Wednesday, 16 July 2014

ABC Wednesday: A is for Alvis GN7735 at Gee Cross Fete 2014


This 1930 Alvis 12-50 TJ was manufactured by The Alvis Care & Engineering Co Ltd in Coventry and sold to London motor dealers Charles Follet & Co. It spent its early years in Surrey before being bought by the present owners John & Tricia Glithero in Devon for £110 in July 1969. Completely rebuilt by the present owners, it has a 4 cylinder, 69mm bore x 110m stroke, 1645cc engine with push-rod operated overhead valves. R.A.C. nominal horsepower is 11.8, actual output 48hp (hence model name 12-50). The body is Cross & Ellis style four seat sports-tourer with ash frame and fabric cover.

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A contribution to ABC Wednesday.

8 comments:

  1. Gorgeous ANTIQUE AUTOMOBILE.

    Leslie
    abcw team

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  2. Wow! Grand!
    I feel like driving it! :)
    Happy ABCW!

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  3. Awesome Auto♪ http://lauriekazmierczak.com/abstracts/

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  4. Wow ! what a car !!
    Gattina
    ABC Wednesday Team

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  5. Oh my, isn't that gorgeous!!!!

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