TVR Car Club North AmericaPreserving the "true spirit of driving" since 1981.
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!
At the request of several members we have put together a 2015 TVRCCNA wall calendar for Regalia. The calendars are listed in the store now and will be received on 17 December, so if you order now we can ship it the same day we receive them and you should have it by Christmas. In addition, we're putting them on sale through December 31. Pick up a calendar for your TVR driver today!
It's time to get ready for elections for the 4 elected officer positions (President, Vice-President, Secretary, and Treasurer) in the TVR Car Club of North America. In addition, we are looking to spread the Appointed officer roles among more club members. Please click here to nominate yourself for any of the elected or appointed officer positions. Note that you can only nominate yourself–not others–and you can only be nominated for one elected position even though you can express interest in multiple appointed positions. Voting will take place at the 2015 Out of the Woodwork Banquet in Carlisle, PA. The club cannot operate without the dedication of the volunteers who serve in officer roles, so we thank you in advance for your willingness to serve.
Bob Salem's award-winning EV-converted TVR 280i drag racer.
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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.
To all the TVRCCNA members and their families,
At this time of year when most of us have put our TVRs away for the winter, our thoughts turn to Holiday gatherings with family and friends. Some of us have probably asked Santa for something TVR related. Perhaps some TVR regalia (wink, wink, nudge, nudge) or some part or parts needed to complete a repair. Now is the best time to that long awaited maintenance or upgrade.
On a Holiday note, did you know that before Santa got his sled and reindeer he delivered presents in a TVR. I don't remember the model, but I do know it was a convertible and it was red (no Rob it wasn't your car). He really liked the handling and the amount of presents he could stuff in the boot and the space behind the front seats. Yeah is was a little sketchy in the snow, but he didn't mind as TVRs are so much fun to drive. In the off season he has a real problem with elves taking the TVR for late night joy rides after a night of heavy drinking. Nothing like a drunk elf at the wheel of a TVR! Things were going fine until the press got wind of this. The media hype was brutal, so bowing to public pressure Santa opted for a more Holiday correct mode of transportation. Santa was bummed as well as the elves, but there wasn't anything they could do about it. So if you ever get up to the North Pole there in the back of Santa's workshop is a neglected red TVR. Now don't feel bad because the elves still drink too much and take the TVR out for joy rides, Santa does too, but he misses the Christmas Eve present run. That being said I want to wish everyone a very safe and Merry Christmas and a safe and Happy New Year.
PS Rudolph's nose was Lucas powered hence the flicker...