The sole surviving Alvis Grand Prix racing car is set to mark its first public appearance in Chiba City, Japan at Automobile Council 2023, 96 years after its race debut at the 1927 Junior Car Club 200 Mile Race at Brooklands. The press release is https://www.elan-pr.com/innovative-front-wheel-drive-alvis-grand-prix-race-car-resurrected-decades-after-being-left-to-rot-in-a-scrapyard/ See also https://www.carandclassic.com/magazine/alvis-grand-prix-the-second-coming/
A TD21 Series II drophead, not heard of since it was new, has emerged as one of over 200 cars up for auction in Holland – see https://nos.nl/l/2471189 – it is 26844, 5085 VC at 1:21 in the right corner of the screen.
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Very interesting, probably give Valentine a run for the money! I think Alvis are hoping Japan could be a good market for their continuation 4.3 tourers they are building. Weather for next Sunday looking good so far, fingers crossed.