Welcome!

Welcome to the internet home of the TVR Car Club of North America, a 501(c)7 non-profit organization chartered in the state of Ohio. We are an organization supported by dues paying members who are charged with promoting the TVR marque, driving our cars as often as possible, and having a good time doing so!


From the President

There will be an informal gathering of TVR club members at the Vintage Festival at Watkins Glen Sept 3-7. I will be racing the MGB. A great weekend, lots to do and see.
  —Tony


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Bob Salem's award-winning EV-converted TVR 280i drag racer.

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So why do you have this page?

If you've found our page you're probably here for one of two reasons: 1) you're a TVR owner looking for a community of owners willing to help each other and have fun, or 2) you heard the name TVR or saw one and wanted to learn more about these rare British cars. If you're part of the first group, why not sign up for a membership and then check out our technical articles available to club members. If you're part of the second group, you can start with "What's a TVR?" and work your way through some information on the various models and history of TVR in North America. Either way, thanks for checking out our site and we hope you find what you're looking for.


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


President's Corner

Greetings TVRCCNA members,

Well another Out of the Woodwork is history. All in all a great weekend. Everyone seemed to enjoy themselves and everything well. The tour on Friday had to make numerous detours due to flooded roads and washed out bridges. There were those who took their TVR's out on the tour to brave the high water in places. I wimped out and took my truck. I was the sweep so that if anyone needed assistance I could tow them out with the truck. The tour stopped at the antique car museum in Hershey. The featured show was Motoring Mysteries of the Far East. Very interesting lots of Japanese imports from the 60's and 70. Our lunch stop was at a small out of the way car-hop style eatery. Great burgers and shakes. All made it back to the hotel damp but having enjoyed the day. On Saturday the weather gods smiled on us and no rain!!! It was sunny with a nice breeze. At final count we had 35+ TVRs on the show field. Not bad, but I think we can do better next year. There was more interest in our cars than last year and we signed up a few new members as well. The regalia business was brisk and Hayden said he sold out of a few items. As we did last year there were awards for Triumph.MG, Austin Healy and other British. I have gotten emails and phone calls thanks the Club for the awards. I think it's a great PR move. Back at the hotel the bar opened at 6:30 and was very busy. The banquet went off at 7 . I would like to comment that the food was not as good as it was last year. I have spoken to the hotel about. Colin again graced us with his auctioneer skills and was presented with an engraved auction hammer. The auction went well raising monies for the Clubs coffers. And it didn't drag on forever. There were a couple of new awards this year. There was one for the Canadians honoring their supporting the American beer industry and a Longest distance traveled that went to Wilhelmus van Stejin and who traveled from Holland to attend WW 14. All the Woodworkers were acknowledged with a little thank you trophy. After the banquet everyone retired to the bar to hang out. I want to thank everyone who attended WW 14 with or without a TVR. Without you guys there is no Club. As I write this the wheels are already in motion for next years WW 15 at Carlisle. See you next year.

  -Tony Hess