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The T-series 21, which was produced in various variations from 1950 to 1967, was the last series of Alvis. The vehicles had a 3l six-cylinder engine. In 1953, the TC21/100 replaced the TA21. It was given the additional designation 100 because of its top speed of 100 mph. A sporty sedan with traditional design, also called ...


Genuine 100bhp 100 mph saloon in stunning condition, beautiful in two tone paint with matching leather interior, coachwork by Mulliners. Originally owned by L.G Harris Ltd of paint brush fame, present owner has detailed the whole car, and refurbished the brakes and heater. Interior is immaculate with a feeling of great ...


Alvis TA 21 Drop head Coupé 1951 (Convertible) by Tickford. " life is to short to drive boring cars " More info? Tel +31622556263 Jan Augustijn Rare Alvis TA 21 Drop head Coupé 1951 (Convertible) by Tickford. Car nr: 24369. Engine nr: TA21-24827 A pleasure to drive, this very nice and special Alvis. This ...


This is a beautiful Alvis TC21 3,0 Special. With a rolling chassis from 1955, including the engine and 4 speed gearbox. The body was built in the Netherlands in 2017. There is a extensive picture file of this project. The craftmanship that you need to build a car like this is getting very scarce. The model of this ...

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Although the TA21 looked very similar to the TA14, it was a bit of a quiet engineering revolution. Its centre section was carried over from the TA 14, but new, more rounded wings with rear wheel covers and fared-in headlamps were fitted, bringing the styling up to date. Under the skin the TA21 benefited from new ...

New Zealand

Probably the most sought after of the TA/TC models built by Alvis post war. Originally a 100 mph car (still gets close) sporting a straight six twin carburettor three litre engine. This car received a very expensive total restoration many years ago which was photographed (part of car's history file) at every stage. Today ...


two Alvis TD 21 cars dismantled into parts for rebuild one fixed head one drophead one chassis renovated and perfect. both cars were pretty much complete when dismantled so there should be 2 of everything.. bodies engines gearboxes etc one front end is fibreglass the other is steel. aluminium doors largely in boxes ...


Rare opportunity to own a stunning example of an alvis grey lady, tc 21 100, 3 positioned drop head coupe by tickford coachwork. Professionally restored and owned for 21 years. used for shows, weddings, trips abroard, drives superbly, smooth and quiet, with light steering. ash frame professionally replaced. new floor ...


1952 Alvis TA21 Mulliners Saloon. Left Hand Drive. One of 17 examples left in the US according to the Alvis Owner Club. Only 168 known worldwide from a four-year run of 1003. Originally dispatched to Fergus Motors, New York City with most ownership history recorded. Older concours-winning restoration in good running condition, ...

United States of America

57.950€ Specifications Bodywork Length: cm (in): 467 (184) Width: cm (in): 168 (66) Height: cm (in): 159 (62.6) Wheelbase: cm (in): 282 (111) Weight: kg (lb): 1510 (3330) Mechanics. Displacement: straight-six 2993 cc (183 cu in) forward Valve gear: 12 Fuel system: 2 Solex carburettors Gearbox: 4-speed ...


Full history known. Total body off restoration in the late 1980s, photographs available in car. In very nice condition throughout, no rust, excellent underbody. Super mechanically, with good Grey Lady performance and handling. Now in dark blue, was originally black. Original registration. Sunroof. When ordered ...

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Picture of 1965 ALVIS TE21 SERIES 111 5 SPEED, PAS For Sale

The Alvis Three Litre Series III sports saloon or drophead coupé, also known as TE 21, was produced by Alvis between 1963 and 1966 with a body built by Mulliner Park Ward. It was an updated version of the 1958 TD21, still utilising the earlier three-litre, six-cylinder engine but with a few upgrades and producing a ...


This reasonably priced car provides a first step into the prestigious Alvis fraternity. This Alvis was returned to the road three years ago following a lengthy restoration project which included: rust repaired, timber treated, new aluminium rear mud guards and spats, bare metal repaint, brightwork rechromed, seats ...


Beautifully restored and in wonderful condition. The car number is 24416. The body is by Mulliner. The car has an interesting piece of history - it took part in the 1953 Monte Carlo rally and was driven by three ladies (see pictures). The car is in Cape Town, South Africa. We appreciate that buyers outside of South ...

South Africa