New life for FWD Alvis
One of the Coventry firm’s advanced front-wheel-drive racers is being reconstructed – with a few amendments
Areconstruction of the No2 front-wheel-drive Alvis which competed in the 1927 JCC 200-Mile Race at Brooklands is underway by Dr Tony Cox, Registrar of the Alvis FWD Register, and Alan Stote, proprietor of Red Triangle Ltd, which took over all the spares when the...
FWD Alvis matters
I was, of course, extremely interested to read the article by Hugh Torrens regarding the FC front-drive Alvis in the current issue of MOTOR SPORT.
I was particularly interested to learn that John Cooper once owned "WMZ 142 a TO 12/50 whose present whereabouts is unknown". I purchased this Car in May 1951 off a Birmingham bomb site for £28. The chassis No. was 11584 and the...