1931 Alvis tj 12/50 4 Seater Tourer by Richard Breese
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1931 Alvis tj 12/50 4 Seater Tourer by Richard Breese

VIN: 8978

Status
£12,375 ($16,606)
SOLD · Nov 14, 2021

Location Birmingham, GBR

Transmission Manual

Driver Side Right Hand Drive

Conservation
Restored-Original
Vehicles that are Restored to original or close to original factory specifications. May include vehicles with color changes, and/or minor removable modifications, but preserve their original engine specifications and body configuration.

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  • COMPS (4)

Market Summary

The Alvis 12/50 (1923 to 1932) market.

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The Alvis 12/50 was a series of cars introduced in 1923. The 12/50 was built in a variety of open or closed body styles, including two or fo... Learn more.
There are no other Alvis 12/50 for sale across all model years (1923 to 1932) and no 1931 Alvis 12/50 for sale right now. There were 3 sold in the last 5 years.

Vehicle History

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1931 Alvis tj 12/50 4 Seater Tourer by Richard Breese
1931 Alvis tj 12/50 4 Seater Tourer by Richard Breese

Comps

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£21,937
SOLD · Sep 20, 2020 · Bonhams MPH September (2020) Lot #11
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€28,750
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· Oct 30, 2020 · Bonhams The Golden Age of Motoring '1886-1939' (2020) Lot #227

Specs

Details about this vehicle – curated by our market specialists.

Make
Alvis
Model
12/50
Color Group (Ext)
Blue
Color Group (Int)
Blue
Transmission Type
Manual
Drivers Side
Right Hand Drive
Body Style
Convertible
Doors
3 Doors
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