The two British brutes have been in kept dry storage since 2001 and each have just one mile on the clock.
The two Chimaera 400s have been up for sale for roughly four weeks, and, according to the dealer, are attracting a lot of interest. One is in blue and the other in grey and both are right hand drive convertibles and priced at £29,990. They remain in unused condition, but have undertaken minor repair work after their return to the UK.
Managing Director at Strattons, Alex Ball told Car Dealer: ‘I bought the two cars in Cyprus, which have been dry stored since 2001 in what is obviously a nice dry climate.’
Ball added: ‘They are two very interesting cars, which you simply wouldn’t find again. We’ve had interest in them worldwide, from South Africa to Hong Kong and interest is growing.
‘It’s important to remember these cars haven’t been registered yet. They’re essentially brand new cars and if registered today, they’d be on 13 plates, which you could say would make them the newest TVRs on the road.’