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Ref. 01489 1934 Alvis Speed 20SC - "Vanden Plas Continental Tourer", though one of three altered by Oxborrow and Fuller. Potentially the only one left. Superb history, featured in Nick Walkers Alvis book as an exceptional example. Over £75k spent and recorded with Jim Stokes Workshops making sure the mechanics are top-notch – Contact Nick Barton, Hawksworth Classic Limited, Mob: 07583 985114 Nick@hawksworthclassic.com (T)

Ref. 01487 1954 Grey Lady saloon - RSL 475 -Chassis No 25724. MOT 11 months. Many new parts inc cills, fuel tank, tyres, head linings, s/s exhaust, alternator. Brakes and steering overhauled. Runs well with good oil pressure. Rear wings untidy. Great fun to drive. Price £11,500. Edinburgh .

Ref. 01486 The world's fastest vintage Alvis! 1930 supercharged 20 hp Silver Eagle Alvis, 260+ bhp, winner VSCC Holland and Itala Trophy races, Alvis, Glencaird, Hulbert Trophies, FTDs and records at various sprints and hill climbs. Dry-sumped, close ratio racing box, hydraulic brakes, recent complete engine rebuild. £210,000 ono.

Ref. 01485 1959 Alvis TD 2121, complete, running and part-prepared for historic competition with chrome-moly roll cage and Recaro seat. Could also be put back to original as all seats etc. available. Complete with spare engine, rear axle, spare brake drums alloy doors. &pound:15,000 o.v.n.o.

November 2017

Ref. 01484 Immaculate 1955 Alvis TC21/100 Chassis 25870. Previously owned by Sir George Burton, Brooklands driver and Alvis enthusiast. Recent professional bare metal restoration, Beautifully-finished in classic grey, with wire wheels and good chrome. Expertly reupholstered in red leather with new grey headlining. Used sparingly, recently serviced and running well. £30,000.

Ref. 01483 1952 TA 21 Chassis and engine 24770, black over silver, maroon interior, car in good condition but not mint. Seats patinated , not shabby. Unleaded head, electric pump, 123 Ignition, stainless exhaust. Tested in Germany until Aug 18. Car is 35 mls north of Hannover. Bpd 14,600.

Ref. 01482 1933 Alvis Firefly SA Reg YD 7867, a much admired rare 2-seater model with a 2-seat dickey, coachwork by Cross and Ellis. A comprehensive history file includes 24 years in the USA and invoices from Tim Walker Restorations. The Firefly has been well maintained and starts and drives well. The crash gearbox was exchanged for a 1934 synchromesh one for ease of driving by the previous lady owner, the original gearbox being retained. £35,000 .

Ref. 01475 1932 Alvis Firefly four seater tourer Unusual, (possibly unique) body. Matching numbers, chassis 9912, engine10353, registration YY128. Part completed restoration, mechanically rebuilt, new dashboard and steering wheel, aluminium body panelling, painted. Requires final assembly, hood cover, seats and re- chrome. Off road for the last 50 years, under cover. £20,000. Norfolk.

Ref. 01470 1932 SA Speed 20 chassis 10013 - Maybe the best Cross and Ellis SA Speed 20 in existence. Restored in the USA in the 1980's then mechanically sorted by the current owner to make a reliable continental tourer [all bills available]. Oil pressure is steady at 40psi when cruising. Won Classic Car Club of America twice in the 1990's, second in the AOC concourse in 2014. Matching numbers except for the gearbox, which is a synchro SB box, making the car a delight to drive. C&E boot extension makes it a very practical tourer. Numerous modern additions for road use, full weather equipment panels. £145,000.

Ref. 01469 TC21/100, Chassis 25656 and engine are original - manual transmission - Tickford number is AL63 - Black/Maroon with nice leather seats - original soft-top convertible. It was built in the UK, for the UK. Made its way to the USA in 1977, where it resides today. Condition good/excellent. Location Boulder, USA.

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. 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. 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. 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. 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. 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. 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.

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