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Between 1919 to 1967, Alvis Car and Engineering Company Ltd was a UK-based automotive manufacturer. One of the company’s most iconic models is the six-cylinder 1953 Alvis TA 21 coupe. This vehicle was available in a four-door and a drophead version. Only 302 dropheads were made. Released in 1963, the Alvis TE 21 was exceptionally rare. Only seventy-six of its left-hand-drive cars were built and sent to North America from the UK. Its 2993 cc engine had a modified cylinder head and manifold which could pump out 130 bhp at 4000 rpm, allowing for speeds of up to 107 mph. This model came in either an automatic or five-speed. The suspension was independent and used coil springs with disc brakes fitted to each wheel. Alvis car manufacturing ended after the company became a subsidiary of Rover in 1965.

Between 1919 to 1967, Alvis Car and Engineering Company Ltd was a UK-based automotive manufacturer. One of the company’s most iconic models… Read more

Between 1919 to 1967, Alvis Car and Engineering Company Ltd was a UK-based automotive manufacturer. One of the company’s most iconic models is the six-cylinder 1953 Alvis TA 21 coupe. This vehicle was available in a four-door and a drophead version. Only 302 dropheads were made. Released in 1963, the Alvis TE 21 was exceptionally rare. Only seventy-six of its left-hand-drive cars were built and sent to North America from the UK. Its 2993 cc engine had a modified cylinder head and manifold which could pump out 130 bhp at 4000 rpm, allowing for speeds of up to 107 mph. This model came in either an automatic or five-speed. The suspension was independent and used coil springs with disc brakes fitted to each wheel. Alvis car manufacturing ended after the company became a subsidiary of Rover in 1965.

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