Mr. Marshall Moore, President at TVR Car Club of North America, send me some interesting images about a TVR brochure of the past.
Following the images published some days ago about TVR brochures, here are some scans of an early TVR Saloon brochure from the 1950s.
As you can see, the cover shows the first kind of TVR emblem, in my opinion a baroque style than the current one. The cover itself tell us the address of the company: Beverly Groove in Blackpool. In the following pages there are three interesting images: a TVR model (but I’m honest, I cannot recognize it!) a complete chassis with suspensions, steering and wheels and a genuine steel frame structure (whom you could purchase separately to create your own car). In the last page, a Pirelli Tyres advertising. It’s fine to see that Italy gave a small contribution to TVR cars since the beginning.
If you have some TVR brochure to share with “us” TVR enthusiasts, please, feel free to send an email.