All posts in Left Hand Drive

Everybody freeze: This is car n.70 of the Register of TVR Tuscan with LEFT HAND DRIVE

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  I'm very happy to describe this magnificent Tuscan S as the unit n.70 of the Register of TVR Tuscan Speed6 with LEFT HAND DRIVE. This is car, light azure paint and black leather, is currently jealously owned in Austria and very well maintained by a local garage which takes care of exotic sportscars. Production figures of the TVR Tuscan are quite confusing. I currently own a pair of sheets were info are incredibly different: one says nearly 1.700 units, one states more than 2.600 Read more [...]

TVR Cerbera Left Hand Drive: a new unit surfaced. From England to an unknown European enthusiast

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Tunstall Vehicle Repairs Ltd of Stoke-On-Trent, Staffordshire, came to finish a long and complex project to convert for an unknown european customer a TVR Cerbera RHD into a LHD. People at the company were helped by engineers at Supercar Lifestyle. Images and the released video give a sight on the project: the Cerbera has been completely refurbished with totally new chassis, new suspensions, new cockpit, new brakes, new wheels, rebuilt engine and, of course new position of the steering wheel. Read more [...]

TVR Find of the day: TVR Cerbera “6.0 Swiss Limit Edition” Left Hand Drive, another fruit-salad on a poor Cerbera?

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TGE Autotech AG in Embrach (CH) is offering for a staggering 118.900 CHF (114.400 €, 85,670 £) a former "TVR Cerbera Speed Six" which has been converted into a TVR Cerbera 6.0 Swiss "Limit" Edition. The advertising points out this is a Dec. 2000 unit and with a very low mileage: 2.965 kms. Probably the Speed6 engine has been recently replaced with a Corvette V8, 6 litres, 404 hp. Furthermore, it's equipped with leather, clima and ABS. Visually you can notice some crucial aspects: new Read more [...]

TVR Find of the day: former Smolenski’s TVR Tuscan S MK2 with Left Hand Drive “was” for sale

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Former Nikolai Smolenski's TVR Tuscan S MK2 4.0 (s/n SDLEA16AX5B001033, engine n.P6404053) with Left Hand Drive "was" for sale at Alan Macdonald Sports Cars in Edinburgh. Surprisingly this Left Hand Drive example (car n.8 of the Register of TVR Tuscan with Left Hand Drive) "succeeded" in reach the north of UK and was for sale in Scotland. On the classified ad it was written this car was built in December 2004 and currently has run for only 12.000 kms. In the beginning this car had a CSI Read more [...]

Are you car n.40 of the Register of TVR Tuscan with Left Hand Drive?

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I would love to have been advised any time a TVR with Left Hand Drive changes its owner. That would be a great help in keeping on tracing on any unit. The Registers of LDH TVRs are a great service for sellers/buyers as they are THE ONLY ONES WORLDWIDE. They can be a strong push towards the rise of the LHD units as collectibles. For example: on Jan 4th 2012 someone took these images in Dusseldorf. They picture a TVR Tuscan MK2 with left hand drive and German plate (E: GB 71). Unfortunately Read more [...]

Into the wild: the TVR Tuscan MK2 LHD is gorgeous

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After having spent many many months at an independent dealer in Tuscany without anyone would become aware of her, finally a TVR lover saw this beautiful TVR Tuscan MK2 LHD. Car n.10 of Register of TVR Tuscan with Left Hand Drive (for a comparison look at the cockpit's trim & color) was finally shipped in northern Europe by his new, proud, and deeply in love owner. According to images, after some months with her preserving its pristine look, this wonderful Tuscan MK2 with Laser blu paint Read more [...]

EVERYODY FREEZE: here is unit n.69 of the Register of TVR Tuscan with Left Hand Drive

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I'm proud to announce that here we have car n.69 of the Register of TVR Tuscan with Left Hand Drive. This car was built, as the classified says, in May 2005 and has a reflex green paint. The cockpit shows white leather seats with dark green fabric. As the ad claims, this Tuscan S MK2 has run for a mere 34.500 kms and comes for 58.900 CHF which means 48.500 euros. That's an interesting price considering this is one of the rare 69 LHD Tuscans ever built (until new units will emerge from Read more [...]

NEWS on a TVR Tuscan MK3 Left Hand Drive (maybe the last one?!?) that was for sale in Belgium

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Thanks to the fundamental contribution of TVR Unofficial blog's readers, I can update regularly the blog with new info on the events of many cars. It's fair to say the TVR Unofficial Blog gives a great contribution for anyone who is looking for info. That's even more important as concerns Left Hand Drive units because they're so rare and prices are... "important" when they are on the market. This time I can give you new facts on car n.60 of  the Register of  TVR Tuscan with Left Hand Read more [...]

TVR Tuscan S MK1 Left Hand Drive in a gorgeous red livery: and with a new proud owner!

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Markus is the new proud owner of car n.32 of the Register of TVR Tuscan with Left Hand Drive, a great TVR Tuscan S MK1. This rare red example, was posted recently for sale here on the blog. He informed me he purchased the car in order to let me update the register. As I’m a journarlist and people of this professional category aren’t unable to mind their own business, my question was rather inevitable: “"WHY" you chose a TVR? Just for curiosity or you're a "serious" TVR enthusiast? And Read more [...]

TVR fruit salad: a TVR Sagaris or T350C with Left Hand Drive is for sale in Switzerland

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Maybe someone at M&B Automobile AG (former TGE, official Swiss TVR importer) forgot to use some tobacco for "what" he would have smoked. So here we have for sale maybe the strangest modern TVR  ever: it's a TVR T350 in the front, it's a TVR Sagaris in the back (without the rear wing), it has the last type of instrument cluster but the first kind of rear exhausts (the side ones). The funniest particoular is rearward "Sagaris" badge and "T350C" plate on the door sills. This very Read more [...]