I knew it from a private source. That’s both exciting and sad. It’s exciting because another Italian enthusiast choosed a TVR to feel special emotions at the wheel of a special car. Moreover it’s quite certain this is the only one TVR Tuscan Roadster that we have in Italy.
But it’s said because we’re treating it as we saw an animal we consider deceased. And it’s a shame that here in Italy where a certain generation built the most sensational racecars in the world (many decades ago, of course: Maserati, Ferrari, Alfa Romeo, Bizzarrini, Osca, Stanguellini, Ermini, Lamborghini, Lancia) TVRs are so rare.
Anyway: if any Italian TVR enthusiast reads us, please keep me informed on this jewel.