1965 Alvis TE21

The Alvis TE21 (or Three Litre Series III) was built from 1963 until 1966, the body being produced by the Coachbuilder Mulliner Park Ward.

The 3 Litre staright six engine made 130hp, and buyers could choose either an automatic or 5-speed manual gearbox.

4-Wheel Disc Brakes were standard, and Power Steering was optional.

Top speed was over 100 mph.

Only 352 were built, the majority of which were the saloon - making this convertible even rarer!

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  • Always loved myself a good Alvis!

    23 days ago
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    • They are really classy, aren't they?

      23 days ago
    • Absolutely! A lot of the car companies that folded that I wish were still around hail from the 20’s-30’s (Duesenberg, Auburn, Cord, Packard, etc) but Alvis was always one of the...

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      23 days ago
  • Great looking car!

    27 days ago
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