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 Posted: 11-13-2006 08:29 pm
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Greg Fletcher
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Data should include 5 digit VIN, condition, engine number, and location.

Also list any parts cars and spare engine numbers.

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JH 13148, good running condition, engine #B7306-3230 (swap), San Anselmo, California USA

Spare engines B7306-3280 and B7404-6951

(Thanks to Kurt Housh for getting this started)

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 Posted: 11-13-2006 10:28 pm
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Ron Earp
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JH 15947, SCCA Race Car, Engine B7403 6210, Good Running Condition, Cary, North Carolina.

Spare engine 11243 (number on bottom of block)

Full cage, 5 Speed transmission, 4 speed rear end, pan hard rod, IT SCCA build on motor running twin Strombergs. Pictures can be seen here:

http://www.jensenhealey.com/forums/view_topic.php?id=679&forum_id=2

Last edited on 12-27-2006 11:01 pm by Ron Earp

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 Posted: 11-13-2006 10:44 pm
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Tom Thomson
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13753  Good running cond  eng 6631

16971  In process-stripped completely down

16036  Parts car

All in central Indiana    Tom Thomson 

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 Posted: 11-14-2006 03:23 am
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Dan Eiland
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VIN 15069

Engine number B74 03 6230 came in car.

Original engine replaced in 1989 with what looks like some JH parts and some Lotus parts. Current engine has less than 8000 miles since rebuild in 1989. Currently rebuilding engine again and converting to a 2.2L performance engine.

Spare block is B74 10 9662

Transmission Model # 13 52 238 = Ford T5 5 speed from a 1997 Mustang V6

Car undergoing rotisserie restoration and modification. At this time the car is completely stripped to bare metal and being delivered to paint shop on 11/14/06. Huffaker body kit being installed with flared fenders and front air dam. Car originally a steel bumpered car and has been converted to rubber 5 MPH bumpers. Interior being converted to GT dash and console with GT doors installed on car. Seats are from a 1991 NSX. Undergoing a transmission conversion to a Ford T5 5 speed overdrive( see above).

Car Located in El Paso, Texas USA

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Mark Rosenbaum
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VIN 16371, good condition, engine B7404-6835.  Currently in Kingman AZ.

Disassembled spare engine B7410-9384 (bought from Kurt Housh in 2000).

 

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 Posted: 11-14-2006 01:47 pm
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JH Vin 15851, in show condition, Engine #B74.02.6163 (with 63k original miles as of 11/06), located in Bloomfield CT. Full restoration by owner completed May '06. Purchased November '04. Colin Wheeler

http://jhppg.com/gallery/74-Jensen-Healey-15851

 

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 Posted: 11-14-2006 03:06 pm
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Brett Gibson JH5 20497
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Vin 20497 JH5 ( one of the last ones produced )

Engine T75-03-11580

manufactered date   Aug / 7 / 75

Restored / original condition

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Mitch Ware
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VIN: 1111/19670

Condition: Restored

Engine #: B74121 0715

Transmission #: 933-9 (5 speed)

Axle #: 20M-4

Commission Date: 12/30/1974 (according to vin plate)

Date of Manufacture: 1/15/1975 (according to Martin Robey)

 

Mitch Ware

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JH 18299...restored and in Hendersonville, TN   Belongs to my son, Mark Schwartz.  Last one made with the steel bumper.
JH 18500...restored and in Forest Hills, NY.  Belongs to my daughter, Patten Schwartz.  Has the 5 mph bumpers.

Suggest you go on the Jensen car email net and ask for more VIN numbers.

Regards,
Frank Schwartz

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John Finch
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Vin...1111-18309  w/orig steel bumpers and 4 spd

Condition...Mechanically restored, Dellorto 45’s, Body is orig and excellent

Engine #...B74 09 9084

Mfg Date...Oct-8-74  (8-10-74 on door plate)

63k orig miles, originally lived in Phoenix, in Mpls MN since Sept 2005, 2nd owner, photos incl one from PO in '78 on JHPS

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 Posted: 11-15-2006 01:11 pm
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James Wilson
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Jensen-Healey 1140/10772

Built 5th Dec., 1972, first registered for road use 12th Dec., 1972. Was used as a company car by Jensen, it appears its first user was Ian Royal, the Parts & Service Manager.

