Alvis 1933

Great Britain

Firefly 12 (4 cyl., 1496 cc, 50 bhp; wb: 9 ft 10 ½ in.) (4 light saloon, 6 light saloon, drophead Coupé, sports tourer) - new model introduced last year
12/50
(2 seat sports, drophead Coupé, saloon) – discountinued. 3616 were made.
16 Silver Eagle (2 seat sports, Coupé, drophead Coupé, saloon)
20 Silver Eagle
Speed 20 SA
(6 cyl., 2511 cc, 87 bhp; wb: 10 ft 3 in.) (sports tourer, drophead Coupé, sports saloon) – end of prod.
Speed 20 SB
(6 cyl., 2511 cc, 87 bhp; wb: 10 ft 3 in.) (sports tourer, drophead Coupé, sports saloon) – new model
Crested Eagle td (6 cyl., 2511 / 2762 cc; wb: 11 ft 0 in.) (4 light saloon, 6 light saloon, limousine) - new model
Crested Eagle TE (6 cyl., 2148 cc; wb: 10 ft 3 in.) (4 light saloon, 6 light saloon, limousine) - new model


Speed 20 tourer

 

The Speed 20 was first introduced in 1932 and with 90 mph from 2 ½ litres was a sensation at the time. The SB model introduced in September 1933, differ from the original SA design in having independent front suspension and all-synchromesh gearbox. The six-cylinder OHV engine develop 95 bhp at 4000 rpm.



Firefly – October advert.

Firefly Sports Tourer

Crested Eagle – June advert.

 

 



Races:

  Event: Entered: Raced: Finished: Best results:
France 17.06.1933 24h Le Mans       7 Gunter / Benjafield 2511cc dns

 

 

 

 

Rallies:
  Event: Entered: Raced: Finished: Best results:
21-25.01.1933 Rallye Monte Carlo 3 3 2 22 Runciman   31st
          73 Crisp   38th
 

No. 73 Jack V. Crisp drove his Alvis from John o'Groats and took 38th place in RMC.