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!
Apologies for the delays getting updates on the website, as well as in advance for any trouble emailing us in the next week or so. Google has discontinued the email product we use for all of the club's email and we are in the process of moving to a new server, which is taking all of my spare time. As soon as I get the email moved I will be able to post new classified ads, update the members database, etc. Thanks for your understanding.
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.
Mark Schaefer's 1971 TVR Vixen 2500.
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Well it's that time of year when we should be dusting off our TVRs and getting them tweaked and tuned for the upcoming driving season. Things didn't work out that way, but it does give us extra time to address those things that we have been putting off fixing. I for one have been in my shop since the Covid thing hit with a fix list for our cars, and yes I'm doing stuff that I have been putting off doing. There hasn't been much, if any Club activities going on such as the breakfasts and the show in North Carolina. Hopefully things will get back to normal before the summer is over. We are still looking for a professional web designer to update the software for our web presence, so if you or you know someone who might be interested let me or Hayden know. This will be a paid job unless someone really wants to donate their work.
Some of you have been contacting me about Bill Rachal at Dominion Spares. Yes he is still alive and yes he will be getting back up to speed as our TVR parts supplier. As to Out of the Woodwork 2020 as far as I know we are still on. Watkins Glen track is currently closed, but supposedly is going to open back up mid July. I will know more as I have two races there mid and end of July. I still don't have the Grantura race car put back together as I am still waiting for my new race engine. Hopefully I will have it back and in the car by Woodwork . If not I will be racing the B. I haven't heard anything from our host hotel, one way or the other. I have been in contact with John Mleczek and he is still planning on coming over as our guest for Woodwork. He has told me that he has been gathering lots for cool and interesting TVR related stuff for the auction.
We will try to keep you updated as to what is going on on our Facebook page and at tvrccna.org. And as always if I can be of any TVR related help, don't hesitate to contact me.