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Alvis: Cars

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1965. Reg No: DVJ 358C.
Reg No: 796 KUM.
November 1922.
November 1922.
Early 1920s-1932. Alvis Hare Mascots (rear view).
Early 1920s-1932. Alvis Hare Mascots (front view).
Early 1920s-1932. Alvis Hare Mascots (left side view).
Early 1920s-1932. Alvis Hare Mascots (right side view).
June 1923. 12-40 hp.
June 1923. 10-30 hp.
June 1923.
October 1923.
October 1923.
March 1924
1926.
April 1928.
1928.
1928.
September 1929.
September 1929.
October 1929.
1931. SD 16.95 Eagle 4-seater Sports. Reg No: DR 8016.
Reg No: ETV 550.
October 1931.
October 1931.
October 1931.
October 1931. Alvis 20 hp.
October 1931. Body by Mayfair Carriage Co on an Alvis 20 hp chassis.
March 1932.
1932. Alvis Speed 20 SA Sports Saloon. 2,511cc 19.8 hp. Reg No: JSJ 742.
1933. Alvis Firefly. Model SA 11/9. Reg No: IL 2068.
Alvis. Reg No: CG 5193.
Reg No: JV 7793.
1934 Alvis Speed 20-25 hp. Reg No: OC 7616. Exhibit at Haynes Motor Museum.
May 1935.
Reg No: LV 8400.
October 1936.
September 1937.
October 1937.
October 1938.
March 1945.
1946.
1948. Fourteen.
1950.
October 1951.
October 1951.
October 1952. Alvis 3-litre.
October 1952. Tickford Coupe on Alvis chassis.
October 1953.
1954.
October 1958.
October 1959.
Grey Lady. Reg No: OUY 593.
Grey Lady. Reg No: OUY 593.
Reg No: 7503 HX.
Reg No: OV 2047.
Reg No: OV 2047.
Reg No: OV 2047.
Reg No. FGO 200.
Reg No. FGO 200.
Reg No. FGO 200.
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Reg No: TKG 470.
Reg No: 2 AOC.
Reg No: 7503 HX.
Reg No: HHP 703.

Note: This is a sub-section of Alvis.

1920 Launched the 10/30,

1923 The original 10/30 side-valve engine was developed progressively becoming, by 1923, the overhead-valve 12/50, produced until 1932

1927 saw the introduction of the six-cylinder 14.75 h.p.

Independent front suspension and the world's first all-synchromesh gearbox came in 1933 followed by servo assisted brakes.

A front wheel drive model was introduced (from 1928 to 1930), a model bristling with innovation with front wheel drive, in-board brakes, overhead camshaft and, as an option, a Roots type supercharger.

1951 Exhibitor at the 1951 Motor Show in the Car Section.


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