What is a 3000ML
Produced for only one year between 1973 and 1974, the 3000ML was a special luxury version of the 3000M that included a walnut veneer dashboard, leather trim, Wilton carpets, electric windows, sunroof, and high-backed seats of a style different from those found in the standard cars. It also featured extra soundproofing and a roof liner made using West of England cloth.
About the Car.
According to the records held by TVRCC only 21 3000ML were made and my car is build number 11. The records show that there are only a handful left on the roads.
The previous owner of the car carried out a full restoration of the ML commencing in December 2014 and was completed in August 2015 where it was taken to the Pre-80’s and duly won the award for Best Restoration. There is a full article in Sprint March 2016 detailing the work carried out.
In brief the car has a new chassis which was shot blasted, hot zinc primed and then powder coated. All the suspension arms were replaced, and new bushes fitted the diff and gearbox were re-conditioned and the engine has been re-built with a Kent 234 fast road cam. The heads are mated to a fully balanced short motor.
No part of the car has been left untouched in fact I have a 4 page print out itemising every part and its cost that went into the restoration. Which I’m happy to share with any interested parties.
I acquired the car in December 2016 and have covered about 7k miles in that time including two trips to the Spa Classic and numerous TVRCC events in the UK. The car has never missed a beat requiring only routine maintenance (oil and filter changes) and the addition of fuel.
I am only selling this great car to fund the purchase of another Pre-80’s TVR otherwise she would be staying.
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