TVR was one of the UK’s sports car specialists, making low volume cars with powerplants from popular makes. For many, this 1975 2500M hits the TVR sweetspot, its 2.5 liter (hence the “2500”) Triumph engine smoother and more powerful than previous 4-cylinder engines, and more livable than the 289 Ford V8 crammed into the car by American Jack Griffith (and sold as the Griffith in the US, as a TVR in the UK). Another trivia note: “TVR” is a condensation of founder Trevor Wilkinson’s first name.
This is a 56,000 mile car in very nice shape, although we’d personally pass on the red highlights in the interior. That’s easily changed, though. Genuine Minilite wheels and a UK flavored fabric sunroof make this rare car an appealing alternative to the standard MG or Triumph.
Find this 1975 TVR 2500M with Triumph TR-6 power in Calgary, Canada, here on eBay.