TVR S-series

S1, S2, S3/S3C, S4C & V8S 1986 to 1994

TVR S-series S1, S2, S3/S3C, S4C & V8S 1986 to 1994
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Format: Paperback / softback, 64 Pages
ISBN: 9781787112902
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Description

Purchasing a TVR S-Series needn’t be a daunting proposition. Led by a voice of experience – someone who works on these cars on a daily basis – this guide is the perfect accompaniment when viewing and buying one of these hand-built sports cars. A TVR S-Series could be a potential bargain and, having this guide in your pocket will greatly improve your odds of finding a good one!
Packed with good advice, including a comprehensive evaluation system, this book considers running costs, paperwork, vital statistics, valuation, the TVR community, and whether a TVR S-series will suit you and your lifestyle. This is THE COMPLETE GUIDE to choosing, assessing and buying the car of your dreams.

The author

Growing up near Southampton in the 1980s, Richard Kitchen became obsessed by all things automotive. A love of TVRs turned into a business when he took over the running of Southways Automotive Ltd in 2012, which is now a renowned classic TVR specialist. The father of three boys, and husband to a long-suffering wife, Richard has restored, or had a hand in the body-off chassis restorations of many TVRs over the past few years. He has owned one of the last TVR S1s produced since 2013, and previously owned a Chimaera 400. He has also contributed short articles to Practical Classics and Citroënian magazines.

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Specs

Format: Paperback / softback, 64 Pages
ISBN: 9781787112902
Illustrations: 95 color & b-w photos
Size: 5.5 in x 7.7 in / 139.7 mm x 195.58 mm
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