SOLD – 1934 Alvis Firefly 4 seat Cross and Ellis tourer.
1.5 litre 4 cylinder. Pre-selector gearbox. Green coachwork with green leather and black hood and weather equipment.
In good condition, regularly maintained and ready to use.
SOLD – a 1953 Alvis TA21 Tickford drophead coupe. Coachwork in two-tone blue, blue hood and blue leather upholstery. Overhaul and cosmetic restoration completed in 2011. Grey Lady TC21/100 mechanical specification.
Chassis number: 25007
Registration number: KBC 50
Date of manufacture: 02 April 1953, dispatched by Central Motors, Sheffield on 15 July 1953.
Ready to drive and enjoy straight away.
*SOLD* A 1959 Alvis TD21 Series One Park Ward Drophead Coupe.
Chassis Number: 26028
Registration: 52 KPD
Unique chance to purchase this very original example of the beautiful Series One TD21, in quite fabulous condition. Amazing history file documenting the entire life of this stunning Alvis.
Only 2 former keepers. First owner gifted the car to his chauffer in 2003 and it was then sold to the current owner in 2008. Original buff log book, Alvis Guarantee Certificate and Alvis Guarantee Card. All previous owner details. All MOT’s showing mileage record.
Dark blue coachwork with tan leather seats and carpets. Grey Everflex hood with grey hoodbag.
On the button and ready to enjoy.
**SOLD** 1936 Alvis Speed 20 SD Charlesworth Saloon.
Chassis Number 13313
A fabulously original and unmolested example of this fine Alvis sports saloon, with matching engineering numbers. Slowly improved by the current owner over many years including a comprehensive engine rebuild to the highest standards just completed by Earley Engineeering Limited and currently being run in.
Two tone black over ivory coachwork with brown leather interior and carpets.
SOLD – 1965 Alvis TE21 Drophead Coupe with Park Ward coachwork.
One of the most desireable Post-War Alvis, the TE21 was possibly the finest example of the 3 Litre series. Elegant and high quality Mulliner Park Ward coachwork with all the refinements of the final few models to come out of the Alvis car plant.
This particular example has had a long association with Earley Engineering. Subject to a full restoration completed in our workshop 12 years ago the Alvis has performed faultlessly since. The restoration is fully documented with invoices and photographic record.
The TE21 has all the desireable specification items: 5 speed ZF gearbox, power assisted steering and chrome wire wheels. Coachwork is finished in Brewster Green with Butterscotch and green piped leather, beige carpets and hood.
SOLD – 1934 Alvis Speed 20 SB Vanden Plas 2-door sports tourer
Nicely presented with original Vanden Plas coachwork in dark blue, blue leather and black hood and weather equipment. Original matching numbers throughout.
Rebuilt engine 10 years ago by Earley Engineering with steel crankshaft, steel con rods, forged pistons, etc. The first of the independent front suspension cars with Alvis all synchromesh gearbox and therefore very usable and easy to drive. Overdrive is fitted to this example.
Beautiful, flowing and lightly bodied Vanden Plas was at its very best in the 30’s and some say the early Speed 20 SA/SB examples were the most pleasing designs. Certainly the lightweight Alvis design produced the purest of 1930’s sporting cars.
Registration: BLB 794
Date of First Registration: 1/11/1934
Chassis Number: 11346