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A Brief History Of TVR

The history of TVR is a one, founded in 1946 the was initially named Trevcar upon joint ownership in the name was changed to TVR.

Wilkinson founded the car firm and 3 after buying the workshop and the company, TVR built it’s original chassis. The TVR Number 1 get off to a great start,  a designer Les Dale was hired to create the for the car and decided to take it for a spin, he the car and the chassis then had to be repaired being fitted with body panels.

The car was tuned to 35 BHP, painted Racing Green and sold to cousin for £325. Not long it was crashed and scrapped for parts.

TVR 2 after being refurbished.

The TVR 2 was very similar to the TVR number 1, the chassis was used along the same engine and the car was purchased by a car from Blackpool for competition in 1952 the car was registered for road Upon being registered for use the car received a small scale the nose cone was changed to a style and a spitfire tachometer was along with Marchal

Shortly after the sale of the TVR 2, TVR begun work on the TVR number 3, the same chassis and suspension was used for this model, the was switched for a 40 BHP 1.2 litre Austin A40 With the extra power the car was into competitions and was driven by after winning several the TVR firm started to gain reputation. During the competitions was introduced to David Hives, a man would have a big role at TVR in the

After enjoying relative in the late 40s and early 50s, and Pickard starting working on a new for a TVR sports saloon. The most aspect of this car was the lack of an body frame, instead the car was with a fibreglass body to fit the chassis. Around 20 of the new chassis produced, however, only 3 sold as the kit that Wilkinson chose for the car.

At a cost of £650 (approximately today) the car boasted a 0-60 of 13 seconds. After Wilkinson success in several rally and track races the company receiving enquiries about the car was available with different shells. The Firm then success selling the chassis the different body shells by customers.

The firm had a turbulent over the ensuing 30 years, controlling shares change and the company seeing failure on an racing front.

TVR collapsed in 1965 and the company liquidation. Martin Lilley up ownership of the firm and started an a new TVR Tuscan racer. With a time of 8.3 this car was fast for the

In the 1980s Peter Wheeler control of the firm and began on a TVR original engine which was in the 90s, the AJP8.

TVR Griffith

The important thing to come Wheeler’s ownership was the investment in of vehicles, the Chimaera, Griffith, Tuscan, Tamora, T350, and Sagaris designs were all in the 90s and helped to keep TVR in the public

In 2004 Russian, Nikolay purchased the company for around £15 After demand fell the was moved to Turin and only production remained in Britain. The TVR was split up in 2006 and the iconic TVR was used in the production of wind

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