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TVR Griffith 400 PURE V8 Sound!!!

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I have filmed a tvr griffith 400 which was a limited run car made throughout 1965, this specific car has a 4.7 litre v8 producing 440bhp launching it to 155mph plus, only 59 were ever produced and can cost up to £100,000 nowadays. This car was built by TVR to be a cobra killer and as you can see in this video it kept up with it well! 😀 PLEASE COMMENT, RATE AND SUBSCRIBE!

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Ole Vik says:

the Ford V8s sound so good, better than the chevys imo. Awesome TVR!

Bill Dumas says:

If there ever were cars that looked more bloodthirsty than the Griffith 200 and 400, with performance that rivaled the Cobra, I can't name them. However, thanks must be given to the Brits for the terrific Grantura and AC Ace bodies that spawned these demon cars.

Baz82 says:

love me a 400. sounds and look amazing 

thesantiso says:

You goddamn retard motherfucker, you omit the fact it has a FORD 289 engine. So, being a Cobra killer… I don't know about that. If you don't build your engines, you don't own the car at all. English pieces of shit cars are overrated as fucking hell. Now, there are some really good jewels around the british cars, like some of the Jags, and TVR's

This slice of paradise This sacred throne of Kings says:

Last time i went there it was absolutely pissing it down 🙂

This slice of paradise This sacred throne of Kings says:

Is this at Oulton Park?

andreas TVR says:

perfect, If you do not like it anymore let me know. i will buy it

graham w says:

TVR forever ! Looks and sounds gorgeous. 🙂

shaun tvr says:

you can beat that engine sound

Lancs63 says:

Actually I appreciate you putting it on here, it's my car and we went on to win the race 🙂

Lancs63 says:

Lovel car, lovely sound. Although this is a full race FIA car run by nigel reuben and it has 440 BHP and it was catching that cobra in wet practice

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