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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. ...

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 ...

First introduced in 1929, the Silver Eagle was much improved for 1934, gaining a stronger cross-braced chassis, larger 2.4 litre 6-cylinder engine and a new all synchro-mesh four speed gearbox. The Silver Eagle shares design features with the Speed 20 and is good for a top speed of around 80mph with ...

  • 02-Jul-2020
  • Lancashire
  • Private

Alvis 4.3 Litre Charlesworth Drop head Coupé. This Alvis 4.3 Litre from 1939 has been in the possession of the current owner since 2001. After the purchase, he drove it recreational for a few years until a visit to the International Alvis Meeting in 2004. Back from England, he decided to partly dismantle ...

  • 02-Jul-2020
  • Netherlands
  • Trade

Year: 1932 Coachwork: Wilkinsons Price: PLEASE ENQUIRE Originally fitted with 4 door Sports Saloon coachwork by Carbodies this particular car was ordered by Gaults of Glasgow and delivered new to Mrs M.D. Burdon- Sanderson of Muirtown, Inverness on the 8th September 1932. The original body was ...

Alvis Crested Eagle Special, year 1938. Chassis number 1326X. Colour dark red combined with a black leather interior. Black soft-top and tonneau-cover. This gorgeous Alvis Special was built on a 1938 Alvis Crested Eagle chassis in the years 2012 / 2013. The work was carried out by a renowned Dutch pre-war ...

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 ...

Model History Alvis Car and Engineering Company Ltd was a British manufacturing company in Coventry from 1919 to 1967. In the 1920s and 1930s, Alvis offered a broad model range, in which engineering innovation was always the forefront. For example, Alvis was the first company in the world to put ...

1933 Alvis Speed 20 SA Cross and Ellis Tourer According to the history file and a copy of the original factory build sheet, this Alvis was delivered from the factory to coach builders Cross and Ellis, to be fitted with an open four-seater tourer body from new. The original colour being black with ...

1930 Alvis Silver Eagle 16.95 Clubman DHC The first six-cylinder model from Alvis made its appearance in 1927. The 14.75 Six displaced 1870cc and offered flexibility and smooth running. These were the objectives of the six-cylinder model, rather than increased performance. Towards the ...

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Alvis Speed 25 Brooklands Special, year 1937. Colour pale green combined with black wire wheels and a tan leather interior. This fine Alvis Speed 25 Brooklands Special was based on a chassis which was sold new, with a Charlesworth saloon bodywork, to Glasgow on October 31, 1936. The first registration ...

Chassis number 8539 Registered 13th December 1930 With Coventry number VC6754 The last time VC6754 was offered on the open market was 1975, amusingly it was via an advert placed in ‘Motor Sport’, which stated no phone calls, and the purchaser should make formal contact by letter only to make ...

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. ...

Year: 1931 Coachwork: Carbodies Engine: 1645 cc Price: PLEASE ENQUIRE Originally a TJ 12/60 saloon dating to 19 May 1931 this car was rebodied in 1955 with a Carbodies Beetleback body (No 2648) from TK 12/60 Car number 13713 (November 1931) after the latter was crashed by the then owners nephew. In ...

The Alvis 4.3 is the epitome of pre-War British sports cars and this is one of the best available. It is capable of over 100 mph and a 0-60 acceleration of around 10 seconds, an amazing performance for a car made over 80 years ago. Alvis produced 166 4.3 chassis over the period 1936-1940 of which ...

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