TVR Chimaera 450 PAS
Estoril Alloys - Leather Inner Doors - Brushed DashLast owner 11yrs
Registration: 2000 X
Colour: Brilliant Silver Metallic with Nimbus Grey and Flint Ambla
Location: Leicestershire, but off to Devon for prep soon...
TVR Chimaera 450 PAS – 2000/X
There is always a subtle difference between an original, well cared for car and a car that’s had to be brought back to that standard.
This car is one of those that you only come across maybe once or twice a year in this job.
Lovely and fresh, obviously loved and cherished.
The car is so nice we’ve decided that although the chassis is rock solid, we are going to have our TVR Tech fit our made to measure outriggers, and new shocks and springs. We do this on a regular basis, feel free to contact us for a chat about what’s involved.
450 with PAS. Just 36,200 miles, just 3 loving owners, the last of which did 21,000 of those miles over 11yrs.
It’s only been used in the dry weather, it’s always been garaged and kept under a cover.
Armourfend covers the front, flanks and archs, and has been fitted from new.
Specced with Estoril, ‘Griff wheels’ from new, steel dash and leather door cards. It’s a beautiful example of a late Chim 450.
Contact Ed for more info.
The exterior looks fresh and the protection offered by the armourfend has helped to keep this car looking very fresh.
It certainly does not look like your average 18yr old TVR.
The interior looks very modern, and the dash suits the colour-scheme perfectly.
There is very little wear to the seats or leather door cards.
The rear window was replaced in July ’18 and as yet…has not been folded!
The engine bay is very tidy and honest. There are no oil leaks on the valley or rockers and it’s all dry and lovely.
Our TVR tech will be going through everything and checking in detail for any requirements before sale to the next lucky owner.
An example of a previous chassis outrigger job on a Chimaera.
You’ll notice we fit full length, bespoke outriggers.
We do not fit off the shelf/half outriggers, or sleeve them as this is a low standard of repair in our opinion and should be avoided.