The 3½ Litre and Freestone & Webb

Having covered the less expensive 1930s models in the last two posts it is now the turn of the most expensive introduced in 1936 as a bespoke model, the 3½ Litre with model designation SA25.63.

Alvis turned to coachbuilders Freestone & Webb and commissioned four cars to be given the full publicity treatment. The result is covered on two new pages – click on Freestone & Webb and 3½ Litre

If you have any information on Alvis with Freestone & Webb coachwork we would like to hear from you.

Author: alvisarchive

Established in 2002 by the Alvis Owner Club

2 thoughts on “The 3½ Litre and Freestone & Webb”

  1. Hi my name is Lex Westoby and I believe that I have the only surviving Freestone and Webb 3.5 litre car. At present it is undergoing a full restoration. If you require more info please don’t hesitate and contact me regards Lex

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