Articles tagged Alvis Company

Page 68 of September 1993 archive issue thumbnail Page 68, September 1993

AC's missing-link

The AC made in Thames Ditton as luxury light-cars in both four and six-cylinder versions in the 1920s and well-publicised by none other than S F Edge, previously of Napier fame, did well in racing and record-breaking at Brooklands and Montlhery. So it was not exactly surprising when sprint exponent Raymond Mays turned to this make of car when his notable successes with his two Brescia Bugattis,...

Page 28 of June 1932 archive issue thumbnail Page 28, June 1932

THE ALVIS "SPEED TWENTY"

THE ALVIS "SPEED TWENTY " SMOOTHNESS, PHENOMENAL ACCELERATION AND HIGH MAXIMUM SPEED CHARACTERIZE LATEST MODEL . . . FROM the inception of the Alvis company in 1919, their name has always been associated with the production of sports cars, and their products soon gained for themselves an enviable reputation for performance and excellence of material and manufacture. Many seasons of racing...

Page 37 of August 1932 archive issue thumbnail Page 37, August 1932

ATTRACTIVE MOTORING LITERATURE

ATTRACTIVE MOTORING LITERATURE Two Interesting Booklets from Alms and M.G. ABEAUTIFULLY produced catalogue or instruction book can never fail to please the eye of motoring enthusiasts, and we have recently received two specimens of this work which are excellent examples of their kind. The first is a very comprehensive instruction book which has just been produced by the Alvis Car and Engineering...

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