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Alvis TC21 Grey Lady

The T-series 21, which was produced in various variations from 1950 to 1967, was the last series of Alvis. The vehicles had a 3l six-cylinder engine. In 1953, the TC21/100 replaced the TA21. It was given the additional designation 100 because of its top speed of 100 mph. A sporty sedan with traditional design, also called "Grey Lady". Only727 saloons and convertibles of this type were produced until 1956. Chassis 25446 was built in 1954 and remained in England until 2012. The previous owners are known and several documents from this period still exist. The import to Switzerland took place in 2012. The last owner bought the car in 2016 in search of a vehicle for a great adventure. After careful and elaborate preparation, the Grey Lady set off from Berlin to Beijing in 2019. The "New Silk Road Rally" led over 14,000 km through 8 countries in 52 days. As the oldest participating car, the Alvis crossed the finish line. The car is offered in the current rally trim and many documents.


Body: Saloon
Steering: right
Paintwork: black - silver
Engine: 6 cylinder, 2993 ccm
First registration: 1954
Papers: Swiss papers

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