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.
|3.5 Litre SA||1936-1936|
|4.3 Litre Short||1938-1940|
|Silver Crest TF||1936-1940|
|Silver Crest TH||1937-1940|
|Silver Eagle 16 SF/SG||1934-1936|
|Silver Eagle 20 TB/TC||1931-1933|
|Silver Eagle TA/TB/SA/SD/SE||1929-1933|
|Speed 20 SA||1932-1933|
|Speed 20 SB/SC/SD||1934-1936|
|Speed 25 SB||1936-1938|
|Speed 25 SC||1938-1940|
|TC21/100 Grey Lady||1953-1955|