1993 TVR Chimaera V8 4.0 5sp Manual "NOT A REPLICA"

US $25,500.00
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Tucson, Arizona, United States

Features and Specifications

Make: Replica/Kit Makes
Model: Chimaera
Type: Convertible
Year: 1993
Mileage: 92000
VIN: SDLDCC4P1RL011023
Color: Green
Engine: V8 4.0
Cylinders: 8
Fuel: Gasoline
Drive type: RWD
Drive side: Right-hand drive
Vehicle Title: Clear

1993 Replica/Kit Makes Chimaera

For Sale is my real and legally imported 1993 TVR Chimaera. The car was purchased fromAmore autos ltd in Bristol and was imported in January of this year. It is a right hand drive. The sound of the car is amazing and one of the reasons why these cars are known worldwide. These cars are made out of a fiberglass body and is paired with a powerful V8 engine with a 5 speed manual. The car starts right away, shifts smoothly and runs amazing. This car is meant to be driven and it is a blast to drive. It gets a lot of attention as most people have never heard of this manufacturer. Please contact me to schedule a showing of the vehicle. I am selling because I just purchased a Porsche GT4. I have the title in hand from the state of Arizona. It is listed under replica cars, as Ebay does not recognize the VIN number. Please message me with any questions you may have.

TVR Chimaera 400
MODEL HISTORY
TVR is an independent British manufacturer of lightweight sports cars with powerful engines. The company was, at one time, the third-largest specialist sports car manufacturer in the world. The abbreviation TVR stems from the name of the company's owner Trevor Wilkinson.
The Chimaera was first produced in 1993. The name was derived from Chimera, the monstrous creature of Greek mythology, which was made of the parts of multiple animals. The car was designed by Peter Wheeler, John Ravenscroft.
The Chimaera was based on the Griffith's running gear and chassis but was fitted with a softer suspension set up, with Bilstein dampers and a rear anti-roll bar. The car was originally provided with a 4-liter or 4.3-liter version of the Rover V8, axle fitted to the Griffith. There were about 6,000 produced in total.
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