This incredible Jennings Ford Transit Roadranger left us speechless, it’s in absolutely pristine condition. We don’t think you could get a better example of a totally retro find, and the camper still retains all of its period charm from it’s tinted green sunstrips and wing-mounde CB Ariel – with the CB Radio handset still in the cab!
KGF Classics say: A brilliant history file befits this wonderful vehicle immensely. The original chassis cab was supplied by Ford Main Dealer Albert E. Chatfield of Stoke-on-Trent and supplied to renowned Coachbuilders JH Jennings and Son Ltd. There is even a Dagenham Engine Assembly Plant tag tucked in the service booklet! Upon completion of the beautiful Roadranger conversion this example was registered new on 9th June 1972 to first owner Mr Leonard Hemmings. Sadly after just one trip and 317 miles covered, Mr Hemmings fell into poor health and passed away. Remaining with his widow and garaged stored, the vehicle was put up for sale in 1980 still with just 317 miles on the clock. The second owners Craig and Marion Harrison purchased the vehicle on 29th June 1980 and have owned it ever since. Usage for many happy holidays and show events, this incredible example has now covered just 40,169 miles from new with every single MOT certificate to fully verify the mileage.
All original handbooks, service books and operating guides are present along with a Jennings Roadranger sales brochure. Quite simply a wonderful story, a wonderful vehicle and something to put a smile on anyone’s face.