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Phil seen with his new toy for 2020.
Ready on the launchpad at lunch today – he’s just texted us to say the following

‘Hi James, arrived home and no problems. Great car by the way, very very happy. Lets hope i get to enjoy it!!

Great to do business with you James, really looking forward to lots of enjoyment in this beauty.

Wrapped up nice and cosy now, I’ll look after her I promise.

Thanks for the station pick up too, worked out a treat. Until next time (keep that Tuscan ready for me) 😜Cheers Phil’

Let’s hope you do Phil and what’s the point without a Sportscar in your life !


It takes time to prepare one of our TVR’s for sale and that is why ours always sell. We have been in the TVR game a long time now and know the market trends and a large proportion of the used TVR stock around too.

If you are thinking or buying or indeed selling your TVR then let us take a look and see what we can do.




Sunshine’s out 😁😁

TVR Tamora looking forward a new home 33,000 miles, Full TVR History, 2 Seater Roadster, Mohair full convertible, Fibreglass Body Over a tubular steel chassis and weights around 1000kg – you can do the maths …

Dry dump speed six petrol engine 350 bhp with 290 lb ft or torque at 5500rpm

The phrase ‘Wheelspin city’ springs to mind…

Seen by the enthusiast as the best handling convertible TVR ever made, a car which grew into its looks and perhaps not as pretty as the T350 and Sagaris is excellent value at £26995

Great specification on this one bring a factory built MK2, later interior trim, larger front lights, air conditioning and a gorgeous sounding exhaust note from the twin sports exhaust system fitted on this particular example

Fully serviced and MOT’d first £1000 deposit secures


Something alittle different, but as English as the hedgerows, 4 owners from new, last local to ourselves and avid car collector bought this Coventry beast in 2006 @ 66500 miles.

Raft of service history from our local Jaguar specialist, automatic, air conditioning, sports alloys, wood dash, 122,000 miles

12 months MOT – anyone fancy the global warming wonder car?


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