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The Alvis Owner Club

Welcome to the The Alvis Owner Club website, the home of Alvis cars and military vehicles. The AOC caters for all Alvis owners and enthusiasts, running a variety of social and gently competitive events all over the UK and around the world.

On this site, you can discover the history of Alvis, join the Club, find the Alvis of your dreams, search a database of Alvis cars, participate in member forums, buy Alvis merchandise, and find links to many other useful sites. We hope you enjoy your visit and are left inspired by the beauty and grace of Alvis cars and the strong contribution of Alvis to Britain's motoring heritage.

We are pleased to welcome Red Triangle and Footman James as our website sponsors, along with a selection of other carefully selected partners as advertisers.

To visit the Members only section of the website please click here. The new password is as shown in the December 2013 or later Club Calendar.

Over the weekend of 21/22nd June, the Alvis Owner Club (AOC) made good on a promise made at the club’s 57th International Alvis Day held in the Cardiff area when AOC President, Edgar Shields accepted an invitation to attend the 200th Anniversary of Pembroke Dock in 2014 from the then Pembroke Dock Mayor Peter Kraus.
Pembroke Dock has a significant part in the whole Alvis story in that Alvis founder Thomas George John was born at 6, Church Street, Pembroke Dock on 18th November 1880 and begun his engineering career by accepting an Apprenticeship in the Royal Dockyard.
The Bristol Classic Car Show - Wednesday, June 25, 2014
Held at the Royal Bath and West Showground, Shepton Mallet, on the 14th and 15th June. Two prizes were awarded to Alvis cars and the AOC stand was visted by 40 members.
Young Person's Event - Friday, June 6, 2014
The second Young Person's Event, held at the end of May as previously at Bicester Heritage (BH). Organised by 23 year old AOC member Mayumi Rowe, the event sought to introduce younger people to a variety of cars and the potential for ownership.
Alicia’s Prom and the Mistress - Tuesday, May 13, 2014
Alvis Owner Club (AOC) member and Wallingford resident Mike Edge had promised his daughter Alicia and her friend Ruth that he would use his 1964 Alvis TE21 as their transport for the Year 11 Prom. But two days before the event, Mike’s car suffered a serious engine failure, Abingdon resident Malcolm Kindell came to the rescue with his 1951 Alvis TA21.
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