The story of the TVR Griffith is now stuff of legend. Supposedly, or so the story goes, North American racing driver and TVR USA importer Gerry Sagerman was having his personal race car, a MkIII Grantura, fettled in the workshop run by Jack Griffith at the same time as former TVR racer Mark Donohue was having his AC Cobra serviced there. Allegedly, Griffith’s mechanics swapped the engines “because they could” and although the transplant didn’t quite work, Griffith liked the idea and he then made it work with a fully engineered version. The original TVR Griffith was born.
Here we present both a race prepared Griffith 200 with a tuned 289 HiPo engine that has enough power to worry a competition Cobra and a base model road going car with a Ford 289 producing around 200HP.
Panel beater - pctm_00
Chief Mechanic - Abbo90
Paint Technician - Andy-R
Original sounds by Kunos Simulazioni
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TVR Griffith 200 1.1
lightweight fibreglass-body 60's sports car.