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Vehicle Overview

In November 1966 TVR presented the Tina at the Turin Motor Show. The car was based upon the Hillman Imp, and as was characteristic of TVR’s at the time, it retained many of the component parts of the ‘Donor’ vehicle, which is of course how TVR got it’s reputation for being a kit car. This model was a 2+2 convertible sports car and was designed by Trevor Fiore. The body shell was built by Carrozzeria Fissore in Italy, and uncharacteristically for TVR, this was made of steel. However, the steel construction was only for the benefit of the prototype, as in all probability any future production models would be made from reinforced glass fibre, as TVR did not have any body pressing capability.

This was actually the second version of the Tina Spyder with a different front which was changed due to the U.S. safety regulations.

Technical Specifications

  • Body
  • Year
  • Make
  • Model
    Tina Spyder
  • Coachbuilder
  • Length (mm)
  • Width (mm)
  • Height (mm)
  • Photo credits
  • Engine Type
  • Designer
    Trevor Fiore

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