Octane classic car specs
1972-1977 TVR 1600M
Cleverly restyled from the waist down, the M-series TVRs (the M is for TVR boss Martin Lilley) were wider and nine inches longer, mostly in the nose, and built on a dynamically improved, stronger and better protected chassis. Still using the Capri GT ‘Kent’ engine, the 1600M was a poor seller compared to its more powerful brethren and was dropped in 1973 after less than a year on sale, but reintroduced with a mild restyle and bigger alloys in 1975 in the wake of an energy crisis. The return of such concerns once again makes the 1600M an interesting alternative.
Independent, double wishbone, anti-roll bar, coils springs
Independent, double wishbone, coils springs
rack and pinion
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