Jensen 541 R featured in "Freedom in Words & Art" & "Alphabet Soup J" by ©The Creative  Minds

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Jensen 541 R featured in "Freedom in Words & Art" & "Alphabet Soup J" by 

photography: Sabine A. Rusted
Shiny Happy People Photography
Pfaffenwinkel Classic, July 2009

Jensen 541 R from 1959 (127 built in total)

The Jensen 541 was first exhibited at the London Motor Show in October 1953: production started in 1954. In October 1954 a cabriolet version was introduced.

The 541 used fibreglass bodywork mounted on a steel chassis and was fitted with a six cylinder, three SU carburettor version of the 4 litre Austin engine and four speed transmission with optional Laycock de Normanville overdrive.

The body consisted of three major mouldings and the entire front was rear hinged and could be raised for engine access. The doors were aluminium. Suspension was independent at the front using coil springs with a Panhard rod located rigid axle and leaf springs at the rear. A choice of wire spoked or steel disc wheels with centre lock fitting was offered. At first the car had servo assisted 11 in (279 mm) drum brakes but from 1956, when the deluxe version was introduced, it featured Dunlop disc brakes both in front and rear – the first British four seater thus equipped.

It was also a luxurious car with the well equipped interior featuring leather seats as standard. The individual seats in front separated by a high transmission tunnel and the rear seats had a small centre armrest and could also be tilted forwards to increase luggage space. Standard colours (1955) were black, ivory, imperial crimson, moonbeam grey, Boticelli blue, deep green and Tampico beige.

In 1957 the 541 R was introduced, and in 1960 the 541 S arrived with wider bodywork and revised grill styling. Production of the Jensen 541 ended in 1959 and the 541 S early 1963 when the range was replaced by the C-V8.

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  • kevin smith  skystudiohawaii
    kevin smith s...almost 5 years ago

    Great shot of my dream car.

  • yes, it is a dream!

    P.S. the driver gave me a bottle of champagne for worshipping his car with my photography…

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  • WildBillPho
    WildBillPhoalmost 5 years ago

    Beautiful rare classic, Excellent capture!

  • thank you for your comment, Bill! I found this beauty attending a veteran car-race in Bavaria and met the owner, who gave me a bottle of champagne in exchange for this picture of his beloved motorcar.

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  • Sheila Laurens
    Sheila Laurensalmost 5 years ago

    Congratulations Your work has been featured in Alphabet Soup
    The Best of J Please add your work to the challenge ASAP
    1 Jan 2010


  • Thank you!

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  • Palynn
    Palynnover 4 years ago

    A Beast of a Machine Totally Fabulous Piece of Kit Lucky to see this in the flesh & Champers Cool F

  • I fell in love with it there and then…the guy who drives it is a GP and he gave me a bottle of champagne in return for this photograph of his beautiful Jensen!

    – ©The Creative Minds

  • ginabgood1
    ginabgood1about 4 years ago

  • thank you Gina!

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  • janeymac
    janeymacabout 4 years ago

  • thank you for the feature! :))

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  • Jaclyn Hughes
    Jaclyn Hughesabout 4 years ago

  • you’re welcome Jaclyn! :))

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  • Aggpup
    Aggpupalmost 3 years ago

    Great shot of a rare and classic car

  • a fabulous car, it sounds and smells wonderful!

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