From the earliest specials built in the early 1950s by founder Trevor Wilkinson to the latest muscular supercars, TVRs have always stood out from the crowd. TVR: All the Cars provides a model-by-model appreciation of each generation of the Blackpool marque's products, all of which have been test-driven by the author, who is delighted to confirm that a modern Sagaris shares significant DNA with a straight-six Vixen of 1972, although the Sagaris is somewhat nippier. The chronological coverage of each car, usefully peppered with inside information, is complemented by a look at TVR’s racing endeavours and an insight into the world of prototypes, pondering the ‘might-have-beens’. For would-be TVR owners there is an in-depth look at the practicalities of buying and running a TVR to suit any budget, and an appendix provides historical and practical information about the engines used by TVR over the years. Essential reading for all TVR fans and sport car enthusiasts. In this smartly designed book, by an obsessive TVR enthusiast, each model is described and illustrated, with details of development, evolution and specifications--and along the way the sometimes subtle differences between variants are untangled.