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Alvis Speed 20 by Charlesworth For Sale (1936)Please click on the link above to our direct website, for more photos & copies of documents
The Speed 20 was introduced in 1932 & ceased in 1936. Manufactured as a 6 cylinder car, producing 87hp with a lowered chassis & triple SU carbs, resulting in an engineering masterpiece of it's day. This car being a 1936 car the final model the SD (produced as SA, SB, SC & SD) & is one of the last produced cars of only 1165 total Speed 20's ever built.
This Cars History
The car is known to the Alvis register & paperwork from them & a car build record sheet confirms the car left the factory with the following details:
Engine Number - 13758
Chassis Number - 13308
Car no - 18317
Colour - Black
Body Type - Speed Saloon
Trim - Brown Leather 10/35
Coachbuilder - Charlesworth
Being an SD model the car came with larger fuel tank, wider body & the option of a longer 3302mm wheelbase.
The car today is not only sporting the same matching numbers & body type. Its is sporting the same colour & we believe it to be mostly original trim, however doors cards are believed to have been replaced. The car has been re-introduced to it's original registration with the aid of the Alvis club.
The car was delivered new to Brooklands Motor Company in London on 06/08/1936.
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An interesting item in the history file is what appears to be the original handbook priced at Seven Shillings & Sixpence
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Today the car is in great shape. The paintwork is blemish free & the chrome-work is great. The interior is very original & the engine starts with ease. We welcome any viewings & enquiries.
The car has only just arrived & will be updating the description & photos shortly.