TVR 2500M
TVR 2500M
Technical Specification

Mark & Model TVR 2500M
Year 1975
Registration plate UK & Jsy
Chassis Number 3376TM
Engine Number CF28561UE
Engine Capacity 2498cc
Transmissions 4 Speed Manual
Mileage TBC
Body style Coupe
Interior color Tan leather
Exterior color Mist Green
Seating capacity Two
Wheels and Tyres Alloy
Asking Price £27,950
The TVR M series was built between 1972 and 1979. The series replaced the outgoing TVR Vixen and Tuscan models, and is characterized by a common chassis and shared body style. As with other TVR models before and since, the M-series cars use a front mid-engine, rear-wheel drive layout and body-on-frame construction. The bodies themselves were built from glass-reinforced plastic (GRP). The M series was regarded by contemporary reviewers as being loud and fast and having excellent road holding. This came at the expense of unusual ergonomics, and heating and ventilation systems that were sometimes problematic. The series includes the 1600M, 2500M, 3000M, 3000S, and Taimar, as well as turbocharged versions of the 3000M, 3000S, and Taimar. The first model to start production was the 2500M in March 1972, after being built as a prototype in 1971. A small number of 5.0 L Ford V8-powered cars were finished or converted by the TVR North America importer; these were sold as the 5000M. A total of 2,465 M-series cars were built over the nine years of production. Because of the hand-built and low-volume nature of TVR production, there are many small and often-undocumented variations between cars of the same model that arise due to component availability and minor changes in the build process.
First registered as KCW 918N in April 1975, our TVR 2500M comes with a comprehensive history file, detailing service and maintenance since the early 1980’s, together MOT history confirming the mileage covered over the same period. The car was extensively rebuilt in the mid to late 1980’s, and there is a detailed breakdown of costs expended to May 1987 at which time the mileage stood at 77988 miles. The work carried out is identified by schedule supported by the receipts and invoices in the history file, following the restoration the TVR stayed within the same family until 2015, when it was bought by Old English Classics.We purchased the car in early 2019. In extremely good condition with a detailed history file, we are currently recommissioning the car after a few years of limited use. The TVR drives presents very well, it is an attractive design set off by eye catching colour of mist green.
The body work is in extremely good condition finished in the original TVR colour of light metallic green the car is complimented by extremely good looking alloy wheels
Finished in excellent condition tan leather and matching deep pile beige carpets.
Based on Triumph TR6 mechanicals the normally aspired engine performs very well driving through the standard TR6 gearbox. A more detailed breakdown of work carried out will be available when the recommissioning has been completed.
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