Our work is now complete on the 1969 Jensen Interceptor FF front respray.
The bonnet and wings were completely stripped back to metal and the areas in need of attention have been fully addressed and preventive measures have been put into place to avoid any future issues.
The paint has now been matched and built back up to reveal a beautiful finish once again.
We are making good progress on our 1969 Jensen FF bodywork preparation.
Unfortunately age has gotten the better of the offside door so what we thought would be a relatively easy part of the project to correct a slight paint issue has turned into something slightly more alarming. Work is required to correct the area in question and to prevent it from reaching any further.
Nothing we can’t put right with a little more time.
We’ve received more images from the body shop of our Jensen FF bonnet and wing being stripped back.
Work is well underway now on our 1969 Jensen Interceptor FF. She’s in for some paintwork issues that need our attention on the front, in particular the bonnet and off side wing.
This work involves stripping back and respraying the bonnet and as you can see from the pictures, a lot of filler has been used previous which we will need to address.
One of only 320 Jensen Interceptor FF’s manufactured, 110 of which were MkII and this being the very first MkII, this very special car has come in to us today to have a couple of minor paint issues rectified.
She’ll be with us whilst the owner is away enjoying a nice break so on his return he’ll have her back up to tip top condition.
The blemishes are concentrated just to the front of the Jensen so the bonnet and front panels will all be addressed and resolved.
One of only 320 Jensen Interceptor FF’s manufactured, 110 of which were MkII and this being the very first MkII, this very special car has come in to us today to have a couple of minor paint issues assessed with a view to correct them before they progress.
All being well, we may see this beauty later for the work to be carried out.