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1950 Alvis TB14 Roadster

    Alvis built cars from 1920 until 1967 in Coventry, England. The TB14 was unveiled at the first post-war UK Motor Show in 1948, with an engine and chassis by Alvis, and a hand-built body by AP Metalcraft of Coventry. It was referred to as 'a striking combination of graceful Art Deco lines and quiet effortless sports performance.' Produced for only one year, with only 100 made, an estimated 40 survive today. This is #79. Among the remarkable features are a roller accelerator, the original AM radio (with UK frequencies) and a built-in bar! It was initially marketed for women to drive, as a stylish alternative to a Bentley or a Rolls-Royce. In the cockpit it retains its original steering wheel, gauges, knobs, dials and radio. The 4-cylinder, 1892 cc engine sports twin SU carburetors and it still is driven frequently.

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