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Vintage 1924 Alvis 12/50 SB model
The Alvis12/50was introduced in 1923.First models were designated SA or SB and had a 1496cc OHV engine which was carried in a subframe bolted to the chassis. Brakes were on the rear wheels only. All models .....
Alvis 12/50 Sports Special Competition Car (1931)
1931 Alvis 12/50 TJ short wheelbase lightweight two-seater Sports Special PVT VSCC car
SUPERCHARGER, 2" SU & MANIFOLDS ALSO INCLUDED : Volumex supercharger - fully rebuilt with all new seals and bearings
Alvis TG 12/50 cross and Ellis Dr. Coupé (1932)
Alvis two tone grey, was illustrated on 1969 Broucher at Crystal Palace.
Very interesting history. Perfect running car. Rebuilt after the 1950, an exceptional looking car. Offers around £48,000.
1927 Alvis 12/50 TG beetleback
Very handsome polished aluminium beetleback bodied car. Car originally had a Carbodies sports saloon body, but current body fitted in the early '60s. Longterm ownership before I acquired the car 2 years .....
1931 Alvis 12/50 TJ 4-seat tourer
Restored many years ago and fitted with replica Cross & Ellis narrow tourer coachwork.
Mechanically well sorted.
Good performance with handling to match.
Alvis 12/50 TG Beetleback (1927)
REG.NO. YT7393 CHASSIS NO. 5541 CAR NO. 10866 ENGINE NO. 7315
This is a very attractive car which was comprehensively rebuilt about 6 years ago, and fitted with a new replica body ( rare enlarged .....
1931 Alvis 12/50 TJ 2-seat tourer & dickey
A very well maintained and tidy motor car, with expected 12/50 performance and road manners.
Sold new in Scotland, original registration.
Nice post-war history.
1931 Alvis 12/50 Special
Built up as she is today in the 1950's and 60's by Alistair Templeton.
Twin SU carbs.
Light, fabric covered 4-seat touring bodywork.
Performs well, as a 12/50 should.
1924 SB12/50 Ducksback by Jarvis
Price: PLEASE ENQUIRE
Dispatched 10th April 1924 to the dealer J. H. Galts Ltd of Glasgow. Originally fitted with 4 seat De Luxe tourer body by Cross & Ellis, this was .....