While the future of Alvis motoring has long been of concern because of changing legislation and fuel supply, the FBHVC continues to be a voice supporting the continued use of cherished cars. In this quest, here is a message from Paul Chasney, the Federation’s Director of Research:
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It was confirmed this week that the Alvis Centenary event at the Goodwood Revival has been postponed until 2021.
We are sad to report the loss of another Friend to cancer.
Stuart Nell has died in Nottingham Hospital at the age of 65.
A former AOC Treasurer and great enthusiast for British cars, MG, Daimler, Wolseley and two fine Alvis, a Speed 20SC Charlesworth dhc and a TE 21 saloon, he took part in many events over nearly twenty years. He leaves two brothers.
Further articles have now been added – click Major Harvey
Eighty years ago car production had stopped in the UK and the motoring press had to look back at what was then available. A new page looks back at some of the articles published by Autocar in the war years.
The first two cover the 12/50 and Speed 20. Click on 1940s