General description :
You are looking at a 1948 Alvis TA14 Tickford DHC that is one of only 72 built. Only 26 of these are known to survive today, making this a very rare car. This particular Alvis has recently been fully restored to very nice show standards. It runs and drives fantastic and is surprisingly powerful for a 4-cylinder engine. It's well suited for today's driving and is relatively easy to drive. The paint and body is all very nice, showing no rust or evidence of accident damage. The interior looks great and is all new, including carpets and panels. The wood has been refinished and looks quite good. This is a great car to drive around town or take to a car show with the confidence you'll have the only one there. This car gets tons of attention. Please feel free to contact us with any questions you have.
Alvis Car and Engineering Company Ltd was a British manufacturing company in Coventry, England operational 1919–67.
After becoming a subsidiary of Rover in 1965, car manufacturing was duly ended.
Today, Alvis might be best remembered for its TE21 (352 produced) & TF21 (106 produced) models styled by Graber of Switzerland and built at Mulliner Park Ward. These were characterized by having twin headlights mounted one above the other.