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Exterior Features

Interior Features

Mechanical Features

Date Registered    March 1982

Chassis                    4707FM

Mileage                   35,481

Exterior Colour     Blue with Cream band

SE Bonnet, SE rear arches.

SE split rim aluminium wheels

Interior Colour      Tan & walnut veneer.

Ford Essex V6

Engine Output     138 b.h.p.

Top Speed          over 121 m.p.h.

0 - 60 m.p.h. in 7.7 secs

4 Speed Manual

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TVR Taimar SE Spec 1982


Tan leather interior and Walnut dash

Brakes Wheels and Tyres

TR6 brake callipers and discs

Compomotive Split-rim alloy wheels

Car History

This Taimar was a special order in 1982.  The car is factory original,  Blackpool-built to SE specification without the turbo.  Sporting flared wheel arches, split rim Compomotive wheels, Walnut dash and a leather interior this classic was never damaged/abused and has 35,481 genuine miles with only two owners.

In 1985 the second owner placed the car in dry storage on blocks until we bought and collected the car in 2010. 

The interior needs only a clean and the webesto sunroof minor attention.  The chassis is in excellent condition, wish-bones and other components having only surface rust.  The paint work does have some micro-blistering on the front of the bonnet, all paint is original with no repairs.  All the wheels are in excellent condition including the original thiner Compomotive spare (a little space saving for under the bonnet).

The engine will need a good service and car generally recommissioning.  New brakes, discs and fluids.

This is a very original and exceptionally good condition for a 29 year old car, due to its storage history.

The M-Series made its’ public debut at the 1971 Earl’s Court Motor Show where a 2500M graced the stand. A new, longer two seater fixed head coupé body was evident but the key innovation was the new chassis. This had been developed by Mike Bigland, TVR’s Technical Director, with the aims of eliminating some of the problems of the old chassis whilst facilitating the fabrication process in production. As always a multi-tubular backbone design was adopted but using a certain number of square section tubes for the first time. New wishbones and rear hub carriers were designed whilst the front uprights and brakes were "borrowed" from the TR6.