Engine No. 72 05 0100,  not listed on originality certificate from Martin Robey, but most likely a factory replacement. This engine smokes heavily and will be replaced by a rebuilt engine in the coming year.

Currently Red exterior/Black interior. Originally Mustard/Black, seems to have been re-sprayed entirely, perhaps by factory when engine replaced?

Generally in good condition except for the engine. It drives well and is registered for road use, after having been laid up from the mid-1990s through 2004 (I think), I purcahsed the car this September and am the sixth owner. Current mileage is just over 30K, and seems correct.

The car is present located in Glasgow, Scotland.

 

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 Posted: 11-16-2006 02:36 pm
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Jensen Healey
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Come on people. I know we have more than 10 cars.

The purpose of this exercise is to provide data for Richard Calver on survival rates. The current assumption is that only 8% of Jensen Healeys survive.

Check out his website: http://www.users.bigpond.com/tfmuch/

 

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 Posted: 11-16-2006 05:16 pm
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Just rolling it from dry storage into the shop for a winter project.  PO's stalled project with new fenders and floors that has been sitting for at least 20 years based on the rotted tires. 

VIN 13336

Attachment: JH-1.jpg (Downloaded 142 times)

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Hello - Been off the site for a while, but I have a JH with info as below:

Vehicle #14911

Engine # B73 12 5039

Spare Engine # B74 09 8920,

The car -- 1974 JH 4 Speed 2.0L, with 67,000 original miles, Red with Black interior, sat in storage from 1986 to 2004, here in Detroit area.. Back in service in 2004 to present.. Paint is decent (20 years old respray), but not show. Zero visible rust. Real Clean overall

Recent Work - new brakes, calipers, wheel bearings, Tr6 master, spax adjustables, springs, ball joints, tires, Weber 40 DCOEs with manifold (came with car), new Robbins top/tonneau (came with car), POR 15 fuel tank restored/sealed, ..

Winter Planned Projects - new rear seal, trans seal, head gasket, clutch, install 107 cams, pointless ignition, degunk engine bay and maybe paint engine bay since engine just came out, new suspension bushings, alignment..

Mark K

Orchard Lake, MI

 

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Vin # 16196

Engine # B74-03-6620

Year 1974

Color - Jaguar Racing Green

Interior - Tan

Completed  4-28-74

Enhancements: 45 Dellortos, 777 cams, Supra 5 Speed, Green Carpet, Tan Canvas Top

Always something to do to it.

 

Cheers

John

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VIN 15375

Don't know the engine number because I never had the need to know it.  The engine is stock except for Dells and Pertronix.  Owned since new so I know the original color was buttercup and the interior was black.  Any electrical system changes I take full responsiblilty for.  No hardtop.  Car has been garaged since new.  Had dreaded rust at rear of doorway repaired and the whole car stripped and repainted two years ago.  Also rebuilt door panels, replaced carpeting, and a million other things.

Was member of AJO many years ago and have most of the White Lady issues.

Also replaced all front end bushings last year - big difference.  Runs well, lots of fun.  No-one knows what it is.   

39000 original miles.  Drive it to work when the weather is nice. 

John Kimbrough
14 W. Periwinkle Ln
Newark, DE 19711 

 

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Dan (Florida)
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19444,  all original except crane ignition and Delco single wire alternator. Don't have engine number, but is the rope seal  style.  Original home was Green Bay Wisconsin (lawyer)  now in Ormond Beach. Florida.  Was yellow, now red/black with bone colored seats.  Fair condition.  Pics in Florida cars.

Dan

08/20/07        found a typo in the serial number  .  The actual serial number on the door plate is 11944

Last edited on 08-20-2007 12:26 pm by Dan (Florida)

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 Posted: 11-25-2006 03:53 pm
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74 JH 15371. Engine fire in 1986, has not been on the road since. Currently being restored. Mechanically done and engine started in 2005. Now dissassembled for body and paint work. Yellow with black interior. 55000 miles. Portland Oregon.

Engine B7309 4129. Spare engine B7306 3277.  

Last edited on 11-25-2006 04:08 pm by Gary Martin JH 15371

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JHC #19147 engine 327 ci Chev. V8 w/350 TurboHydro S10 GM axel w//3.08:1 ring and pinion.

Originally constructed 04/12/74

Purchased 1983 from salvage (engine fire)

Modifications began 2001; reregistered 7/11/03

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