With a Lotus 2.0L twin-cam four-cylinder engine, 4-speed manual transmission, and lightweight rear-wheel-drive chassis, the Jensen-Healey was made for performance driving -- as proven by its multiple national SCCA D Production championships. This Jensen-Healey is reportedly a one-owner vehicle, was re-sprayed in 1992, and is mechanically stock. Desirable equipment includes early two-piece steel and chrome bumpers, 13-inch alloy wheels, and a convertible top boot. Whether enjoyed as-is or refurbished to like-new condition, this Jensen-Healey is ready to be coveted for years to come.
|Eldersburg, Maryland 21784
|VIN / Chassis
|38,600 Miles Shown - TMU
|Lotus Type 907 2.0L Inline-Four
Prior to the selling dealer’s purchase in November 2022, it is believed this Jensen-Healey was a one-owner example and was re-sprayed in 1992, although supporting documentation is not available. This car wears two-piece steel and chrome bumpers and 13-inch alloy wheels. A 4-speed manual transmission backs the Lotus Type 907 2.0L inline four-cylinder engine. Four keys, a toolkit, and convertible top boot are included.
The Jensen-Healey is a unibody convertible sports car manufactured by Jensen Motors thanks to a partnership between Donald Healey, his son Geoffrey, and Jensen Motors. Lotus founder Colin Chapman agreed to supply their newly developed Type 907 2.0L inline four-cylinder engine, which was initially paired with a Chrysler-sourced 4-speed manual transmission. Huffaker Engineering in California campaigned a Jensen-Healey in the Sports Car Club Of America’s D Production Championship, and the car became one of the few cars in SCCA history to win a championship in its first year of racing (1973).
Two-piece chrome and steel bumpers
13-inch alloy wheels
Convertible top boot
Wood-grain interior trim
Lotus Type 907 2.0L inline-four-cylinder engine
4-speed manual transmission
As shown below and in the main gallery:
Upper dashboard pad is cracked
Passenger side interior door top has two torn spots
Various paint scratches and chips
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