COACHWORK

Alvis made chassis, engine, gearboxes but never made a body for a car. Several coachbuilders built bodies for Alvis cars and we will over time devote a page to each one. Just click on the name below:

Offord

Charlesworth

Vanden Plas

Mayfair

Willowbrook

Graber

Tickford

Freestone & Webb

Vanvooren

Some other examples are shown below:

Arthur Mulliner, Bertelli, Carbodies, Cross & Ellis, Duple, James Young, Lancefield, Thrupp and Maberley

Photo Paul Bamford
9841 Speed 20 SA Cross & Ellis 30228 despatched 140632
9841 Speed 20 SA Cross & Ellis 30228

 

DLT 576 1936 Speed 25 SB Lancefield (all al) extending boot ch13329 car 13609
13329 1936 Speed 25 SB Lancefield saloon with an extending boot. All aluminium, car 13609
9268 SA by Bertelli since made into a special. The car competed in the Monte Carlo Rally coming 17th.
Ch 10983, AYN 16, 1933 Carlton Drop Head Coupe.
Ch 10983, AYN 16, 1933 Carlton Drop Head Coupe.
10002 1932 Speed 20 SA – Duple Coachwork – Autocar 1932
9877 – 1932 A Mulliner Coachwork – Autocar

The Speed 20 design by Corsica
Photo Paul Bamford
sill plate
sill plate Photos Paul Bamford

 

This is one of the only James Young bodied cars for which we have a photo (courtesy of Red Triangle) a 1928 14.75 tourer, chassis 6560. The records also list a Silver Eagle and two 4.3 litre chassis being supplied to James Young.