Rare Wedge: 1986 TVR 280i

The TVR 280i is a relatively attainable exotic that won’t break most project car budgets, and event decent drivers remain relatively attainable. This 1986 280i presents well with just 35,000 miles from new. These cars are all seemingly fairly… more»

Barn Find Wedge: 1983 TVR Tasmin

Lurking under that tarp is an example of perhaps the “wedgiest” production car in history! When the TVR Tasmin was introduced in 1980, its Oliver Winterbottom-drawn lines left no doubt as to the designer’s intent. This one has been… more»

Red Barn Find: 1985 TVR 280i

TVR: Terribly light, Very quick, and Raucous. Located in Warwick, Rhode Island, this 1985 280i is listed for auction here on eBay. Five days remain at the time of writing, and though the bid has cleared $3,000, the reserve… more»

Unfinished Project: 1974 TVR 2500M

Unfinished projects can be a bit of a mixed bag. You can either get a deal on a car that’s had a good part of the work already completed, or you can wind up with a vehicle that’s been… more»

Long-Stored Sports Car: 1974 TVR 2500M

TVR remains one the most wonderfully nutty vintage cars you can buy, the sort of thing I’m sure someone will figure out a way to ban within the next decade. This 2500M has recently been revived after what sounds… more»

Low-Mileage Wedge: 1985 TVR 280i

This 1985 TVR 280i is a surprisingly nice driver-grade example of a model that typically appears as a total trainwreck of a project. Yes, there are exceptions, but as someone who has wanted to own one of these for… more»

Brute Force Brit: 1994 TVR Chimaera

This 1994 TVR Chimaera is a rare bird in the U.S., a right-hand drive performance car that will still raise the hair on the back of your neck with its light-weight construction and powerful Rover V8 under the hood…. more»

Camaro V6 Powered: 1978 TVR 2500M

This 1978 TVR 2500 looks like a solid foundation for a restoration project, and certainly a good buy at the current asking price of just $5,500. Although these light-weight British sports cars were known for their Ford-derived V8 powerplants… more»

Rare Coupe Body: 1984 Model TVR 280i

Don’t mind the mistaken Facebook label on this posting – it’s no Ford Mustang. It’s actually a pretty special hardtop version of a classic TVR 280i, which we more typically see in roadster form. This one is described as… more»

One Of The Last 1979 TVR Taimar Built

This is a car that’s familiar to me, as I used to see it routinely at a now-shuttered vintage automobile shop in Rhode Island. It’s one of those rare cases where I can attest that a vehicle looks as… more»

One Of 128! 1967 TVR Grantura 1800S

There is an entire legion of British sportscars that are referenced in the past tense. One that isn’t, is the TVR, a company that has continued auto production since 1946. TVR, founded by Trevor Wilkinson, has produced mostly sports… more»

One of 192: 1965 TVR Griffith

I am part of a very informal local “club” of enthusiasts that partake in monthly driving tours and a member has a later TVR Tuscan, which bears some resemblance to this desirable Griffith model. While the engineering is a… more»

Rare TVR S3 2.9 in Texas!

While the 25-year rule on importing European-market vehicles does indeed make it tempting to purchase any number of sports cars once considered forbidden fruit, the importation process and paperwork-heavy transaction can scare casual enthusiasts away. That’s why finding one… more»

Redevelopment Forces Sale: Major UK Barn Find Auction

According to a website with a major auction listed among its upcoming events, a large collection of project cars and trucks were forced out of their barn storage to make way for a major redevelopment of the property. The… more»

Beautiful Barn Find: 1959 TVR Grantura

This gorgeous 1969 TVR Grantura is a rarity in the United States, and really anywhere considering the low volume production numbers. Just 100 Series 1 cars were made, making a barn find example of one that has seemingly survived… more»

Rare British Export: 1988 TVR 350i

The UK has long been the home of a number of car manufacturers that have been affectionately referred to as “men in sheds.” These are small vehicle manufacturers, the vast majority of which have produced hand-built sports cars. One… more»