Alvis

Alvis has left the Building! 1936 Alvis Speed 20 SD

Hailing from the era of the visually similar MG T-Type, this lovely 1936 Alvis Speed 20 SD rides on a 127 or 130 inch wheelbase vs. the MG TA’s diminutive 94 inches. This particular Speed 20 SD in Astoria,… more»

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Classic Motoring: 1927 Alvis 12/50 SD Beetleback

UPDATE – We just heard from Mark Dixon of Octane Magazine that he knows this collection and has some concerns about the eBay listing. He is going to contact the Managing Director of Bicester Heritage, which is where the… more»

Gentleman’s Racer: 1934 Alvis Speed 20 SB

This battered Alvis Speed 20 SB is a recent sale at an auction in the UK, but it’s worth discussing here for its significance and the massive undertaking ahead of the new owner. This Speed 20s were packed with… more»

Supercharged 1937 Alvis Speed 25 Special!

A few years back, Jesse learned about a type of historic racing that we never really had here in the US (at least not that we knew of), but at one time in Europe it was huge. It’s called… more»

Alvis In North America: 1935 Alvis Speed 20

We already featured a Speed 20 project today, but it’s in England. So, here’s something for those of us in North America! This one is a tad newer and benefits from a little more displacement. It has some crash damage,… more»

90 MPH On Gravel: 1930 Alvis Speed 20

Here’s an interesting find that was sent in by one of our readers. This Alvis Speed 20 was an impressive British cruiser that was capable of speeds topping 90mph. Apparently, a previous owner of this car tested out that claim on the… more»

1947 Alvis TA-14 Drophead: Worth Restoring?

Reader M George spotted this rare car, an Alvis. The model TA 14s were produced after the war, from 1946 until 1950. The convertibles were built on a modified pre-war Alvis 12/70 with either Carbodies or Tikford bodies. This one is… more»

Red Triangle: 1949 Alvis TA14

The Alvis marque always used a red triangle for its badging, and the largest marque specialist goes by that name. This car is anything but triangular, though, as it’s nothing but curves! Located in Waukesha, Wisconsin and for sale here on… more»

Six Wheeled Party Bus: 1969 Alvis FV620 Stalwart

Remember the Alvis we recently featured, well we have another Alvis for you! Alvis continued making commercial and military vehicles after automobile production ended. One of the vehicles that was quite successful with the British Army was the 6-wheeled… more»

Alice the Alvis: 1950 Alvis TA14

Alvis was one of those relatively obscure British marques that survived World War II but did not make it into the present day, at least as an auto manufacturer. They were known for producing solid and graceful touring cars,… more»