After over 25 years of ownership by its last owner this stunningly beautiful Speed 25 SC is on the market.
Restored by Hightone Restorations in the mid 1990s, with engine rebuild.
The car spent many years in Greece until the owner moved to Germany where the car was registered for every day use.
An interesting history, having left the Alvis works and bodied as a Charlesworth saloon, it sustained serious damage, possibly by enemy action, during the war. In the late 40s the car was taken back to "The Alvis", where it was rebodied with Vdp coachwork.
This Vdp body had been taken off a Speed 20 and was apparently, lying around the factory.
Driven to me from Hamburg.
When the next owner is found, the car will be registered with its original number, as seen in the photographs.
alvis speed 25 sc tourer vdp restored
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