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Ref. 01522  Alvis TA14 Utility by Angel Motor Bodies A very unusual 'reversed' woody, with an amazing wooden lathe roof exposed on the inside. One of only three made, this is probably the only survivor. Featured in 'Alvis: The Postwar Cars' by John Price Williams. This car is in good overall condition, both inside and out. It has been carefully restored some years ago. It has the original engine with two minor modifications; electronic ignition and an electric fuel pump.
Dispatched from the Alvis Coventry factory on the 7th December 1946, the chassis of this TA14 was fitted with a Utility coach-built body by Angel Motor Bodies of Trafford Park, Manchester. Vehicles with a Utility body qualified for petrol in the austere power-war period fuel shortage, making the transformation a desirable choice if the owner could fund such a project. Few could, making the TA14 Utility a rare sight. Offers around £16,000
Ref. 01521 Restoration Project Opportunity 1962 TD21 Series II Saloon Ch & Eng: 26834 Reg: 74 EXB (with original buff & green log books). Partially dismantled, excellent chassis renovated & wax oiled. Body aluminium parts (doors, bonnet, boot & roof) all in good shape, but front wings need repair. Original engine beautifully rebuilt by Alec McDonald who also overhauled ZF 5-speed gear box (both out of car), in storage. Splined hubs with new MWS 6.5” chrome wire rims and new Pirelli P4000s in 205/70/15. Original Oxblood hide interior in remarkably good shape, in storage. Could be ideal conversion to TD-21S2 drophead with conversion kit. Offers requested at £20,000. (Owner’s plan was to recreate a Graber Super Coupe 1958 from this as donor car. Correct Marchal front head & driving lamps & Rolls Royce tail lamps can be included along with Solidworks software for wing bucks and 1/15th scale 3D model of Super Coupe (see photos).
Ref. 01519 Alvis Speed 25 DHC with Charlesworth body. Generally fine condition but the bodywork requires restoration. A good winter project. Mechanically good with current MOT. The engine has the correct oil pressure and the car drives well. The hood, leather seats and interior are good but the carpets are worn. The engine No., car No., and chassis No., are all original and I have a copy of the Alvis build sheet. This is a good car that has travelled the world reliably and given my wife and I much enjoyment over the last 25 years. I am asking in the region of £75,000 but will consider any genuine offer.
Ref. 01518 1952 Alvis TA21 DHC Tickford body Original car, burgundy over silver with red Conolly hide upholstery. Chassis/Engine number 24643. Unleaded head, twin carbs, higher rates of differential. Fan fitted so engine does not overheat in modern traffic. Original log book and full documentation and records of all work undertaken. Spare head and all manuals and books also included with the car. This beautiful car has been carefully maintained for past 25 years and is currently in South Africa. It will be shipped to the UK in the next few weeks and can be viewed near Telford. Price: £45,000.
Ref. 01516 1953 TA21 Tickford DHC. Chassis & engine number: 25118. New MOT. Leather interior and hood. Kenlo fan, petrol pump, engine, radiator, master cylinder and brakes refurbished. Mileage under 52k. Paintwork in good condition unlike the owner. Documents and invoices available. Will consider any sensible offer around £32,000.
Ref. 01515 1955 TC21/100. For personal and unexpected reasons, I am forced to sell my Alvis TC 21/100. During those last 2 years, I have re-new it completly: - reconditionning the engine ( new pistons, crankshaf and its bearings, camshaft and bearings, valves, etc... ) to obtain a perfect 7:1 compression ratio, for each cylinder, and fixing a new clutch, - new electric wire-loom, - new alternator "disguised" in the former equipment, - new rear suspensions, - 4 new brake wheels system ( caliper, and so on), - 1 new master cylinder and pipes to the wheels, - new exhausts ( both sides) - 5 new tyres . All new equipment bought/imported from well-known uk providers. Car in South-West of France. £26,000.
Ref. 01514 1947 ALVIS TA14/TA21 Prototype vehicle #3L3 well documented Historic six cylinder car. Original owner was Capt.G.T-Smith-Clarke, Cheif Engineer at Alvis, driven as his personel car. Been in California since late 1980's recently rediscovered in late 2017, shipped back to Europe shortly thereafter, Overall very solid, rust-free, complete, intact car that's been sitting for around 20 years, motor starts and runs, but is leaking fuel due to long storage. Car is currently in Norway. £11,000 or Offers/Trades. Shipping to nearest port (Oslo) can be arrangedfor £200. .
Ref. 01508 1954 ALVIS TC21/100 Greylady Saloon Chassis/Engine No25564 mileage 59,000. Exported new to NZ and refurbished in 2000. I acquired her from her third NZ owner in 2014 and brought her back to the UK (Bulletin May/June 2016), adding a new wiring loom and set of wire wheels. She is a well known car and much admired, a NZ and UK concours prize winner and one of the prettiest Greyladys. Excellent throughout. £36,950 o.v.n.o. .
Ref. 01497 1950 TB14 SPORT RARE Chassis number 23515 Registration MZ 9788 Part restored, new parts installed; body panels, starter motor and clutch. Steering box rebuilt, seats recovered and spare leather to re-trim interior. Parts completed chassis, brakes, suspension. Spares to be included, too many to list. PRICE REDUCED! £22,000.00 .
Ref. 01493 Speed 20 Open Tourer 1933 - KV7061 Black in good condition, Chassis # 10899 Engine # 11350 Engine overhauled 2005, bespoke radiator made with copper core, John Downs' maintained. Been in my possesion for over 40 years, Runs as it should and is and has won awards at shows. Price £90,000 ono.
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.
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