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Ref. 01467 May 1936. Alvis Speed 20 SD Charlesworth saloon/ tourer conversion. Chassis number 13058. Original build sheet details available. Recently awakened from 40 years slumber in storage and now starts on the button. On SORN and garaged again. For restoration or 'oily rag' use. Some history available. £27,500.00.
Ref. 01466 Former member offers: Alvis TC21/100 Grey Lady DHC Tickford 1955. OGE 428. Engine25511,Chassis 25511; 83,169 miles. In family since 1960. Fully original, documents,tonneau,many spares. New exhausts and last driven 1982 then stored for restoration. Usual rear end rust. Time and age (mine) now force reluctant sale. Deserves effort/TLC to realise the beauty it is. In Fife. Sensible offers please.
Ref. 01465 1960 TD21 Series 1 DHC for sale at £79,500 Registration 3266 MC - Chassis No. 26368. Subject to an extensive program of restoration, supported by over £30,000 of invoices, with specific attention to the chassis, chrome, interior trim, mechanicals, bodywork and a complete respray. Finished in burgundy red, a new hood and light grey leather interior, this is a very well maintained and in exceptional condition. Current MoT and V5.
Ref. 01464 1951 TA21 Tickford drop head coupe. Gray lady head, new crankshaft and new brake cylinders all round. New radiator and a high ration differential for effortless cruising. Petronics ignition in distributor so no starting problems. Excellent tyres. Good history. I'm reluctantly selling as it's difficult to manage two classics on a pension - will consider any sensible offers around £35,000.
Ref. 01463 1928 FWD Alvis 12/75 Front Wheel Drive, Chassis 7321, Engine number 7660, Car #12009 - Sold from the agent's stand at the1929 Melbourne Motor Show and then fitted with a body built by Martin and King. Recent engine rebuild with new steel rods converted to slipper bearings. This car is a well-known Australian car with photographic evidence of competition history. The provenance is well known (all owners) including the opportunity to correspond with the grandsons of the car's original owner and the son of the second owner. The car is probably the most original example of this model in Australia. Price as is where is (Adelaide South Australia) Aus$130,000.
Ref. 01462 ALVIS TD21 SERIES II 1963 # 26949. Midnight blue with grey leather. 5-speed ZF 'box. Works upgrade to TE mechanics (130 bhp), unleaded head, Kenlowe fan, full-length Webasto roof. Owned since 1995. This is an exceptional, potentially show-winning car which has had a £50,000+ (receipts and photos) ground-up restoration to concours standard including ash frame repair and proper lead-loaded panel work, five new stainless steel wires/tyres, new carpets and trim, repolished wood, all parts either restored original or correct replacements. You can hear the but coming: the restoration is 95% complete (please ask for remaining snagging list, it's not scary), the work's been painstaking but slow and disablement now means I very sadly won't be able to drive the car when it's finished. Talk on £34k, view at the restorer's in Lancashire.
Ref. 01461 1965 Alvis TE21 - Recent, long-term owner (1973-2016). Chassis 27235, first registered: Feb 65. BRG with dark red leather/ new wool carpet - History file with papers from 1973 & boot full of spares. Well maintained by the previous workshop owner, she starts nicely and is driving very well - £37,500 ovno. Mark Knight on: 07791 417256 or Mark@retromarques.co.uk(T).
Ref. 01460 1934 Alvis Firefly DHC- KV 7063 - Regretfully for sale following accident to left knee and now unable to cope with double-declutching. Fabulous restoration by previous owner with new paint, interior and everything re-chromed. Brakes overhauled by Red Triangle 2016 - Red over black with aluminum bonnet and really eye catching. Steering box overhauled with new cross shaft as per club safety advice - £44,500.
Ref. 01459 1932 Alvis TG12-50 Dr Coupé Cross and Ellis two tone grey was illustrated on the 1969 Alvis brochure at Crystal Palace. Very interesting history. Perfect running car. Rebuilt after 1950s. An exceptional looking car, offers around £48,000.
Ref. 01458 1948 Alvis TA 14 Mulliners Saloon, RHD 22560 - Excellent opportunity to purchase complete one of these sought after post war saloons. Approx 60% restored with over £4000 plus countless hours spent on a meticulous ground up chassis and engine restoration. Body is in primer and numerous other items have been restored to a very high standard ready for reassembly. £6000 o.n.o.
Ref. 01457 1936 Firebird - 13600. Strong runner, bodywork very good. - Available in Sidney, BC, Canada in April - Price - US$ 28,000.
