I think the value of a motoring builder has its own basis on the capacity to build race versions of its cars. After all first cars in history were race cars. Among English “small” builders, TVR was surely the most busy: people at Blackpool created the Tuscan Challenge, the Cerbera GT, the Cerbera Speed 12, the T400R (which attended Le Mans. And consider the TVR Sagaris itself: it was made as a road legal car but it was thought for racing purposes too (notice the bubble on the roof).Or consider that the TVR Tuscan itself (I’m boring, I know this) it’s considered as a “race engined car with leather seats and aircon”. That’s why every TVR owner has to feel extremely proud of owning such a car.