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11:00 am Club Spring Picnic @ Outing Club
Club Spring Picnic @ Outing Club
Apr 20 @ 11:00 am – 3:00 pm
Location: The Outing Club in Aiken, SC. The Outing Club is located, appropriately enough, on Outing Club Rd which is off the 118 By-pass about 2 miles from USC Aiken. The entrance gate (33.595227, -81.762587)[...]
6:30 pm Dos de Mayo Dinner Meeting @ Mi Rancho
Dos de Mayo Dinner Meeting @ Mi Rancho
May 2 @ 6:30 pm – 8:00 pm
Where: Mi Rancho’s Downtown Augusta – map Join us when we beat the Cinco de Mayo crowds for Mexican food on the Riverwalk in downtown Augusta. You know the drill, show up, chat and eat,[...]

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1963 TVR Grantua: Eye Candy

Gregorie Desmons has always had a sensitivity to the aesthetic elements of life, and so for him the first impulses to own classic sports cars came from the question of form rather than horsepower. Though many will argue that art following its purest definition shouldn’t be concerned with anything practical like transportation, we all know the truth to be otherwise…

Don’t forget to hit the CC button to get the English subtitles.
(The next one will be in English. I promise.)

See the photoshoot and read more here: https://petro.li/TVRGranturaGallery

2 comments to 1963 TVR Grantua: Eye Candy

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  • Karen Breitinger

    As a related subject, I was watching season 2 of the Grand Tour (starring the Top Gear guys). One of their guests was an ex factory worker with TVR, who talked about the sometimes crude messages that would be left on various parts of the car for the next man on the assembly line. Interesting tidbit if you buy one – check under the carpets for a message.