It is with heavy heart that we have to inform you that the SuperCat, is no more. Production officially ended on 31st December 2014.
SuperCat ceases production as of 31/12/2014
More info on this can be found on a direct link to our SuperCat info page, here: http://www.southwaysautomotive.co.uk/supercat
There is good news to report, too. We have decided to expand the parts resource for the Cat for 2015, as well as working to improve and innovate the original design. This means existing cars and owners already out there will still have our full support in staying on the road!
To kick-off the New Year, we have some exciting news to share with you. Southways Automotive has launched two discount schemes, both coming into effect 01/01/2015!
TVR Car Club (http://www.tvr-car-club.co.uk/index.asp) members will now be eligible for up to 10% discounts on TVR fixed-service prices, as well as 10% off our regular hourly rate (normally £45p/h + VAT). A valid membership card is required for all transactions, and we reserve the right to verify membership with the club HQ at all times. Please contact Richard at Southways Automotive for more info.
In addition to the new TVRCC membership, we are also delighted to announce ourselves as an official supporter of the Defence Discount Service (https://www.defencediscountservice.co.uk). This offer is available to Serving Armed Forces, Reservists, Veterans, Forces Family Members, Cadets (over 16), NATO personnel serving in the UK and MOD Civil Servants. Being a neighbour of the HMS Collingwood Naval Training Centre, not to mention the nearby HMS Sultan and Portsmouth Naval base, looking after any member of the Armed Forces should be a priority for any company, and we’re happy to have ‘joined forces’ with the DDS. The scheme will entitle any holder of the DDS card to 10% off fixed-price servicing, as well as a 10% saving on our normal hourly workshop rate. This discount is available to all makes of car and repair work. It only excludes fixed-price operations, such as TVR chassis refurbishment work, mock-IVA tests, rolling-road dyno runs etc. Please contact Richard at Southways Automotive for more info.
Please bear with us regarding certain features of this website. Through the coming 2-3 weeks, our entire website is being updated and improved, and some pages may become temporarily unusable through this time.
If you require any further assistance, please feel free to contact us. Our email system will still be receiving throughout the festive period.
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This is a live link-up to our Facebook page, which is updated much more regularly than this website landing page. Of course, for details on pricing and services offered you’ll want to keep browsing this site, but for more up-to-date info on current goings on at Southways, these links will take you directly to the relative posts on our page.
Alternatively, you might be interested in viewing some of the build blogs on offer. You don’t need to register anything or join Facebook, it’s on all public view:
ADD Nova rebuild (ft. Subaru Legacy 2.5 engine conversion): https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.473051329444529.1073741828.114076275342038&type=3
TVR V8S Full Chassis Refurbishment: https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.573300736086254.1073741835.114076275342038&type=3
Hillman Imp (ft. Citroen Saxo VTR engine conversion): https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.377896038960059.88154.114076275342038&type=3
TVR Griffith 430BV Full Chassis Refurbishment: https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.513806468702348.1073741832.114076275342038&type=3
More albums containing blogs on further TVR models, as well as an EVO200 kit car, Ford Sierra XR4i and even a Moss Monaco can also be found at: https://www.facebook.com/SouthwaysAutomotive