TVR Wedges

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TVR Wedges is a commonly used name for a series of wedge-shaped sports cars built by British specialist sports car manufacturer TVR between 1980 and 1991. There were 2-seat convertibles and 2-seater or 2+2 liftback coupés, with four-, six- and eight-cylinder engines from a variety of manufacturers. The name refers to their sharp-nosed angular shape, particular to the late seventies when they were designed.

The Tasmin name was used on most of the 200 and 280i TVRs, as well as for early 350i versions.

TVR's Wedges
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TVR Tasmin 200
1981-1984
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TVR Tasmin 280i/TVR 280i
1980–1987
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TVR 350i/350SX
1983–1989
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TVR 350SE
1990–1991
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TVR 390SE
1984–1988
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TVR 420SE
1986–1987
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TVR 400SE/400SX/430SE
1988–1991
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TVR 450SE
1989–1990
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TVR 420 SEAC
1986–1988
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TVR 450 SEAC
1988–1989