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|18th October 2006, 23:51||#1|
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TVR to move to Europe
Well there goes another small British car maker. TVR was one of the nice brands for sports cars even if it was eccentric & unreliable. But they did produce some very stunning, powerful & fast cars. The British Auto cottage industry has been dying a slow death over the years but TVR was a company surviving for a long time & was recently starting to produce better cars with improved technology under the new Russian boss.
Sad to see it go from Britain, hopefully they'll exist in the long term elsewhere so maybe one day people like us can experience what owning a TVR is like.
P.S. Since diwali is near so God if you're listening I wouldn't mind a Red Sagaris please (with the side facing exhausts though!)
|19th October 2006, 00:06||#2|
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they make one of the most beautiful cars, sad to see the british hand made cars being lost to expected machine oriented europe.
|19th October 2006, 02:15||#3|
Join Date: Apr 2006
Location: Windsor, Canada... But still a Bombay-Boy at heart !!!
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Noooo!!! I am absolutely heart-broken .... NOT TVR !!!!
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