These are our (now amended) opening hours over the holiday season:
Now – Closed
2nd January 2013 – Open again!
Have a good one!
We’ve added a new badge to our list of TVR services – detailed chassis assessment.
Aimed at people who are either looking to buy a vehicle, sell a vehicle or perhaps just want piece of mind on their pride and joy, this service involves the following:
- *Vehicle lifted on to ramp in ‘wheels-off’ state.
- *Detailed assessment of outriggers.
- *Detailed assessment of main lower and upper chassis rails.
- *General under-body observations and recommendations including mechanical.
- *Written report detailing results of inspection. Can be paper-based or online.
- *Full size colour photos of chassis in detail (can be hosted online or copied to CD at no charge).
- *All reports are given a unique ID and records can be kept (at your request) in the event the report is misplaced.
The cost for this new service is £50 (inc. VAT). We ask that customers book their cars in with us in advance. Where possible, we will try to accommodate timings to suit (we realise if you’re arranging this on a car you’re interesting in purchasing some logistics will be involved!)
We invite you to (yet another) Chimaera project blog on our Facebook blogs page….only this one is different. This 1997 Halcyon Atlantis Blue TVR Chimaera 400, is our 1997 TVR Chimaera 400! It’s a 100,000+ Cat C write off with no service history whatsoever. It’s riddled with faults and things you should walk away from.
It’s to become our workshop demonstrator; we’ll completely turn this car around and use it to showcase pretty much all of our services in the TVR marketplace at various shows and events all around the country. We’ll also use it to test new developments (and also just for fun!) It’s going to be a long road and, following a completely biased Facebook vote it’s now going to be known as Rob!
To follow the trials and tribulations of such a project, follow our Facebook blog at www.facebook.com/SouthwaysAutomotive. You don’t need to be a member, or even a Facebook user to view it – it’s completely open access to the public.