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Founded in 1919 Alvis enjoyed a successful period during 1920-1939, re-emerging again in 1946 with the TA14. During W.W.II Alvis had established itself as a successful manufacturer of Aero engines, other military products included Armoured cars and all-wheel drive vehicles for specialist applications.

Post-war Alvis models were rather conservative Grand Touring cars, although they enjoyed an enviable reputation for quality and performance. Later cars carried elegant bodies designed by Swiss-Coachbuilder, Graber and were produced for Alvis by Park Ward. In 1965 the company was taken over by Rover and production of passenger cars ceased.

Models produced by Alvis

10/30

10/30

1920-1923

11/40

11/40

1921-1922

12/40

12/40

1922-1924

12/50 SA

12/50 SA

1923-1924

12/50 SC

12/50 SC

1924-1925

12/50 SD

12/50 SD

1927-1929

12/50 TE

12/50 TE

1926-1926

12/50 TJ

12/50 TJ

1931-1932

12/60 TK/TL

12/60 TK/TL

1931-1932

12/70

12/70

1937-1940

12/75 FA/FB/FD/FE

12/75 FA/FB/FD/FE

1928-1930

14/75

14/75

1927-1929

3.5 Litre SA

3.5 Litre SA

1936-1936

4.3 Litre

4.3 Litre

1936-1940

4.3 Litre Short

4.3 Litre Short

1938-1940

Crested Eagle

Crested Eagle

1933-1940

Firebird

Firebird

1935-1939

Firefly

Firefly

1932-1934

Firefly 12

Firefly 12

1933-1934

Silver Crest TF

Silver Crest TF

1936-1940

Silver Crest TH

1937-1940

Speed 20 SA

Speed 20 SA

1932-1933

Speed 20 SB/SC/SD

Speed 20 SB/SC/SD

1934-1936

Speed 25 SB

Speed 25 SB

1936-1938

Speed 25 SC

Speed 25 SC

1938-1940

TA14

TA14

1946-1950

TA21

TA21

1950-1953

TB14

TB14

1948-1950

TB21

TB21

1950-1953

TC108/G

TC108/G

1955-1958

TC21

TC21

1953-1954

TC21/100

TC21/100

1953-1956

TC21/100 Grey Lady

TC21/100 Grey Lady

1953-1955

TD21

TD21

1958-1963

TE21

TE21

1963-1965

TF21

TF21

1965-1967