Alvis 1935

Firebird (4 cyl., 1842 cc, 55 bhp; 9 ft 10 1/2 in.) (4 light saloon, 6 light saloon, drophead Coupé, sports tourer)
Silver Eagle SF (6 cyl., 2148 cc; wb: 9 ft 10 1/2 in.) (sports tourer, drophead Coupé, sports saloon) – end of prod.
Silver Eagle SG (6 cyl., 2362 cc, 66 bhp; wb: 9 ft 10 1/2 in.) (sports tourer, drophead Coupé, sports saloon) – new model
Crested Eagle TE (6 cyl., 2148 cc; wb: 10ft 3 in.)
Speed 20 SB (6 cyl., 2511 cc, 87 bhp; wb: 10 ft 3 in.) – end of prod.
Speed 20 SC/ SD (6 cyl., 2762 cc, 87 bhp; wb: 10 ft 4 in.) – new model
3½-Litre SA (6 cyl., 3571 cc, 102 bhp; wb: 10 ft 7 in.) – new model


Alvis

Firebird is a touring car developed from the Alvis Firefly. Powered by an 1842-cc (73 x 110 mm) OHV Four, rated at 13.22 HP, actual output being 61 bhp at 4300 rpm engine, it have an aluminium body on an ash wood frame. As with other Alvis cars, the Firebird is built as a rolling chassis then sent to the coachbuilders Cross and Ellis, to be finished to the customer's requirements, so all Alvis Firebirds are different. The Firebird has an all-synchromesh gearbox and the chassis is lubricated by grease nipples under the bonnet. The 9 ft 1 0^ in wheelbase chassis is available for special coachwork. at £410.
Six-cylinder models are the Silver Eagle Sixteen, Crested Eagle and Speed Twenty, priced at up to £850.


 


 


 

 


Firebird


Firebird

 

 


Speed Twenty


Speed Twenty


Speed Twenty


Speed 25 (wrong year)