TVR is a low volume British sports car. Road & Track magazine once called the TVR "a truculent Troll, a ferret with an oversupply of Y chromosomes". That's a pretty good description of a TVR.
This web site is primarily about TVRs in North America. TVRs have been available in this continent intermittently since Ray Saidel imported some chassis for racing in 1955. The last importer was John Wadman of Ontario, Canada.
The TVR Car Club North America is the Club for TVR, Griffith and Jomar owners in North America. The club publishes a news letter, "The TVR Times" about six times a year. "The TVR Times" includes technical tips, information about car shows, cars for sale, where to get parts and any other TVR information of interest. For a schedule of TVR related events, see the TVRCCNA web site.
The Griffith Club covers the 1960s Griffith, a V8 engined sports car derived from the TVR.
You can order it as "The Saint, Set 7 (1967)" from Amazon.com.
TVR Picture Gallery
TVR Picture Gallery page 1
The first TVR in the New World, the Jomar.
TVR Picture Gallery page 2
The V8 powered monster: the Griffith. (Updated)
TVR Picture Gallery page 3
TVRs in the 70s and 80s.
TVR Picture Gallery page 4
Out of the Woodwork and British Car Day.
TVR Picture Gallery page 5
Jack Griffith at Woodwork 99.
TVR Picture Gallery page 6
British Car Day 2000 in DC, the British Car Festival in Chicago and the only Cerbera in the New World.
TVR Picture Gallery page 7
British Car Day 2001 in DC.
The return of the TVR Car Club's annual meeting and sports car show.
Back Home 2002
A TVR Meeting in Britain and factory tour.
The TVR Car Club's annual meeting and sports car show.
The TVR Car Club's annual meeting and sports car show held in October 2003.
Out of the Woodwork 2004.
Martin Lilley, former owner of TVR is the Guest of Honor for 2005.
Pictures of Non-TVRs
From Past Woodworks
TVR Picture Gallery page 8
TVR Picture Gallery page 9
More Racing TVRs.
Terry Telke's factory tour.
TVR Parts in the New World
Companies that specialize in TVR parts.
Tvrs in Film
A TVR video, Movies, the Saint.
More Products for TVRs
Stronger Hub carriers for Griffiths and Vixens.
More Products for TVRs
Astrali steering wheels available in the UK.
Car covers for TVRs
Covercraft covers and where to get them.
Electric Engine fansWhere to find them. (New)
Part numbers and techincal information about Lucas parts used in TVRs. (NEW)
Books useful to TVR owners.
Books about TVR's donor cars .
Links to Other Places
Policies of this website.
Why we do things the way we do.
Mail to CRC
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