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Picture of 1952 Alvis TA21 Saloon - Delightful Older Restoration For Sale

The Alvis TA21 was introduced at the 1950 Earls Court Motor Show, the 3 litre model came into production in January 1951 succeeding the TA14 model. Although there are many similarities to the 14, it was much improved with independent front suspension featuring coil springs and double wishbones, a six cylinder engine and ...


This is a lovely example of the famous Alvis Fourteen, complete with Mulliner coachwork, and first registered on 25th November 1947 in Hampshire. The 1.9 litre engine was extensively refurbished in 2014 by the previous owner, and ticks along very sweetly. In 2020 the Dynamo and Control Box were both professionally refurbished; ...


Original car of show quality with history and prizes. Only 69k miles. Hardened valves. Ready to use or exhibit. KLH 473 has chassis and engine number 22829 and was registered on 12 January 1949 in Newcastle. It has had owners in Yorkshire, Lancashire and latterly Dorset. Part restored in the 90’s including engine and ...


TA14 rolling chassis from 1947. solid chassis. great donor for a full rebuild. or ideal starter for a superb vintage style special. i have no v5 or registration document for the chassis. i do have the original factory build sheet from red triangle so re registering should be easy enough. the chassis has full ...


Again a very special RHD Alvis in the collection. Only 98 where produced between 1946 and 1950. It's totaly original and complete even some of the original tools are still with it. Body is very solid. Price for this car is: € 15.850.- (the price for this car is exclusive transport costs!) For more information, ...


Interior & Equipment Fully refurbished in soft and supple quality navy leather with a pleated design along with tailor made immaculate matching leather door cards. The original wooden dashboard has been fully refurbished to an exceptional standard. Contrasting deep pile grey carpets bound in navy have been fitted throughout. ...

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Although the TA21 looked very similar to the TA14, it was a bit of a quiet engineering revolution. Its centre section was carried over from the TA 14, but new, more rounded wings with rear wheel covers and fared-in headlamps were fitted, bringing the styling up to date. Under the skin the TA21 benefited from new ...

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