Alvis 4.3 Litre Special, year 1939. Chassis (VIN) number 1486X, engine number 153513X, gearbox number 229X. Exterior colour Dark British Racing Green, interior with dark green leather seats. Black soft-top hood and a grey tonneau cover. The 4.3 Litre is the most powerful and rarest production car ever built by Alvis. This magnificent Alvis 4.3 Litre special was given a special Brooklands racing style two-seater bodywork many decades ago. This Alvis was sold new in the United Kingdom, and it was exported to the Netherlands in 1999. The old British registration (BRV 55) is still present. In the Netherlands this impressive pre-war automobile has known only one owner. The owner has participated in many historic events over the last 22 years, this Alvis is a renowned motorcar in Dutch Alvis circles. This Alvis shows a magnificent vintage patina, and the car is in a good and very reliable condition. The car is fitted with the famous fully synchronised Alvis 4-speed gearbox, the original ignition system, twin petrol pumps, hydraulic brakes, an electric cooling fan for additional cooling, and 19-inch wire wheels shod with Dunlop Racing 6.50 x 19 tyres. This impressive 1939 Alvis 4.3 Litre special is a car for the true vintage sports car enthusiast who knows what a machine of this calibre can bring if treated and cherished with a skilled hand.
Engine: Six cilinder engine