Concours-ready TVR Griffith Series 400 | Car Catcher

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Looking for a classic that’s ready for the show field straight out of the box? How about this 1965 TVR Griffith Series 400?

Built as the successor to the Series 200, the 400 made use of a Ford Hi-Po 289 V8–though this example has been bored out to 331 cubic inches. 

Said to have a well-documented history since new, the TVR also features an aluminum radiator, rebuilt differential and adjustable shocks.

Find this 1965 TVR Griffith Series 400 for sale from Wire Wheel Classic Sports Cars for $135,900.

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wspohn
wspohn SuperDork
10/7/21 11:15 a.m.

I raced an MG powered Grantura for several years. They had some interesting weak points and bits that broke off but were still a lot of fun.

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