Cars seeking new custodians

From the estate of the late Lutz Burchard, Graber commission number 722 on 1958 TD21 chassis 25971. Extensively restored by Earley Engineering for Serge van Havre several years ago with a five speed Getrag gearbox and since well maintained and changed to wire wheels and EZ power steering. Used for touring including several Swiss Tours and Graber Treffen. Located in Holland and EU tax paid, left hand drive. €offers invitedFor further information please complete the contact form:

Graber 3-litre Alvis, chassis number 27030 was despatched to Graber Carrosserie on 16th October 1963 to be the first TE21 to be fitted with “super” coupe coachwork, body number 774. It was delivered to its first Swiss owner in St. Gallen in May 1964. Fitted with zf 5 speed gearbox, Borrani wire wheels and Nardi steering wheel it has remained in St Gallen with its present owner since 2004 and now has completed 103,000km. Acquired by a Follower 14th July 2017

31st October 2017 – A rare opportunity to acquire a right hand drive TC108G Graber Special –

chassis 25942 – Graber commission 715. First registered in Switzerland, current owner since 2003 – extensive history. Acquired by a Follower 30th May 2018
Graber 3-litre Alvis, chassis number 25089 was despatched to Graber Carrosserie in January 1953 to be the first TA21 to be fitted with coupe coachwork, body number 644. It was delivered to its first Swiss owner in Zurich in October 1953. On a right hand drive chassis from new it was later part-exchanged for a newer car and remained the Graber garage hack and tow car until Madame Graber agreed to sell to Nick Simpson. The story of his restoration in well documented as is the later history to its current owner in Australia. SOLD to an Australian in 2018.