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TVR,s Rumble through London and the ACE

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Now in its third year.Sunday saw the annual TVR London thunder.With a start time at silly o,clock,and lots of driving through London,and with the usual stop in Whitehall,it was then on to the ACE.

 

 

The meet point.Outside the 02 in greenwich at 0.430

 

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Someone getting out of shape at Westferry circus...

 

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Converging on Whitehall........

 

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A stop off in Battersea Park..

 

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And then on to the ACE...

 

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A very nice Super charger conversion on the Rover V8,by Racing Green Cars...

 

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Anyone know what model Triumph this is.....

 

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Some good photos there, is YUX your one?

What is the latest news about TVR, did Smallendski buy the remains from the receiver?

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Some good photos there, is YUX your one?

What is the latest news about TVR, did Smallendski buy the remains from the receiver?

YUX is mine.Smollenski still owns the rights to TVR.Various parts were sold off including the parts and engine business to TVR Power ltd of Coventry.Smollenski,along with his right hand man David Oxley,attempted a relaunch of TVR during the summer,with a rather subdued launch to some people from the press and invited guests at a venue in the north.They were displaying the re-launched Sagaris.Apart from re-working of the Speed 6 engine by Ricardo engineering and a different interior,the car looked exactly the same as when the factory closed in 06.It later transpired that the car on display,was infact a customers car who had payed for it in full before the factory went in to recievership and never recieved the end product.Hence why the soliciters are involved.Personally i cant see them coming back in the near future.But there are rumours that original owner Peter Wheeler is again taking a strong intrest.The cars still have a huge following.

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no sorry , seen some online tho, worked in body shop,trim,stores,machine shop,production line, over all the years ........made me ill that place.......................

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Hello the Triumph looks like an early speedtwin iron barrel etc pre 1953 i think sure i'll be shot down, and looks like a sprung hub

 

Regards HF

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