DescriptionWhat a wonderful example of a car that is now becoming rare and sort after in its own right - The TR7 V8 "Grinnall"
This car started life in 1981 as a standard 4 cylinder TR7. It stayed in that spec for 7 years until 1988 after covering 25,000 miles when it was then sent to Grinall to undertake a full V8 conversion. The conversion consisted of maintly power and mechanical improvement including the fitment of the Rover 3.5 V8 engine, Power assisted steering, braided brake hoses, vented brake discs and 4 pot calipers, Spax suspension upgrades on the front and rear amongst other items.
When the conversion was undertaken ( due to the installation of a new engine) the mileage when then reset to zero. As a result the mileage now reads a genuine 42,000 miles.
Overall the car is a very nice spec. The interior presents extremely well with half cloth interior, motalita steering wheel and a crack free dash! The exterior is also excellent while being fitted with a blue mohair hood which suits the interior trim wonderfully while also contrasting against the white coachwork. The car is also fitted with TR8 spec wheels.
Other than the spec the car has also been extremely well looked after - This is obvious when you begin to look into the vehicles vast history file consisting of various invoices for maintenance work, Orginal document wallet and service book along with lots of old MOT's too.
This car will be subjected to a full health chaeck and service carried out by TR Enterprises at the same time as a full 12 month MOT being added too.
A Genuine Grinnall TR7 V8 without the big body kit!