It was me. I've had 2 TVR's, a Tuscan and a T350C. Both fantastic, ZERO reliability problems for me, although not everyone is so lucky. I can't wait for them to come here so I can get another English car in the garage. Then I'll start saving for the Aston. Damn, my country makes some fiiiiine vehicles!transio said:i think it was speedracergirl
TVR History in North America and the USA...pinmagic said:TVRs were sold in the US a while back -- mid-80s, perhaps??? A Dodge dealer in Rockville, MD, used to sell them. Or, more appropriately, not sell them. When the marque folded here, the dealer was stuck with a lot-full of TVRs. I recall going in about 2 years later, and asking to test-drive one. The salesman told me he'd have a hard time finding one with a good battery, but he did.
I asked "what model year is this". His response? "Whatever year you buy it, that's the model-year we put on it." So I guess I could have had the US's only 1985 TVR (or whatever year that was)!
I took the car for a drive, and I recall being very unimpressed with the build quality. The pop-up headlights fluttered in the breeze as we drove, and the whole thing just underwhelmed me. But it was a nice-looking car!