--Green/Black, 2.8 liter, 4-speed, #15884. This 12/70 Special left the factory on May 15, 1940 as a Saloon. Approximately 15 years ago, this Alvis was restored and converted to its current special 2-seater sports body. The chassis was left untouched (unmodified and not shortened), the rear axle was converted to be able enjoy sustained cruising speeds when traveling from country to country and of course the German Autobahn where it has been a regular for the past years. The steering is original 12/70 and the brakes have been converted to hydraulic. The Engine is a Speed 20 2.7 liter that has been bored to 2.8 liter during its restoration. This 12/70 Special has been collector owned in Germany and used for several prewar races in Germany, hill climbs and various vintage tours in the past few years. It has accumulated approximately 6,000 km’s since it was restored and remains in excellent, serviced condition throughout. This 12/70 has complete history through the Alvis registrar and comes with documentation from the previous owner stating his purchase of this 12/70 over twenty years ago, subsequent restoration/conversion as well as a letter from the previous owner confirming his use a
left-hand-drive 1940 alvis 12 70 special green 4-speed restored 2015
203 West Hills Road, Huntington Station
Huntington station, 11746, New York
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