Below is a current list of Alvis cars and products for sale by members. Photographs have been included where available and a larger image can be viewed by clicking on a picture.

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Cars for Sale

1947 TA14 Duncan. Chassis No.20602 Reg FWS962. Very pretty ruby red Duncan saloon for sale. In vgc with long MOT. Lots of fettling over the last couple of years, including replacement leather upholstery and carpets, 5 speed gearbox, new tyres, bonnet vents, electric fan, dynator fitted, brakes, engine and distributor overhauled etc.etc. She drives very well (and so she should as I have a whole invoice file to show).


TC21/100 saloon 1955 Chassis No 25738 Reg UNW863. Grey over light blue. In my hands since 2001 during which time it has been completely resprayed, new carpets and head lining, new tubeless wire wheels, rewired, new valves and guides, stainless exhaust, rebuilt front suspension. For sale due to age, mine not the car’s.


1934 Alvis Firefly. Registration AXA 580. Chassis number: 11085. Four seater Tourer, Cross and Ellis coachwork. As written up in ‘Alvis Cars in Competition‘. Full weather equipment, 2 owners from new. The best available. £45,000.

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).

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.

1949 Alvis TA14 Saloon An extremely nice, usable motor car, sound, well sorted & well proved. Many rallies and Alvis Owners Club events to its belt, a well known car in the club. Paint good. Chrome good. Interior trim, head lining, leather, carpets and woodwork, all very good. Mechanically super. Drives how they should. Good file of history & bills.



1951 Alvis TA21 Saloon Coachwork good, black over silver with red leather. Mechanically sound, runs and drives very well. Regularly serviced by marque specialists. New interior and rear springs, interior recently refurbished. Extensive history. Available for viewing near Edinburgh. For more details please see £26,250 ONO. 

This extremely rare and very beautiful RHD Alvis Speed 25 Roadster is now for sale by its long term elderly owner.

Built in 1939 and then damaged during the war by fire shortly afterwards, this vehicle was rebodied by Alvis at their own factory in Coventry with a magnificent Vanden Plas 4 seater “landeau” (Cabriolet) body finished in striking “Royal Blue” over Black.

This stunning 80 year old automobile carries the original 218 Cu in (3.5 lt. ) straight six engine (rebuilt correctly in the 90’s by renowned Alvis technicians) which starts readily, pulls strongly and smoothly through Alvis’s own “quiet” gearbox as you would expect and as evidenced by its numerous trips across Europe (the last one being undertaken last year.) and has a vacuum assisted brake booster to match the engine’s 106 BHP.

The condition of the magnificent coachwork and beautifully patinated hide interior is simply outstanding and pays tribute to the owners lavish care and attention and she comes complete with a substantial, well documented and interesting history file which can be viewed with the vehicle by appointment, in Hamburg Germany.

Offers in the region of Eu 145,000 (£124,000) will be considered


1954 TC21/100 Grey Lady. SUM 766. Matching numbers. Sold with 12 months MOT. Many new parts, too numerous to list. Asking price £15,000. 

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 can be viewed near Telford.