Built in 1972 by Lt. Commander Clinkard RN, a famous Alvis competitor and builder of Alvis Specials.
Full history since 1972 known.
Originally a 1934 Silver Eagle saloon, the car was built as a Special capable of circuit racing, sprints, speed trails and hill climbs. The car has proved very quick and has been well placed in the Pomeroy Trophy many times by its former owners.
The car would lend itself well to long distance endurance rallies.
All aluminium body, not pretty!
Engine, originally built fitted with 3.5 litre Speed 25, then changed back to original Silver Eagle engine (2,362cc), but block changed to Speed 20 which increased cc to 2,762 cc to qualify for under 3 litre classes.
Gearbox, Alvis Speed 25 all synchromesh.
Fitted with Salisbury (pre war Jaguar) axle with 3.77 ratio.
Brakes, hydraulic all round.
Suspension, Leaf spring (as Silver Eagle original) with Luvax Hyde units on rear and friction disc on front.
Wheels 16" wires.
Tyres, Avon Racing "Turbospeed Mk4" 600.
Fuel tank, 12 gals.
Engine rebuilt in 1980s with lightened flywheel, special profiled camshaft and raised compression.
Much history in file.
1938 light blue Alvis model Speed 25 known as a drop head
coupe. reg FLP 75 . The car has a full history from original owner and excellent provenence. In good condition and used in the summertime and the occasional classic car meet. Taxed and Motd in runing order. 3.5 litre engine, charlesworth .....
1936 Alvis Crested Eagle saloon. 2.7 litre 6 cylinder 4 speed synchromesh gearbox. Totally original condition, never restored and beautifully patinated. Mechanically sound and ready to drive. Black coachwork, brown leather interior. Exported new to Australia in 1936, imported back to the UK in .....
Original Alvis Eagle SG 16.95 in fantastic condition !
The Alvis Owner Club confirmed that this car was the last but six of a model designated SG 16.95 also referred to as a Silver Eagle. The car is equipped with a 6 cylinder engine developing 65 HP (2362cm3).
Coachwork was of a style referred .....
A series 1 car, 4 speed manual gearbox in a stunning period colour. An older restoration but well preserved and looks fantastic with that light metallic blue coachwork with matched leather interior and carpets.
Bodywork is not concours but good all round with only slight blistering in just a couple .....
For sale – 1935 Alvis Speed 20 SC Vanden Plas 2-door sports.
Chassis number: 12128
Alvis Speed 20 SC Vanden Plas-2 door sports.
Black coachwork with dark red leather and carpets and black hood. Freshly re-trimmed.
Coachwork recently rebuilt and re-finished.
Hydraulic brake system with .....
This Alvis framework Nbr 10243 was born in England in 1932. During quite a number of years, this prewar years sports car did live at the Antipodes of Europe, in Australia.
During the years 1960, Paul Chaleyer from HVR rebuilt the car. The framework was shortened in order to be able to reduce the wheel-base .....
Bodywork: Cross & Ellis
A unique opportunity to purchase this historic Alvis ‘works’ 10/30 with a fully documented competition history. Manufactured in February 1922 it carries the original Cross & Ellis Sports Tourer with Dickey coachwork. The car, which still retains all its original .....
Coachwork: Cross & Ellis
Price: PLEASE ENQUIRE
First introduced in 1936, the Speed 25 Alvis was given universal approval by the motoring press. Of the 391 chassis built most were fitted with Charlesworth saloon coachwork, but this example is one of the 39 chassis fitted with tourer body .....
1937 | ALVIS 12/70 | SPECIAL COMPRESSOR BOATTAIL
The Alvis 12/70 was built in various body variants, as a sedan or - like the car offered here - as a Boattail, which is also approved for the 'Mille Miglia'. The engine of the Alvis 12/70, with overhead camshaft, was also used in many later Alvis vehicles, .....