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1962 Alvis TD21 Ser.1 For Sale

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  • £17,500 As stated
  • 1962
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Price £17,500 As stated
Ad Type For Sale
Category Classic Cars
Make Alvis
Model TD21
Year 1962
Mileage 68 miles
Country UK
Region Scotland
Telephone 01294 279134
Status Trade
Date 12-Feb-2021
Ref C1168708
1962 Alvis TD21 Series 1 for sale

Original 2993cc engine with Jaguar Moss gearbox with overdrive conversion

Also power-steering assistance from a modern BMW assembly

Extremely reliable and drivable car. Has attended AOC and general rallies all over the UK, and
has also travelled to Europe on at least 6 occasions for rallies such as the reknowned Crossing
Borders, based in Germany

Car restored in in mid-80's, but showing signs of tiredness to the body, and really needs
the sills done again, and the arches tidied up. The leather is original, and is looking quite
tired and would be best to be re-trimmed. The woodwork was also restored in the 80's
and is still in good condition. Chrome was replated in the 80's and is generally in good
conditon, although the rear bumper would benfit being done again.

Priced to allow you plenty leeway to rectify all these issues.

Currently SORN'ed and without a current MOT, although can be put through a test for sale
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