Ref. 01456 TD21 Drophead Coupe, original L.H.D. first registered in France, 4-Speed Overdrive, P.A.S. Dark Green, Black Mohair hood, extensively restored including a full engine rebuild by Red Triangle, rallied in Europe, China and South America. A fabulous car that looks absolutely stunning, £99,995. Full details www.byroninternational.com www.byroninternational.com or telephone 01737 244567 (T)
Ref. 01454 ALVIS TB14 for sale - bad back forces sale! After 40 years of restoring an Alvis TB 14, circa 1950, a back injury has persuaded my husband that his dream isn’t going to come true with this potentially lovely car. Such is his bereavement that I, his wife (aka Mother Teresa) am placing this ad. With that in mind please forgive lack of technical details - all that can be provided to any interested buyer. There’s loads and loads of it - and my husband could win Mastermind for his knowledge of the car, the stack of parts and thousands of photographs - he has of every minute detail. So the car is a rolling chassis with bodywork in position. The engine’s complete and was rebuilt a couple of years ago but probably will benefit from some spit and polish. There’s a spare engine and three (three? Why on earth does he need three?) gearboxes. The front wings, scuttle and doors are all professionally made. No grille but all the materials there ready to assemble. Some of the chrome strips are missing. The two seat squabs and rear seat back have been upholstered in cream leather and red piping - gorgeous - the best bit for me - and remain in plastic - never yet taken out. There’s no carpet or door trims. All the dash and instruments are there. The side screens, hood and hood rails are there but will need restoring. There are boxes and boxes of instruments, spare stuff and electrical equipment that has been stored and has gradually taken over my store room. So is there anyone who wants a challenge? In return you’d get a car that is rare and pretty. Only 100 were made after the war, so you won’t find many of them around. I’m asking £:25,000 and will throw in a brand new rotisserie type thing that the chassis sits on and can be turned. There’s probably lots of other odds and sods that go with it but I’m a bit out of my depth there. Husband may be included if mourning continues. We live in Devon if you want to visit. Lots of pictures on request.
Ref. 01453 1959 Alvis TD 21. FHC. Chassis no. 25954, Reg no: JSN 210. Alice blue. 4-speed manual. W/W. Ivory leather interior - modern retro radio. Blue carpets. Superb condition throughout. Much spent. One of the earliest (if not the earliest) surviving production models with unique distinguishing features e.g. wider chrome edging to front and rear screens. Price £32,000.
Ref. 01451 1961 TD21 DHC, 27 CLF, chassis: 26655, Engine 26655 - One of only 3 roadworthy Alvis owned by Gp Capt. Sir DOUGLAS BADER. Restored 9 years ago, with only nominal mileage since. Silver grey, with blue leather and interior. House purchase forces reluctant sale. An important Alvis. Offers invited near £99.000.
Ref. 01450 1952 TA21 Tickford Drophead Coupé, 24926. Left hand drive, black, original maroon trim in excellent condition, black hood. Originally sold in Los Angeles, spent 53 years with a fastidious owner in Victoria BC, who used it sparingly. Less than 1,000 miles since an engine rebuild and installation of a TC21 cylinder head with hardened valve seats. The car is in excellent driving and cosmetic condition, now with new black wall tyres. Ready to drive and enjoy. From the estate of D V S, who unfortunately was never able to use the car. For price and purchase information contact Brett W. Senior, Executor, Brett Senior & Associates, P.C., 125 Strafford Avenue, Suite 112, Wayne, PA 19087, USA, email@example.com.
Ref. 01444 1932 Alvis TL 12/60 4-seat Tourer Reg RN 1875. Regrettably for sale due to medical problems. The 12/60 is much admired and in very good condition and has been very reliable on many trips to France including last year when we drove to attend the Circuits des Remparts at Angouleme. Price £43,000.
Ref. 01441 Alvis 12/50, - 4 seater open tourer black/blue all original parts -very good engine and body condition - chassis frame 14404 engine 10124 private sell at £45,000 delivered to England. (Presently in Florence Italy) .
Ref. 01439 Alvis Speed 25 Charlesworth DHC 1938. Car number 19349 BGE 988 A rare car registered March 1938 Glasgow. All original numbers with Alvis factory record sheet. History of previous owners and work done. Mechanically good, body requires attention particularly the wings. A spare set in good solid condition are available. Ivory interior with black hood. New tyres. Ready to enjoy summer motoring prior to some winter restoration. Lots of interest but so far no takers. £85,000 or offers.
Ref. 01430 Alvis TD21 1960 owned for over 20 years - Aluminum doors manual in excellent condition - Burgundy with cream leather upholstery – New: Headlining, re-veneered, wires, ss exhaust and road springs. Unleaded head. Sold with new m.o.t.
Ref. 01422 1952 Alvis TA21 Saloon 12 months MOT - Excellent mechanics with unleaded cylinder head, reconditioned carburettor, electronic ignition and electronic fuel pump. Runs and steers very well on nearly new radial tyres. Original chassis and engine numbers. New leather front seats. New carpets. Paintwork needs tidying but valued by Red Triangle in 2014 at £15000. Asking price £12000 ono. Needs to be seen and driven to be appreciated.
Ref. 01414 Silver Crest Saloon - Delivered new to John William Harrison of Plumpton, Sussex by Caffyns of Eastbourne on the 21st March 1938. Now fitted with a later 3 litre engine and gearbox - Price POA.
Ref. 01412 Alvis Speed 20 Open Tourer 1933 – KV 7061 - Black in good condition - Chassis # 10899 - Engine # 11350 - Price £120,000 ono - Engine overhauled 2005, bespoke radiator made with copper core, John Downs' maintained. Been in my possession for over 40 years. Runs as it should and has won awards at shows.