Alvis TD21 PRICE REDUCTION! Drophead Coupe

Body styleCabriolet
Mileage41578 km
VAT / MarginMargin
  • Factory original interior with beautiful patina
  • "Matching numbers"-engine

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Price reduction € 49.950,- now € 39.950,-


The past few years have been incredibly successful, with hundreds of classic and sports cars finding new homes around the world.

As a result of our success, we’ve received a large number of trade-in vehicles. Now, we’re thrilled to offer these cars at special sale prices!

Please note: these reduced prices are only available for a limited time and these cars are listed as “price reduction”.

Don’t miss out on this rare opportunity to drive home your dream car at an unbeatable price!

Browse our selection now and make your dream a reality.

Trade-in car. The TD21 is a British sports sedan or Drophead Coupe made by Alvis in the period from late 1958 to October 1963. It is a revised version of the earlier TC 108G, the bodywork was built by Park Ward. The 2,993cc engine of its predecessor was further developed and now produces 115 hp (86 kW). Our copy was first registered in 1961. Since 1994 until now (27 years), the car has remained in the possession of one and the same owner from Oslo, Norway. The owners of the Alvis must have cherished the car, judging by the fact that the car is still in quite original condition. The entire interior appears original from the factory with beautiful patina. The car was once repainted in its original color, the paint is still good but no longer new. The soft-top appears original but needs to be replaced. Despite the fact that this copy needs ‘Tender Loving Care’, there should be no talk of a restoration project, the basis is simply too good for that. The engine runs very well and the car is extremely pleasant to drive and shift gears. It is important to carry out a detailed inspection and service before using the car regularly. The bottom is very solid and completely free of rust. Further research also shows that this example still has its original and therefore ‘matching numbers’ engine in the front. The gearbox was also overhauled in 2008, after which the car was hardly driven anymore. We don’t often come across these cars anymore, especially not in this condition, are you the one who gives the car the attention it deserves?

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