To briefly recap the Jensen-Healey story, California-based British car importer Kjell Qvale became interested in a new sports car project in 1968 when production of the popular Austin Healey 3000 came to an end. Qvale’s idea was to line up a replacement for the Austin Healey, the bodies for which had been built under contract by Jensen Motors of West Bromwich. Somewhere along the way, Qvale realized he could gain control over the whole operation — building, marketing and selling the cars — if he owned the means of production as well as the means of distribution. In April 1970, he acquired a majority stake in Jensen Motors and set about bringing his ideas to fruition.
Prints—Jensen-Healey illustrations are available as fine art pigment prints in:
- 22″ x 16″ size—limited edition unframed, limited edition framed
- 30″ x 20″ size—limited edition unframed
- brushed aluminum prints sized 47″ x 23″ by special order only
- dye-sublimated large-scale backlit or unlit prints sized 80″ x 38″ or 96″ x 47″ by special order only
Options—Prints may be ordered in any of the factory exterior and interior trim colors, with any of the factory available engine and gearbox packages as well as any available factory options. Custom options will be considered upon request.