Delivered new by KDM Cherrington Ltd of London W1 to the first owner Courtney Pope of Emhurst Park, Tottenham on June 1964.
The car was then sold to the second owner in 1968 who resided in Canterbury.
Purchased by an American Museum the car was shipped to the States.
Shipped back to the UK in July 1990 and purchased by Noel Farrah, a known car collector who was involved with the American Museum and with a significant collection in the States at the time.
During this time the car under went light chassis up restoration by Yorkshire Classic Cars.
The car was then sold in January 2003 to Andrew Hawarth in Cheshire.
The car was then sold through auction and went to AutoMuseum Stainz in Austria, it also seems to be at the Karl Rotter Museum and left on UK registration.
Luzaggo Classic Cars in Italy then sold the car in April 2012. Bought back to the UK in 2013 and sold through Coy’s to a known Kent Classic Car Dealer and then on to the current owner in London in 2013.
The car was taken to Cropredy Bridge, Jensen specialist for re-commissioning and MOT.
The whole car was thoroughly inspected and extensive work carried out, replacing the carburetor, distributor, fitting electronic ignition, plugs, leads, cooling system, fuel lines and pump. The gearbox was completely rebuilt and the car re-wired.
Today the car looks and feels totally original, with the very period interior in great condition.
The owner applied for the original registration number 301 HUC, which is back on the car.