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1960 ALVIS TD 21 FHC For Sale

ALVIS TD21 FHC 1960: Silver with Maroon hide interior. Manual gearbox. Webasto sunshine roof. Supplied new to Jersey (CI), last owners since 1975 with masses of historical paperwork. Reserved.       

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