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Lot 684
1963 Alvis TD21 Series II 5 Speed Manual
1963 Alvis TD21 Series II 5 Speed Manual
a 1963 Alvis TD21 Series II 5 Speed Manual b 1963 Alvis TD21 Series II 5 Speed Manual c 1963 Alvis TD21 Series II 5 Speed Manual d 1963 Alvis TD21 Series II 5 Speed Manual e 1963 Alvis TD21 Series II 5 Speed Manual f 1963 Alvis TD21 Series II 5 Speed Manual g 1963 Alvis TD21 Series II 5 Speed Manual h 1963 Alvis TD21 Series II 5 Speed Manual i 1963 Alvis TD21 Series II 5 Speed Manual j 1963 Alvis TD21 Series II 5 Speed Manual k 1963 Alvis TD21 Series II 5 Speed Manual l 1963 Alvis TD21 Series II 5 Speed Manual m 1963 Alvis TD21 Series II 5 Speed Manual n 1963 Alvis TD21 Series II 5 Speed Manual o 1963 Alvis TD21 Series II 5 Speed Manual p 1963 Alvis TD21 Series II 5 Speed Manual q 1963 Alvis TD21 Series II 5 Speed Manual r 1963 Alvis TD21 Series II 5 Speed Manual s 1963 Alvis TD21 Series II 5 Speed Manual t 1963 Alvis TD21 Series II 5 Speed Manual u 1963 Alvis TD21 Series II 5 Speed Manual v 1963 Alvis TD21 Series II 5 Speed Manual w 1963 Alvis TD21 Series II 5 Speed Manual x 1963 Alvis TD21 Series II 5 Speed Manual y 1963 Alvis TD21 Series II 5 Speed Manual z 1963 Alvis TD21 Series II 5 Speed Manual z1 1963 Alvis TD21 Series II 5 Speed Manual


Lot Number: 684
Result inc Premium: £12,744
  • V5 Present
  • MoT Exempt
  • Chassis number: 26981
This example of Alvis' stately 2993cc TD21 was registered in June 1963, making it one of the last of the 'traditional' headlamp Alvises before the introduction of stacked twin headlamps on the TE21 ‑ which proved a controversial if distinctive styling feature. As a Series II, it has all‑wheel Dunlop disc brakes in place of the previous disc/drum combination along with door frames constructed of aluminium for lightness (and also panelled in the metal to alleviate problems with the wood used before). This car also has the five‑speed manual ZF gearbox that was a feature of the later machines.

Three former registered keepers are recorded on the V5C, with the car's odometer showing 76,164 miles. In its light blue metallic finish, the Alvis looks smart although there are some scratches, bubbles and micro‑blistering apparent in places on the paint. Inside, the walnut veneer is well‑preserved. There's some patina to the maroon leather and a tear in the front seat passenger hide; it all looks like it is the original upholstery that the car left the factory with. The car starts, runs, drives and stops well, and appears fully road‑usable.

The paperwork file includes the V5C plus maintenance diagrams, an Alvis catalogue of spare parts and the original instruction manual.
This example of Alvis' stately 2993cc TD21 was registered in June 1963, making it one of the last of the 'traditional' headlamp Alvises before the introduction of stacked twin headlamps on the TE21 - which proved a controversial if distinctive styling feature. As a Series II, it has all-wheel Dunlop disc brakes in place of the previous disc/drum combination along with door frames constructed of aluminium for lightness (and also panelled in the metal to alleviate problems with the wood used before). This car also has the five-speed manual ZF gearbox that was a feature of the later machines. Three former registered keepers are recorded on the V5C, with the car's odometer showing 76,164 miles. In its light blue metallic finish, the Alvis looks smart although there are some scratches, bubbles and micro-blistering apparent in places on the paint. Inside, the walnut veneer is well-preserved. There's some patina to the maroon leather and a tear in the front seat passenger hide; it all looks like it is the original upholstery that the car left the factory with. The car starts, runs, drives and stops well, and appears fully road-usable. The paperwork file includes the V5C plus maintenance diagrams, an Alvis catalogue of spare parts and the original instruction manual.
  • V5 Present
  • Chassis number: 26981
Result inc Premium: £12,744

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