Alvis TC 21/100 'Greylady' DHC. (1954)

The last of the 1930's style fast tourers, this one could reach 100 mph. It is correctly adorned with bonnet scoops, wire wheels and acres of wood and leather inside. It is in excellent condition all round.

The car has matching numbers, only 3 owners since 1964 and a correct 72k on the odometer. It has a documented history of servicing with Red Triangle and by AOC members. There was a major engine refurbishment in 1999 and mechanical and body work as needed since then. In 2000 it participated in the Alvis Club trip to the USA and features in publications.
In April it received a major service and we have had the lower bodywork repaired and resprayed and the inside and hood fettled so that the car is ready to drive away and use. These rare cars are rapidly rising in value but we have priced it competitively to attract a quick sale. Delivery can be arranged and part exchange is possible.
A photograph of this very car appears in the indispensable work for anyone interested in the history of the marque, "Alvis - The Story of the Red Triangle" (4th edition), verifying its historical importance. A copy of this may viewed at our premises.


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