A TVR chassis like all other steel chassis' can suffer badly from corrosion, especially along the outriggers (the parts of the chassis that extend from the central backbone section to support the body, seats, battery etc.), which are more exposed to the elements. Often the original powder coating can look intact and okay but the extent of the corrosion only becomes evident once this is scrapped off.
It is better therefore to try and attend to any chassis corrosion as soon as possible, before it spreads beyond visible areas above the outrigger tubes and they become corroded beyond repair and need to be replaced.
We recommend that you have your chassis checked for corrosion regularly to avoid unnecessary expensive bills. By simply scrapping, painting with quality chassis paint and waoyling, your TVR chassis will be fine for many years.
If however the corrosion has gone too far, Techniques can repair or replace your chassis outriggers or even replace the complete chassis.