The Alvis Three Litre series IV, TF21, an updated version of the 1963 TE21, was the last car produced by Alvis Cars. Having been announced at the Geneva Motor Show in March 1966, it remained in production until 1967. Externally, the car was identical to the TE21, but there were some changes to the suspension, and, inside, the instruments were better organised.
This Alvis TF21 is presented in Dark Green with Green leather interior. This example is one of the last and most powerful versions of the T 21 series. The engine has had an unleaded conversion and was rebuilt in 2002, the gearbox is the later five speed manual, and it also has power steering, not common on earlier versions. The car also benefits from a Webasto sunroof. The vendor states that the car is in very good general condition, with real presence and it performs briskly. The car comes with a considerable history file, original 'Manual of Instructions', factory build sheet and the original green logbook. It has just passed an MOT inspection to give the new owner peace of mind.
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