Model:  Pre 80s       Wedge       S Series       Griffith       Chimaera       Cerbera       Tuscan       Tamora       T350       Sagaris 
TVR Chimaera 450 for Sale £17,995
TVR Chimaera 450 (1998)TVR Chimaera 450 (1998)TVR Chimaera 450 (1998)TVR Chimaera 450 (1998)TVR Chimaera 450 (1998)
TVR Chimaera 450 (1998)
TVR Chimaera 450 (1998)
TVR Chimaera 450 finished in Halcyon Atlantis with Magnolia half-hide trim, Cream carpets and Black hood. Fitted with all of the usual Chimaera specification including Power assisted steering, Autoclose windows, Remote central locking/alarm, Wood veneer dash panels, Alloy switchgear, Rear speakers, Up-rated head unit, etc. Full and complete service history from new with 14 stamps in the service book. We carried out a full service around 4k miles ago and replaced all of the springs and dampers with the latest spec. Bilstein/Eibach combination.

Basically a really well sorted Chimaera in a very nice colour combination with arguably the most desirable engine option, all this car requires now is the next enthusiastic custodian to enjoy the TVR experience! Part exchange, warranty and finance facilities all available. Please dont hesitate to call for any further information.. Advert Date: 2017-07-19
Hexham Horseless Carriages Sportscars (Trade). Tel: 01434 601666. Northumberland, NE46 3EW
View Dealer Stock
Visit Website
Contact the Seller
More TVR Chimaera for Sale
Model History
1992: Chimaera introduced in 4 litre and 4.3 litre guises.
1994: Gearbox changed to Borg Warner T5 unit and 5.0 litre and 4.0 HC engines become available.
1996: Models receive facelift with the most notable changes to the front grille. 4.5 Litre engine introduced. Roll bar becomes optional extra.
1997: Tail lights changed to bespoke TVR design (previous item was off a Fiesta).
2001: Covered headlights introduced.
2003: Last Chimaera rolls off the production line with approximately 5200 cars built.
Buyer and Seller Advice
Action Fraud
Checks when buying a used car
Vehicle Safe Trading Advisory Group - VSTAG
TVR WebMart is never involved in sales transactions.
Back to the Top