- Mike Meakin writes “My car was one of four TE21s displayed at the 1963 Motor Show. I have no details of the other three cars, but my car is “Alvis Light grey” (something of a shade of white),chassis and engine number 27019. I believe it was the first TE 21 to be bought, actually AT the Motor Show, by Ethel Goodman. It was registered to her on 27th November 1963 and inherited by her niece, Jean Metcalfe in 1966 from whom I bought the car in 1988. The car remains in original, unrestored condition, having run 32,700 miles”
- 27246 – The final styling version of the rear of a 1965 Graber Alvis – AAT (JF) photo
- Since November 2014 this original unspoilt example has been on display at the British Motor Museum, Gaydon together with fifteen other classics from the James Hull Collection.
Coen sent in this item from the web which is intriguing. Graber had been using twin headlights using Marchal units in 1962 at the same time as Bentley were designing their new small Bentley with twin stacked lights which went horizontal in later versions and eventually on the Silver Shadow.