his car is truly one of a kind. The Griffith 500 has to be seen and heard to truly appreciate. The car was registered by Mole Valley TVR in May 1997. The services have been carried out at TVR and established specialists, this is supported with a huge history file and 15 stamps in the original book.
INTERIOR: Cream leather trim complimented with black carpet. All leather in good condition with no rips.
EXTERIOR: The car has undergone a registered colour change to Storm Trooper white which was the last owners preference! Along with this, SE Spec alloys and a sports exhaust, this car looks and sounds brutal! The car also benefits from Nitron Shocks which have been set up for fast road driving, so the car handles beautifully!
HISTORY: The TVR Griffith, later models being referred to as the Griffith 500, was a sports car designed and built by TVR starting in 1991 and ending in 2002. Like its forerunner namesakes, the Griffith 200 and Griffith 400, the modern Griffith was a lightweight fiberglass-bodied, 2-door, 2-seat sports car with a V8 engine. Originally, it used a 4.0 L 240 hp (179 kW) Rover V8 engine, but that could be optionally increased to 4.3 L 280 hp (209 kW) in 1992 with a further option of big-valve cylinder heads. In 1993 with a TVR-developed 5.0 L 340 hp (254 kW) version of the Rover V8 became available.
Imperial Blue, Magnolia upholstery, Blue carpets piped in Magnolia, Fantastic history with a recent bill from TVR Power totalling to £8000 with many upgrades and replacement parts including Gaz shockers,.....
Mileage : 35 000 kms
First registration date : 30/07/1993
Color : Blue
Interior color : Black
Power (kw) : 206
Power (cv) : 280
Cubic capacity : 4300
Number of cylinders : 8
Fuel type : Petrol
TVR Griffith 500 SE, number 4 of 100.
Starmist Blue - Cream Leather - Dark Burr Walnut Veneer Dash.
Full and comprehensive TVR History.
Big 12k service carried out less than 500 miles ago including.....
TVR made much of the fact that at the 1990 NEC Motor Show an order was taken every 8 minutes for their new Griffith - it's a testament to both John Ravenscroft and Peter Wheeler who penned the design,.....