1986 TVR 280i
TVR replaced their long-running M-series with the wedge shaped Tasmin in 1980, available in both two-seat coupe and convertible form, with the convertible allowing for top-up, top-down, and Targa-style configurations courtesy of a smartly designed center roof panel. Oliver Winterbottom of Lotus fame designed the body, which sat on a steel tube frame. By the time the Tasmin reached the U.S. in 1983 it was called the TVR 280i.
This 1986 TVR 280i Convertible is in Red with a Black leather interior and burled walnut trim. 2.8L , Ford V6 engine. 4 Speed manual transmission. 49,924 miles. Power windows. Cassette player.