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TVR Griffith 500 for Sale £18,980
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TVR Griffith 500 (1994)
TVR Griffith 500 (1994)
TVR Griffith 500 in Avus Blue, Magnolia FULL hide with blue piping, Blue carpets, Blue hood that has been replaced since new, Engine rebuild by V8 Developments (the only people for a TVR V8 rebuild) which included new liners & the MC1 Cam, Griffith private plate, Leven Techonolgy upgrades throughout including the alloy dash and full switch gear, Upgrade dials, Clear lense repeaters, Surrey Targa roof section, Silicon hose upgrades, Battery charger & Anderson connector fitted, Pre Cats removed, New tyres recently, Fantastic history portfolio, This car will not be around for long....Great investment opportunity! All of our cars are 100% HPI clear and come with a comprehensive prestige nationwide warranty. Part exchange welcome, Finance packages arranged to suit all needs.

All our cars are supplied with a comprehensive warranty and are checked HPI clear. Advert Date: 2017-07-02
Britannia Cars (Trade). Tel: 01909 561711. South Yorkshire, S25 3QT.
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Model History
1990: Griffith revealed at the British Motor Show, based on the chassis of the V8S model.
1991: First deliveries of 4.0- and 4.3-litre models. Production cars use a development of the Tuscan racer chassis.
1993: Griffith 500 introduced with 340bhp, brake/suspension upgrades and catalytic convertors.
1994: All models change from the Rover SD1 gearbox to the BorgWarner T5 unit.
1996: Speed Six models announced with TVR's own straight-six engine, but it never enters production.
2001: TVR announces the end of Griffith production.
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