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Alvis brochures

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Assorted brochures from Alvis.


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1952 Alvis "Alvis . . . For Those Who Appreciate the Sheer Joy of Driving" brochure cover. (source: McLellans Automotive).

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Alvis Speed Twenty poster.
The Speed Twenty was built from 1932 to 1936. With its dashing, low-built coachwork; it offered sparkling performance together with handsome looks and a hearty exhaust note. It was the first British car to offer a synchromesh gearbox and the 4.3 Litre model had an easy 100 MPH+ performance with great acceleration to match. The Speed Twenty was well built with good quality materials and the range was aimed at the top end of the Sports Saloon market. In fact, it was even considered to be a serious rival to Rolls Royce. The Speed 20 and its larger Speed 25 derivative are considered the best and most glamorous cars ever made by Alvis. (available at Art Of Motoring).

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