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Lightweight Breathable Cover - TVR T400R/440R Deters vandalism. Protects against frost, snow, tree sap and birds. Gives UV protection. Protects against knocks and...
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Lightweight Breathable Car Cover - TVR T400R/440R
Lightweight Breathable Cover - TVR Tuscan and Tuscan S (New Shape) Deters vandalism. Protects against frost, snow, tree sap and birds. Gives UV protection. Protects...
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Lightweight Breathable Car Cover - TVR Tuscan and Tuscan S (New Shape)
Lightweight Breathable Cover - TVR Tuscan V6 (1969 - 1971) Deters vandalism. Protects against frost, snow, tree sap and birds. Gives UV protection. Protects against...
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Lightweight Breathable Car Cover - TVR Tuscan V6 (1969 - 1971)
Lightweight Breathable Cover - TVR Tuscan V8/V8 SE/V8 SE LWB (1967 - 1970) Deters vandalism. Protects against frost, snow, tree sap and birds. Gives UV protection. ...
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Lightweight Breathable Car Cover - TVR Tuscan V8/V8 SE/V8 SE LWB (1967 - 1970)
Waterproof Half Cover - TVR T400R/440R Fully waterproof fabric. Heatproof - keeps interior cool in summer.  Keeps frost off your windscreen and side mirrors.  ...
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Waterproof Half Car Cover - TVR T400R/440R
Waterproof Half Cover - TVR Tuscan and Tuscan S (New Shape) Fully waterproof fabric. Heatproof - keeps interior cool in summer.  Keeps frost off your windscreen and...
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Waterproof Half Car Cover - TVR Tuscan and Tuscan S (New Shape)
Waterproof Half Cover - TVR Tuscan V6 (1969 - 1971) Fully waterproof fabric. Heatproof - keeps interior cool in summer.  Keeps frost off your windscreen and side...
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Waterproof Half Car Cover - TVR Tuscan V6 (1969 - 1971)
Waterproof Half Cover - TVR V8 SE (1968 - 1970) Fully waterproof fabric. Heatproof - keeps interior cool in summer.  Keeps frost off your windscreen and side...
£41.50
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Waterproof Half Car Cover - TVR V8 SE (1968 - 1970)
Waterproof Half Cover - TVR V8/V8 SE/V8 SE LWB Fully waterproof fabric. Heatproof - keeps interior cool in summer.  Keeps frost off your windscreen and side...
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Waterproof Half Car Cover - TVR V8/V8 SE/V8 SE LWB
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The TVR Tuscan has gone through two major iterations in it's life, the original 1967 model and the more modern "speed six" version that was launched in 1999 and continues to be a popular sports car to this day. The original Tuscan was a sublime example of a front engined rear wheel drive British sports car, and it was produced until 1971 in Blackpool in the United Kingdom. Two engine options were initially available for buyers, a sporty V6 and a more powerful V8, and between the two different types of engines nearly two hundred individual examples were produced.

The V8 model of the original 1967 model Tuscan was the first version available, it was powered by a small block Ford V8 almost identical to those used in early Ford Mustangs. This was a powerful and reliable engine that could push the Tuscan to a top speed of over 150 mph. Disc brakes were provided front and drums to the rear to help stop this high performance vehicle. The V8 was eventually discontinued in favour of the V6 which produced much less horsepower but was still able to push the vehicle to suitably high speeds whilst being more economical to run and maintain. Eventually this early version of the Tuscan was discontinued to be replaced by the TVR Vixen.

In the late 1990's TVR announced that they were bringing back the Tuscan name, and between 1999 and 2006 they produced a large number of "speed six" Tuscans that are still popular sights on the roads to this day. This time around TVR offered a much more comprehensive choice of engines for the Tuscan, ranging from a 3.6 litre 350 bhp model through to a 4.2 litre 440 bhp version. Apart from a small number of aerodynamic tweaks the vehicle remained essentially unchanged throughout it's production run, and even the second version of the new Tuscan featured relatively minor cosmetic changes.