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The Jensen Genome by Richard Calver

The Jensen Genome was launched in Melbourne on 7 August 2019. It is the successor to the original volume of car data published in 1991 as A History of Jensen: The Chassis Data.
$481.50

Original Interceptor & FF by Richard Calver

My fourth book in the continuing History of Jensen series was released at Australia's premier classic car show, Motorclassica, in Melbourne on 25 October 2015. This is the world's first reference book on the original features in the Interceptor and FF models, describing and illustrating the key production changes during the years these cars were in manufacture. As with earlier volumes in the series, this latest offering is a lovely production which will make a valuable and enjoyable addition to any motoring enthusiast's library.
$267.50

All The Models by Richard Calver (Soft Cover Only)

My third book in the continuing History of Jensen series was released in softcover format on 19 December 2007. The slipcased leather-bound version was unveiled at the monthly meeting of the Jensen Car Club of Australia in Melbourne on 6 February 2008. I like to think of it as a nice little picture book, something you could (almost) stuff in your pocket and carry around to car shows and the like, a guide to everything Jensen ever had their hands on. It has received favourable reviews in the motoring press with two magazines making it their Book of the Month and with the major British motoring journal Classic & Sports Car making it their Book of the Year for 2008. In either binding, this is a lovely production which will make a valuable and enjoyable addition to your motoring library.
$107.00

All The Models by Richard Calver (Slipcased)

My third book in the continuing History of Jensen series was released in softcover format on 19 December 2007. The slipcased leather-bound version was unveiled at the monthly meeting of the Jensen Car Club of Australia in Melbourne on 6 February 2008. I like to think of it as a nice little picture book, something you could (almost) stuff in your pocket and carry around to car shows and the like, a guide to everything Jensen ever had their hands on. It has received favourable reviews in the motoring press with two magazines making it their Book of the Month and with the major British motoring journal Classic & Sports Car making it their Book of the Year for 2008. In either binding, this is a lovely production which will make a valuable and enjoyable addition to your motoring library.
$267.50

Service Bulletins Book by Richard Calver

It had been a long time between books in the ongoing History of Jensen saga when the second volume was released on 21 May 2004, 13 years after the databook came out. This second instalment is an edited compendium of factory Service Bulletins for the V8 cars, 1963-1976, primarily of interest to anyone owning one of the referenced models which is to say the C-V8s, FFs and all the different kinds of Interceptors. It's a huge production — 560 pages between the covers — and came out in a binding of Cabra leather, the first Jensen book to be produced in such a lavish manner. Each book comes with a numbered bookplate in the limited run of 1000 copies, making it still one of the most exclusive books yet produced about Jensen cars. I think you'll agree when you see it that it would make a worthwhile addition to any Jensen enthusiast's library.
$149.80

The Interceptor - Back Issues

Past editions of the JCCA club magazine 'The Interceptor'
$10.70