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TVR Tuscan 4.0 Speed Six for Sale £32,995
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TVR Tuscan 4.0 Speed Six (2001)
TVR Tuscan 4.0 Speed Six (2001)
TVR Tuscan 4.0 Speed Six, exclusively re-finished in Standox Red Rocket paint - a stunning colour that enhances the already dramatic lines of the MK1 Tuscan and really needs to be seen in person to fully appreciate the impact.

We have looked after this particular car since 2008, it has benefited from an In-House full engine rebuild at 30k miles, followed by a complete clutch renewal at 31k.

Toyo Proxes T1-R tyres on original spec Spyder alloy wheels finished in Black Chrome - complete the exterior. The original interior is Magnolia leather with Ruby Red.

There has been a No Expense Spared maintenance program carried out on this car over the tenure of the current owner.

Other notable feature's are the Nitron shock absorbers (rebuilt Oct 2014), and the clever bonnet hinged conversion.

With less than 42000 recorded miles, this Tuscan MK1 represents a potential investment opportunity as these early examples are steadily increasing in price.

We welcome viewings at our premises but please call beforehand to make an appointment.

Please note that the personal registration number is not included in the sale of this vehicle. Advert Date: 2017-08-09
TrackVRoad (Trade). Tel: 0845 0945 350. Clitheroe, BB7 1QU.
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Model History
1998: The original Tuscan concept car is shown at the Birmingham International motor show.
1999: First Tuscans go on sale in the UK after a huge number of deposits the following year.
2001: Tuscan R offered from TVR's motorsport division, in either fast road car or full-blown track racer. TVR offered up to 450bhp.
2002: The 390bhp Tuscan S is launched - effectively a better developed version of the earlier Red Rose cars.
2005: Tuscan Mk2 arrives. Power was pushed to 400bhp. A full convertible model was also offered for the first time.
December 2006: TVR goes into administration, and production is stopped.
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