34566 miles - £POA

Silver over Sky Blue two tone paint, black leather seats and black leather steering wheel, ambla interior, black Wilton carpets, walnut formica dash, laminated windscreen, two-speed wipers, individual heaters for both passenger and driver, period Radio but with I-Pod connection. Fitted with the correct 271bhp/315ft/Ibs Ford 289 HiPo V8 engine (0-100mph in 13.8 seconds, 160mph+ top speed), four speed Toploader gearbox, limited slip differential.

Extremely well known classic car that has featured in many TVR books and mainstream magazines including Classic Car, Octane, Classic and Sportscar, Practical Classics and Classic Car monthly. Appeared at Windsor Castle’s Queens Jubilee Tour D’Elegance; won the TVR Car Club Extravaganza Concours d’Elegance in 2007 and 2011; voted Judging Panels favourite car of the event at Angouleme 2014 Concours d’Elegance.

Eight owners. Two files full of old MOTs, service invoices, original buff log book and TVR Press Release for the 1967 Paris and Earls Court motorshows, two sets of keys. Subject to a 1992-1993 chassis-up rebuild by Nick Milner; and an August 2000-June 2001 David Gerald TVR £10k refurbishment and repaint. Over the years the car has incorporated several sympathetic improvements including: brakes; suspension; and enhanced radiator with fans and additional oil cooler - allowing the car to sit comfortable in hot modern traffic conditions, but retain the correct unbutchered bonnet and 6Ts looks. And it's the LWB version, so roomier inside, than say a TVR T350C.

Still in fanastic conditions with immaculate chassis and excellent paintwork. It's rare, depending who you believe, TVR only made 22 of these and only 11 in RHD; and this is understood to be the best remaining unmolested example.

This, a Sagaris, or a Cobra or an E-Type?

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08 Feb 68 - Registered as SKY 3 to Jim Goddard TVR Dealer/race driver
15 Jul 68 - Sold to Lord Thomas Hurst
?? Feb 69 - Re-registered as NVN229F and sold to Ronald Waterlow
29 May 91 - Re-registered to widow Ethel Waterlow
10 Sep 92 - Sold to Nick Milner
19 Aug 93 - MOT at 15919 miles Brine, Glos
02 Jan 00 - Sold to David Bowyer
27 May 00 - MOT at 22494 miles Eastlands, Cottenham
01 Aug 00 - Sold to Christopher Lowe at 22520 miles
05 Nov 04 - Sold to James Meldrum at 23412 miles
Finally, my photographs are just a bit pants! I found this one on the internet. If it is copywrited/yours and you want me to remove it, just say.
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