The sharpest-driving TVR of the 1990s is the most sought after by classic buyers, which has helped to drive prices upwards. Back in 2002 – barely a year after production ended – prices for the earliest cars had bottomed out at around £14k for good examples. Values have steadily increased since then, with TVR’s 2007 closure helping to cement the Griff’s appeal to the wider classic market. Prices have picked up particularly sharply over the past five years– and in turn it’s pulling up values of its Chimaera cousin, too. We reckon Griffith values could climb even higher, because a market that loves V8 classics hasn’t had access to it yet. With the earliest Griffiths now hitting 25 years old they’re legal to import into the US. The Griffith’s rarity and status as the Chimaera’s sharper cousin also make it popular here, so we wouldn’t be surprised to see more of them hitting £30k.