Just in! 1974 JENSEN HEALEY MK II ROADSTER #16772. (Stock #3746.) Upon the cessation of Austin Healey production, Donald Healey was anxious to create a worthy successor. He, his son Geoffrey and Kiell Qvale, who had become a major shareholder in Jensen Motors, collaborated to do just that. With Donald Healey as Chairman of Jensen Motors, the Jensen Healey was designed as an exciting and purely British 2-seat sports car positioned in the market, as was the Austin Healey, between the Triumph and Jaguar sports cars. Colin Chapman had just built a new engine, the Lotus “907” and an agreement was reached among all parties to have this new engine power the new Jensen. A four cylinder, twin cam, twin carburetor, 16 valve, all alloy unit, the engine provided a top speed of 120 mph with its 4-speed synchromesh transmission, live rear axle and front disc brakes. This very successful combination provided the new car with a very rare first year of production SCCA Championship. During the following 2 years of production, some changes were made and a 5-speed transmission became standard along with a much more luxurious interior. Our car is one of those later “MK II” cars and remains in excellent condition with a red body, buckskin interior and black convertible top and boot. We purchased the car in 2008 from a local repeat customer and sold it to a New Jersey British car-collecting M.D. After driving the Jensen @10,000 miles during his 7 years of ownership, that enthusiast has traded the car back to us on a gorgeous XKE Jaguar. An opportunity to enjoy a quintessential British sports car at a very low cost. 84,135 miles. $18,500.