Mike Luck, who owns CWR, told the TVRCC:
'This new partnership is an exciting chapter in the history of both businesses and will go a long way to guarantee a successful future for all concerned'. David Gerald is the acknowledged pre-1980 TVR specialist and customers come from far and wide to have their cars serviced and refurbished by them.Earlier this year CWR completed the build of a race car based on a 1967 wide bodied Tuscan which ultimately lead the company to design a ‘revised’ road going version called the Titan.
'We can now combine the engineering and build expertise of the CWR team with the sales knowledge, customer base and service facility of David Gerald, to bring the Titan to market.
Although progress on the Titan is behind schedule due to us having a very busy season with race customers, not to mention moving the business to larger premises, there is still continued interest in the retro looking sports car from home and abroad'.
Mike got to meet many TVR owners when he joined Doug on the David David Gerald stand at the recent Classic Car Show at the NEC.
'There are a lot of TVR car fans out there who have expressed a real interest in our new business so we will be announcing a date for an open day around spring next year where visitors will be able to take a look round the race shop, service centre and see the Titan as it is being built. This merger secures the longevity of the dealership and opens up some great opportunities for our customers, we will now be able to offer services such as suspension and brake up grades, engine tuning, complex engine transplants and left hand drive conversions as many TVRs do get taken abroad'.
The TVR Car Club