What is a Classic Car?
It’s a fine question, but for us there’s no clear cut definition – just some age, a bit special and more than a little interesting covers it.
That’s well illustrated by two new additions to the Chelsea Cars Stock of Classic Cars in the last few weeks, with the arrival of a gorgeous Jensen Interceptor Convertible and a 2000 ‘Rover’ Mini Cooper Sport.
The 1974 Jensen Interceptor for sale at Chelsea Cars (pictured above) comes in a very appealing dark green metallic, beautifully complimented by a terrific tan leather interior.
There is nothing more satisfying than a well sorted Jensen, and this car has been the subject of a recent full strip down and repaint as well as extensive recommissioning.
The Mark III Interceptor was launched in 1971, and this 1974 Interceptor Convertible is one of the early cars of a run of just 267.
At the other end of the Classic Car spectrum, we’ve just got in stock a 2000 Mini Cooper Sport in 500 spec.
With just 38,000 miles on the clock, this Mini Cooper Sport comes with the desirable 500 spec and a British Racing Green paint job, complete with silver roof.
The silver continues inside with silver and black leather and silver dash, is in terrific condition, drives just like a Mini should and is an absolute hoot with its 90bhp stage three engine upgrade.
It’s the youngest classic we’ve got in stock at the moment (the oldest is currently a 1936 Mercedes V170 Cabrio), but despite that this Mini is a real Classic Car.