of vehicles available for TV and movies - though not always the best movies it has to be said!

Press Interceptors usually (but not exclusively) had 'EA1' (i.e. TEA1G - the Flag Red Interceptor photographed above) plates, whilst FF's usually had EA4 plates, such as HEA4D, the '4' designating that the car was equipped with Ferguson Formula 4 wheel drive.

Marsh

-- Last edit: 2017-08-19 09:15:28

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