The classic car restoration business is arguably one of the most challenging and complicated businesses to manage successfully. The restoration of an ‘old’ car, previously owned by several caring and, in many cases, uncaring owners, presents numerous challenges. These include experience, knowledge, skill, craftsmanship, innovative thinking, and, last but not least, working with a carRead Full Story
Almost 80 years since the Jensen name appeared on cars, the famous marque returns with the opportunity to order the first officially sanctioned model in 13 years. Marking the rebirth of the brand, the formation of the Jensen Group is the start of the next chapter in the Jensen story, following the collapse of theRead Full Story
This Jensen, one of approximately 49 made, was the last to come out of the Jensen factory in May of 1976, just before the credit receivers locked the doors. The owner of the factory, Kjell Qvale decided to keep this car for himself. The car was shipped to his BMC dealership in San FranciscoRead Full Story
The classic Jensen Interceptor sports GT car will be revived next year with the launch of an all-new version. CPP was appointed by the owners of the Jensen name, Healey Sports Cars Switzerland (HSCS) Ltd, to create a successor to the original Interceptor marketed between 1966 and 1976. Click here to continue reading story.