We enjoyed a great three day show, thanks to the owners who displayed their cars and the members and visitors who came and spoke to us on the stand.
The Alvis team have again put together an exceptional display of the TE21 and TF21 models at the NEC Birmingham. Come and visit us in Hall 3, stand 250 have a chat and look at the new display boards put together by the trustees. More Alvis are on display on other stands including a front wheel drive (FBHVC) and a Graber cabriolet (Heritage Motor Centre).
On Sunday 15th November he will be attending Brooklands Military Vehicle Day with his Stalwart – this should be a great day out and gives access to the entire Brooklands site, which of course also includes the ‘Alvis’ Museum. All Alvis Military Vehicles are especially welcome but need to be registered with Donna Hopton, Events Manager, Brooklands Museum Trust Limited, Brooklands Road, Weybridge, Surrey KT13 0QN -Telephone: +44(0)1932 857381 Ext 253, Fax: +44(0)1932 855465, email@example.com – – See Brooklands Event diary for full details http://www.brooklandsmuseum.com/index.php?/events/details/military-vehicles-day2/.
The hoped for 200 entries for the competition have not yet arrived so if you were planning to send some, the expected cold dark evenings are the perfect excuse to get them emailed. The closing date is 30th November 2015. However, a keen photographer has been out taking pictures at Christchurch Park, Ipswich this weekend….
Nick Simpson writes: “Here are two more pictures for comment re identity and location….”
Hershey, Pennsylvania is the home of chocolate and the biggest antique car meeting in America, a four day event held in October. If you don’t know a Marmon from a Pierce-Arrow then this is the place to visit. Countless trade stands and private enthusiasts gather to buy and sell car stuff and socialise. RM Auctions were selling some fabulous cars on two evenings. On Saturday morning a big field of cars of all ages congregated in fourteen long avenues for the Concours.
Every year the AOC is represented by Wayne Brooks, wearing his Alvis hat so everyone knows to offer parts and information whenever they see him. Alvis cars are rare in America but we found two there and another advertised for sale. One in particular is worthy of several photos as it almost certainly unique. It looks like a Lagonda body but can anyone tell us more?
and it was good to see….
November 13, 14 and 15 (Friday-Sunday) – The Lancaster NEC Classic Motor Show at the NEC Birmingham http://www.necclassicmotorshow.com
– Would you like to volunteer to be an ambassador of the Alvis Owner Club and the Archive Trust, knowledgeable about the marque, particularly the last TE/TF models? We are exhibiting in Hall 3, stand 250 and invite members who are committed to the stand for a scheduled morning or afternoon stint, with free access to the show for the rest of the day. If you opt doing a morning session, you need to be there early, before the show opens. If you are interested please leave a comment below saying which day(s) and time(s) for stand duty you prefer.
There is no Bulletin this month so here are two from years gone by to click on and download. In 1975 we had been to Stratford as well and the topics discussed are much as today. In 1985 the style had changed.
If you would like all the old Bulletins on your computer, send for one of our DVDs. http://alvisarchive.com/publications/
Nick Simpson has sent five photos from the late 1960s…your comments invited.