Rare Alvis Sports Saloon from 1936. The Alvis company produced high-quality, technically advanced sports cars. Between 1936 and 1939, 521 pieces of the Silver Crest model were produced. Now only a small amount is in operation, especially in the version of the Sports Saloon with a more powerful engine. Engine in-line six-cylinder OHV with a displacement of 2762 cm3, power 92 hp, three SU carburetors. Length 4.7 meters, width 1.8 meters. Fully synchronized four-speed transmission, wood interior trim, independent front suspension, integrated Jackhall hydraulic wheel lift. It needs to be revived after standing in the museum. It is mobile with a newly adjusted engine, including carburetors.
Recommended - welcomes transmission bearing replacement, rear-wheel centering and resealing rear axle comparison)
Viewing is possible anytime.
One off Vanden Plas coachwork.
Current (second) owner since 1949
Matching numbers throughout
Factory build sheet
Original engine taken out and rebuilt in the 1980s. Only recently.....