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Leaving the factory on 21. 11. 33 one of only six Mayfair 3-position DHCs produced the car was purchased by Miss Sylvia Abbey of Haywards Heath. A number of subsequent owners saw the car grace the Isle of Wight, USA and recently Southern France. One of five known survivors it runs well , the six cylinder engine pushing out 87 bhp to reach 90mph.. Well maintained and resplendent with its striking two tone coachwork.
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Year: 1933 Coachwork: Marshalls Engine: 2511cc Price: PLEASE ENQUIRE The Speed 20 SB introduced the all-synchromesh gearbox complementing its powerful straight six 2511cc engine This car was supplied chassis only to agent Charles Follett of London on 9th. October 1933 with subsequent coachwork by Marshalls of ...
- 13th Apr 2021
This unique and special 1935 Alvis Speed 20 “Tourer” was re-bodied some 30-40 years ago to the specification of the then owner. It started out in life as an Alvis Speed 20 Sports Saloon, which for the basis of the current bodywork. The modification encompasses a partial re-body. Up to front windscreen the original ...
- 3rd May 2021
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1934 Alvis Speed 20 SC Vanden Plas tourer. Chassis number: 11939 Registration number: BUV276 Dipatched from the Alvis works in October of 1934, chassis number 11939 was fitted with a Drophead Coupé body by Noted Coachbuilders Vanden Plas. Later in the cars life this was cut down to convert the car to ...
- 23rd Apr 2021
Alvis Speed 20 SA Open Tourer, year 1933. Chassis number 1018X, engine number 1063X, car number 1532X, Vanden Plas body number 198X. Colour two-tone blue combined with a red leather interior and a black hood. This magnificent Alvis Speed 20 SA Open Tourer was sold new in Great Britain where it was registered under the ...
- 6th Apr 2021
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1934 Alvis Speed 20 SB Cross and Ellis Sports Tourer. Chassis No. 16251. Green coachwork with red leather interior. A car with great potential. Original Cross and Ellis body. Altered running boards and rear wings. Not used for a few years but regularly used up to 2016. Great value and a great opportunity. 2.5 Litre 6 cylinder, ...
- 8th Apr 2021
1932 Alvis Speed 20 SA – VDP Tourer – Registration HKK 643 Chassis: 9886 Car number: 14611 Engine number: 10337 Gear box number: 9889 The Alvis Speed 20 is a British touring car that was made between 1931 and 1936. It went through four variants coded SA to SB. The engine for the Speed 20 was a heavily modified ...
- 15th Apr 2021
This exceptional Alvis Speed 20 SC Charlesworth Bodied Saloon has arrived with us from Hampshire in exceptional condition. This is an incredibly special car with a combination of great qualities. WD 9131 presents superbly with an excellent chassis, superb body with gleaming paintwork, excellent brightwork and the most ...
- 11th May 2021
YEAR: 1934 COACHWORK: VANDEN PLAS ENGINE: 2511cc PRICE: PLEASE ENQUIRE Leaving the factory on 4th May, 1934 for Charles Folletts of London this Vanden Plas Tourer was first purchased by Miss Ruby Paton of Murrayfield, Scotland. Some six owners and over 80 years later finds the car languishing in a lock-up garage, ...
- 22nd Apr 2021
1940 Alvis Speed 25 SC – Charlesworth Sports Saloon – Registration EVC 564 The last Speed 25 made the last pre-war Alvis built Chassis: 14689 Engine number: 15173 Car number: 20375 Specification: Six cylinder in line, bore 83mm, stroke 110mm, capacity 3,571cc, 25.63hp. Three SU carburettors, four speed all ...
- 7th May 2021
One of only two Charlesworth Fixed Head Coupes on the SB chassis the car was supplied by Galts of Glasgow on 5th May 1934 to first owner James Knox-Fletcher of Ayrshire. Subsequent owners saw the car reside in Denmark ,Germany and Switzerland being consistently used for distance touring. Following a thorough restoration ...
- 14th May 2021