Jensen Healey Apparel and Accessories by Legend Lines
The Jensen-Healey was produced from 1972 through 1976. It was a fast luxurious and competent convertible sports car. It was positioned in the market between the Triumph TR6 and the Jaguar E-Type. The Jensen-Healey was designed in a joint venture by Donald Healey, his son Geoffrey, and Jensen Motors. Jensen Motors had built the bodies for the wildly popular Austin-Healey 3000. When production of the 3000 ceased, a new product was needed. The 1970s was difficult for Jensen Motors as their V8 Interceptor model was slow to sell due to the oil crisis. In response, the company worked quickly to get their Jensen Healey into showrooms. The car required a large amount of labor expenses, which dwindled the company's budget. This, coupled with a number of other issues such as inflation and a strike, the company entered liquidation in 1975 and officially closed their doors in May of 1976.