Alvis Car and Engineering Co. Ltd. was based in Coventry from 1919 until 1967.  The firm not only built passenger cars, but racing cars, aircraft engines and armoured cars as well.  Through the 1920’s and 30’s, Alvis cars gained a reputation for quality workmanship with car bodies being built by numerous specialist firms.  After WW II, the TA range of models was introduced with many cars having coachwork by Swiss company Carrosserie Herman Graber and also Park Ward.  In 1965 Rover took a controlling interest in Alvis and the last cars were built in 1967.

1926 Alvis 12/50 Sports Tourer. Model by K&R Replicas
1929 Alvis 12/50 "Ducksback". Model by K&R Replicas
1933 Alvis Speed 20 SA 4.3 litre Special. Model by Autocult
1938 Alvis 4.3 litre Drophead Convertible. Model by Altaya
1938 Alvis Charlesworth Saloon. Model by Matrix
1938 Alvis 4.3 litre dhc. Model by IXO
1949 Alvis TA 14 (raced at Le Mans). Model by BTS Mouldings
1952 Alvis TA 21 dhc Tickford. Model by Matrix
1953 Alvis TC 21 "100" (Grey Lady). Model by J & M Classics
1957 Alvis TC 108G (Graber). Model by Matrix
1958 Alvis TD 21 Saloon. Model by NEO
1964 Alvis TE 21 Saloon. Model by NEO
1965 Alvis TD 21 dhc. Model by NEO
1966 Alvis TF 21 Saloon. Model by NEO